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|Cycling Frame Size Chart (CM)|
A:LightInTheBox has provided a size chart to help determine what size bicycle you should purchase (see the tab)
|Frame Type||Size||Fit Height||Frame Type||Size||Fit Height|
|Road Bike||44 cm||152 cm - 160 cm||MTB||15"/16"||150 cm-165 cm|
|Road Bike||47 cm||158 cm - 165 cm||MTB||17"/18"||165 cm-175 cm|
|Road Bike||50 cm||163 cm - 170 cm||MTB||19"/20"||175 cm-185 cm|
|Road Bike||53 cm||168 cm - 175 cm||MTB||21"/22"||185 cm-195 cm|
|Road Bike||55 cm||178 cm - 188 cm||/||/||/|
|Road Bike||58 cm||185 cm - 196 cm||/||/||/|
A:Weight is the primary selling point for carbon frames over other materials. Carbon frames can be feather-light (as little as 1 kg) without sacrificing stiffness or strength.High quality carbon can be molded to be strongest where it counts and it can dampen road vibrations, leading to a smoother and more comfortable ride.
A:Carbon fiber is a composite material and is increasingly popular for bicycle frames. Although expensive, it is light-weight, corrosion-resistant and strong, and can be formed into almost any shape desired. The frame can be fine-tuned for specific strength where it is needed (to withstand pedaling force), while allowing flexibility in other frame sections (for comfort). The ability to design an individual composite tube with properties that vary by orientation cannot be accomplished with any metal frame construction available.
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