here: http://service.foxracingshox.com/consumers/index.htmmorkys said:... hey, where'd you get that handy dandy document
Exactly. Some guys are pretty good with the specs. Alex at Brodie told me exactly how they derive there specs, even giving the stack heights for the headset's and giving me specific insight into the models I'm looking at. The Rocky Mountain are a safe bet that they are fairly steep because they quote 71 almost across the board, and show some differences too.rockyuphill said:The other thing to keep in mind is that most bike manufacturers are quoting whole numbers for geometry, and sometimes to 0.5 degree accuracy, but for production bikes they're still quoting a rounded number as everything affects that dimension like running different size tires front and back, the variables in negative travel on the fork, fork brand A2C, fork A2C tolerance (+/- 5.0 mm on most brands), whether the marketing department is paying attention to the design/fabrication department, etc..
There's no substitute for a test ride to know if the bike's geometry feels right.
those are the 08 SID specs...just look for the fork specsmorkys said:Cool. Which Rock Shox is that a pic of? Where'd you get that? In the Rock Shox chart I can't even find a fork with 473 mm for 100 mm travel and 453 mm for 80 mm travel. The Reba is the closest with 473 for 100 and 458 for 85.