29er 150mm frames?

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Posted: Nov 8, 2019 at 11:26 Quote
MaximumOfBass wrote:
R-M-R wrote:
Here are your options. All of them.

Note: The reach values are calculated at a constant stack, so they're more useful than the numbers you'll see on manufacturerers' geometry charts.

[Dang it, the formatting doesn't display. Shame about the mess this has become.]

You made this list yourself?

I maintain what I'm pretty sure is the world's largest database and analytics library of mountain bike geometry and kinematics data. It's part of my job as a bike designer and product manager.

Previously worked in other industries and have experience in big data / analytics and I wanted to bring some of that into my current work.

Posted: Jan 28, 2020 at 11:06 Quote
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Posted: Jan 28, 2020 at 17:29 Quote
Thanks mate, this is really interesting!
I have a Marin Alpine Trail and the quoted reach on a large is relatively short however I always felt it was bigger or more precisely I always felt I had more room on the bike then the quoted 465mm reach.
Still relatively short compared to new school geometry but this makes more sense to me.

Cheers


R-M-R wrote:
Here are your options. All of them.

Note: The reach values are calculated at a constant stack, so they're more useful than the numbers you'll see on manufacturerers' geometry charts.

[Dang it, the formatting doesn't display. Shame about the mess this has become.]


Make Model - Size Rear Frnt HT° Reach (normalized)

Alutech Tofane 2.0 - L 150 160 64.0 480
Alutech Tofane 2.0 - XL 150 160 64.0 514
ARC8 Extra - L 160 170 64.0 493
Banshee Titan - L 155 170 64.8 485
Banshee Titan - XL 155 170 64.8 514
Bold Unplugged V1 - L 163 170 64.6 511
Calibre Sentry - L 150 160 64.0 494
Calibre Sentry - XL 150 160 64.0 515
Cannondale Jekyll 29 - XL 150 150 65.0 495
Cavalerie Blackbird - XL 160 160 65.0 492
Cotic RocketMAX - M 150 160 63.5 475
Cotic RocketMAX - L 150 160 63.5 503
Cotic RocketMAX - XL 150 160 63.5 532
Cube Stereo 170 29 - 20 170 170 64.4 473
Cube Stereo 170 29 - 22 170 170 64.4 502
Dartmoor Blackbird 29 - L 160 160 65.0 490
Dartmoor Blackbird 29 - XL 160 160 65.0 515
Fezzari La Sal Peak - L 150 160 65.0 476
Fezzari La Sal Peak - XL 150 160 65.0 507
GT Force 29 - L 150 170 64.8 476
GT Force 29 - XL 150 170 64.8 503
Kavenz VHP 16 - 160 170 64.0 471
Kavenz VHP 16 - 160 170 64.0 491
Kavenz VHP 16 - 160 170 64.0 511
Kavenz VHP 16 - 160 170 64.0 531
Kavenz VHP 16 - 160 170 64.0 551
Lapierre Spicy 29 - L 160 160 65.0 476
Lapierre Spicy 29 - XL 160 160 65.0 507
Marin Alpine Trail - L 150 160 65.0 474
Marin Alpine Trail - XL 150 160 65.0 504
Nicolai G1 29 - S 162 160 62.5 471
Nicolai G1 29 - M 162 160 62.5 501
Nicolai G1 29 - L 162 160 62.5 525
Nicolai G1 29 - XL 162 160 62.5 550
Nicolai G1 29 - XXL 162 160 62.5 574
Norco Sight 29" - L 150 160 64.0 489
Norco Sight 29" - XL 150 160 64.0 523
NS Define 150 - L 155 160 64.5 502
Nukeproof Mega 290 - L 160 170 64.5 478
Nukeproof Mega 290 - XL 160 170 64.5 527
Omen Boar - L/XL 167 170 64.5 509
Orbea Rallon - XL 150 160 65.0 496
Pivot Firebird 29 - L 162 170 65.0 479
Pivot Firebird 29 - XL 162 170 65.0 504
Pole Evolink 158 - M 158 175 64.0 499
Pole Evolink 158 - L 158 175 64.0 529
Pole Evolink 158 - XL 158 175 64.0 554
Pole Machine 160 - S 160 175 63.9 473
Pole Machine 160 - M 160 175 63.9 503
Pole Machine 160 - L 160 175 63.9 533
Pole Machine 160 - XL 160 175 63.9 558
Privateer 161 - M 161 170 64.0 480
Privateer 161 - L 161 170 64.0 505
Privateer 161 - XL 161 170 64.0 534
Raaw Madonna v1 - L 160 160 65.0 487
Raaw Madonna v1 - XL 160 160 65.0 516
Raaw Madonna v1.1 - XL 160 160 65.0 516
Reeb Sqweeb LT - L 150 160 65.0 490
Reeb Sqweeb LT - XL 150 160 65.0 522
Rocky Mountain Slayer 29 - L 170 170 64.3 483
Rocky Mountain Slayer 29 - XL 170 170 64.3 514
Santa Cruz Megatower - L 160 160 64.9 475
Santa Cruz Megatower - XL 160 160 64.9 503
Santa Cruz Megatower - XXL 160 160 64.9 539
Scott Ransom - L 170 170 64.8 475
Scott Ransom - XL 170 170 64.8 514
Specialized Enduro 29 - L 170 170 63.9 495
Specialized Enduro 29 - XL 170 170 63.9 523
Tantrum Shinning - L 160 170 61.7 484
Tantrum Shinning - XL 160 170 61.7 521
Whyte G-170 29 - L 170 160 64.3 483
Yeti SB150 - L 150 170 64.5 486
Yeti SB150 - XL 150 170 64.5 516
Yeti SB150 - L 150 170 64.5 486
Yeti SB150 - XL 150 170 64.5 516
Zerode Katipo - L 160 160 64.0 473
Zerode Katipo - XL 160 160 64.0 507

Posted: Jan 28, 2020 at 17:46 Quote
Keys33 wrote:
Thanks mate, this is really interesting!
I have a Marin Alpine Trail and the quoted reach on a large is relatively short however I always felt it was bigger or more precisely I always felt I had more room on the bike then the quoted 465mm reach.
Still relatively short compared to new school geometry but this makes more sense to me.

Cheers

Salute

Posted: Jan 28, 2020 at 23:59 Quote
Maybe it's not worth looking for among other brands, since you can build a frame with geometry perfect for yourself. Such custom items only at OMENRACING.com
My new model OMEN BOAR 29 167mm more info www.omenracing.com

Posted: Jan 29, 2020 at 2:38 Quote
OMENRACING.com

Nice pics, however there didn't seem to be a translate option
on the website from Polish to English.

Posted: Feb 1, 2020 at 5:37 Quote
muddytreker wrote:
OMENRACING.com

Nice pics, however there didn't seem to be a translate option
on the website from Polish to English.

I have yet to find the easy button but this URL uses google translate on the German MTB-News.de site. Figure out how to use it on that other site...

https://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=de&ie=UTF8&nv=1&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.de&sl=de&sp=nmt4&tl=en&u=https://www.mtb-news.de/&xid=17259,1500004,15700022,15700186,15700191,15700256,15700259,15700262,15700265,15700271,15700283&usg=ALkJrhjfE9cxrXsOfBaQ-H-ymY6oRuVRfQ

Posted: Feb 6, 2020 at 12:47 Quote
Don’t forget the Evil wreckoning and the offering!

Posted: Feb 6, 2020 at 12:53 Quote
BigE-Rosen wrote:
Don’t forget the Evil wreckoning and the offering!

Neither of those meet his specified criteria. The Wreckoning could with a longer fork, but that would make the already too-slack seat-tube angle even slacker.

Posted: Feb 7, 2020 at 10:36 Quote
R-M-R wrote:
MaximumOfBass wrote:
R-M-R wrote:
Here are your options. All of them.

Note: The reach values are calculated at a constant stack, so they're more useful than the numbers you'll see on manufacturerers' geometry charts.

[Dang it, the formatting doesn't display. Shame about the mess this has become.]

You made this list yourself?

I maintain what I'm pretty sure is the world's largest database and analytics library of mountain bike geometry and kinematics data. It's part of my job as a bike designer and product manager.

Previously worked in other industries and have experience in big data / analytics and I wanted to bring some of that into my current work.


I could tell you had more information than most. Good on you.

Posted: Feb 7, 2020 at 18:33 Quote
Explodo wrote:
I could tell you had more information than most. Good on you.

You mean not everyone has created a database of fit, handling, and kinematic properties with about 100,000 data points? Wink

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