|Height||5'0" - 5'4"||5'4" - 5'8"||5'8" - 5'11"||5'11" - 6'2"||6'2"+|
|A | Top Tube Length||517||530||552||577||599|
|B | Seat Tube Length C-T||490||520||550||580||610|
|C | Standover Height||749||775||792||831||855|
|D | Stack||491||509||524||564||585|
|E | Reach||387||392||410||425||442|
|F | Head Tube Angle||72||73||73.5||74||74.5|
|G | Seat Tube Angle||75||75||75||75||75|
|H | Fork Offset||35||35||35||35||35|
|I | BB Drop||55||55||55||55||55|
|J | Wheelbase||962||964||982||1004||1022|
Everything was pretty good, only problem was that the crank was slightly wobbly and the chain made a lot of noise when turned... took it to my local bike shop and they couldn't fix it without replacing parts... it still works and is rideable, but its slightly a downer to have a brand new bike come with problems like this.
Really good bike for price.picture was from last month when I still wasn’t too sure about riding brakeless.
Little backstory, ive owned a fully specd out Fuji Track pro, a Specialized Allez Expert with full Ultegra and have rich tastes in three components: Bottom Brackets, Saddles and Tires.
Now with the Cordoba, its a great bike. Its surprisingly light, nimble, quick and a lot of fun. Ill say now, its pedals, bottom bracket, saddle and tires need to be changed ASAP when you get it.
These arent pricey upgrades and can be done over time. Maybe im used to Specialized carbon Power Saddles and Fizik carbon saddles but my butt wasnt a fan of the stock saddle after 10 miles. Swapped it with a Specialized saddle i had laying around, not a pricey one at all and it made the ride so much better.
Seat post was also not bad at all, the adjustments were all easy to make and its well enough designed to make it probably one of the last parts i replace.
The bearings in the pedals are awful, the pedals are throw aways obviously. The bottom bracket isnt terrible, just creaky and i think for a cheap upgrade it can go a very long way. I had to do it on my Specialized so its not uncommon, but Its something you will notice instantly so definitely just do it.
The tires arent terrible and can handle some tight turns but i dont trust them in rain. Tire tread can be reversed if you choose to ride free wheel so i recommend finding how you like to ride and either swap the tires to the right tread direction or replace them. Again an upgrade worth making. I also may miss my S-Works turbos which were phenomenal wheels, but the Kendas just dont feel as grippy so im taking less risks for now.
The gearing is good enough, i used to ride compact 50 tooth 11 speed on my Allez and my fuji had a 52x16 so i like big-ish gears but not too big. I find with stock gearing i spin out after sprinting but with my usual cadence or casual riding it holds up well enough and has enough to give with quick accelerations when needed. Again not bad at all, crank arms are also decent for this price range,...
Overall great bike, pleasantly surprised by the quality. been riding it for two weeks non stop and its holding up great!
It is a lot more stiff than my previous bike. However, it feels a lot faster! I am loving the process of learning how to use fixed gear pedals. It is definitely something to get comfortable with it.