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jorgenbli said:
Here are some pictures of my AZ-7 with different setups regarding wheelsets and forks. As you can see on the last pictures I have removed most of the decals as they doesn't look very good IMO.
what frame size is that?
 

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Here's mine in social ride mode....



in race configuration with the carbon rigid and stan's olympic wheelset it weighs 16lb even.

the 16.5" frame actual weight is 1324g. i'm actually selling mine next week.
 

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You are right, size is 16,5". Seatpost is in position one, meaning it is still 10mm left of the seatpost.

I'm 174 tall. If there were one mid size available of the frame I would have bought it instead to be able to use a shorter seat post. (In the terrain it is IMO good to have a low frame) However the frame length fits me very well with 100mm stem.
 

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jorgenbli said:
You are right, size is 16,5". Seatpost is in position one, meaning it is still 10mm left of the seatpost.

I'm 174 tall. If there were one mid size available of the frame I would have bought it instead to be able to use a shorter seat post. (In the terrain it is IMO good to have a low frame) However the frame length fits me very well with 100mm stem.
i just wanted to see one built up. sette from pricepoint is coming out with another verson of the azonic with a few changes. the guy told me all the geometry and sizing are the same as the azonic. here is a link to the frame

http://www.setteusa.com/edge_frame.htm
 

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I'm also 5'10" and rode an 18" AZ-7 for the past 2 years. The top tube on these frames is already on the short side and that's the measurement you should be concerned with the most. My girlfriend has the 16.5 and it feels way too small for me.
 
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