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Yeah, I have had people say I look big on the 54CM. I was fitted for it and he said it fit nicely, I bought it used so it was what I had to work with. I have put about 2000 miles on it and it is very comfortable, including a century or two and one back to back. However I am a normal looking 5'10". I stood over my cannonade and there is about an inch maybe before it is crammed into my crotch, maybe 1 1/2".
OTOH, I have a hard time imagining carrying slip joint pilers on tour.
I ride a 54CM comfortably and was fitted to that size bike, a Cannondale Super Six.
My question is, I am 5'10" 215lbs.
I have two ti touring bikes - complete and ready to tour both weigh at least 3kg less than their equivalent in steel, and both are a pleasure to ride vs the lifeless steel-framed slugs they replace.
Considering this is a post about shoes your assumption would be correct. I bought X-Road Fuel II but that's irrelevant. Was asking about the brand in general.
I found some 2014 Pearl Izumi's at REI's warehouse in Seattle for $48 ($110 retail) because they were "last years model."
I'm quite happy with 5 10s and pinned pedals. With that combination there's no need for cages for keeping a comfortable and efficient cadence between 98-102.
in E. Europe ,it was the crazy drivers that terrified me.
Most of the journals I've seen posted seem to go west.
Are there reasons that it shouldn't be ridden from West to East?