Saturday, April 4, 2009

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Jammy said...

What is up with the integrated seat tube?

That's just... weird.

Ben's Cycle said...

Integrated seat tubes have been working their way into the professional road bike scene for awhile now; see the Scott Addict and many others, including a new Bianchi road competition that is going to offer integrated as well.
Most of those feature a seat clamp that offer 20mm of seat tube adjustment; although you may have noticed the Amaro does not.
Why is that?
Well, if you are a competent frame builder and have thoroughly measured your client (and your client will only be riding a saddle with a specific rail-to-top height for the life of the bike) you should easily be able to manage such a feat.

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