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The Beginners Guide to Road Bike Geometry April 22, 2019
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4 comments / Posted on by Rita MüllerWhen you read bike reviews you’ll see phrases such as “racy geometry” or “endurance geometry,” and you get the idea that geometry changes how your bike feels. The problem is when you look at a manufacturers geometry chart it just looks like a lot of lines, numbers, and letters thrown at a page. We’re going to change that for you by breaking down bike geometry.