|Height||5'3" - 5'6"||5'6" - 5'10"||5'10" - 6'1"||6'1" - 6'4"|
|A | Effective Top Tube Length||531||547||560||575|
|B | Seat Tube Length C-T||440||473||500||525|
|C | Standover Height||702||732||758||785|
|D | Stack||574||590||611||642|
|E | Reach||366||373||379||385|
|F | Head Tube Angle||71||71.9||72.1||72.5|
|G | Seat Tube Angle||74||73.5||73.5||73.5|
|H | Fork Offset||50||50||50||50|
|I | BB Drop||85||85||85||85|
|J | Wheelbase||1004||1007||1013||1029|
|K | Chainstay||425||425||425||425|
|L | Head Tube Length||130||143||163||195|
Overall I’m happy with the build quality for the price. Unfortunately the brakes are unbearably squeaky and the rear tire clearance is so small compared to most other adventure / gravel frames, upgrading tire size is not that possible.
Hello from Ukraine! Aventon Kijote is my first dropbar bike, it looks amazing and feels good for me. It was easy to assemble but front shifter adjustment is a little bit complicated and I still not sure that I did it well because 4th gear sounds weird on both small and big front gears. Maybe you can give me an advice? P.S. I saw a video review of this bike where a guy told that the bar can't be properly fixed in the stock stem but it's not true, mine is fixed well.
I bought the Kijote as my first gravel bike, and it really got me interested in gravel biking. Out of the box, there was little assembly needed. It did require some adjusting of the brakes and derailleurs, after that it shifted great.
After a few weeks riding it so far I really dig it. Coming from fixed it's so nice to have gears again. It's a bit heavy but it feels rock solid so I don't mind the extra weight. Coming from the Mataro this is a much more comfortable, stable ride. I love my Mataro for speed and flickability, but the Kijote just feels like it can run over everything. I'm enjoying my purchase very much. The brakes are squeaky so I might just buy some better pads.
Still putting money into this bike for it to work properly