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just a quick question.  I have been searching for a Cerverlo P3 - frame size 44 but the smallest I can find is a 48. Can anyone tell me if the P3 is available in a 44?<?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 

 

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75 Degree Seattube Angle (rear facing seatpost position)
SizeWheel SizeHead Tube AngleBB DropTop TubeHead Tube LengthFront CenterRear CenterStand Over HeightStackReach
48650c72?43514110568368716461389
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Seems like the answer is no, even at a 48 you would be on a bike with 650c wheels, a 44 would have to be like over-sized tricycle wheels or something...Confused

 

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44????????Ermm

This is the only brand you'll find that makes a 44

Plus it comes standard with disc wheels Big%20smile

 

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Cry

 

why not the 48??? You're not that short, are you? You didn't look that short last year at the awards.
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Try another brand, maybe Produx can custom make you something with a Cervelo paint job?

 

Some top end frame builders makes also do custom sizes on request (maybe Orbea, Colnago, Eddy Merckx)

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I am that short!!  My boots help me to hide it a little.  It must be a 44 because I've tried the 46 in other brands and its not working for me

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Bianchi also make a teenie bike... (they do say in their marketing that its for kids but heyBig%20smile)

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Bianchi has several models, Alfana, Eros Donna (made for shorter women), Forza, Giro, San Mateo, etc. etc. all have a 44cm size.

 

The smallest custom bike I found was a Serotta MeiVicci, at 45cm C-C.

 

It's an all carbon custom job and it's pricey!
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madelein,

 

How tall are you? and what "problems"are you having? perhaps the issues canbe resolved via means other than buying a new bike.
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Eish, I dont know how many bike shops stock 650c wheels & tyres, but I cant see a size 44 frame with nowmal wheels.

Christie2007-03-14 14:00:10
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