I agree. It does not appear that these frames are intended for drop bars.
I'd need a 53cm frame and the ETT is 57.5.
On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 8:00:37 AM UTC-4, Elisabeth Sherwood wrote:
> Oh, boy -- I'm so disappointed! I was looking forward to seeing the
> geometry on the 47cm frame size, hoping that it would be the same (or
> close!) as the current design and/or the Homer Hilson.
> No luck -- the chart says the ETT is 54cm. Way too long for someone 5'2"
> (at least, for a woman with a relatively standard woman's proportion
> between legs/torso/arms) and hoping to use drop bars. Even with the slack
> seat-tube angle, it just seems way too long.
> Maybe they'll build one up with drop bars to try out one day in Walnut
> Creek someday.
> Elisabeth Sherwood
> Washington, DC
> On Friday, April 6, 2018 at 3:53:02 PM UTC-4, dougP wrote:
>> I have an Atlantis that I dearly love and I still find this to be
>> exciting. Also, good to see the 47 cm is back. My wife absolutely loves
>> hers but could not ride anything larger, and there are many people in her
>> size range.
>> On Friday, April 6, 2018 at 12:34:00 PM UTC-7, Chris Birkenmaier wrote:
>>> If I didn't already have a Joe A that I dearly love, I would be very
>>> On Friday, April 6, 2018 at 3:24:37 PM UTC-4, Bill Lindsay wrote:
>>>> Now you can put your money down on a new Atlantis:
>>>> Happy shopping!
>>>> Bill Lindsay
>>>> El Cerrito, CA
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