OPEN NEW U.P. GEOMETRY

Geometry

Clearance for cross, road and mountain bike tires, a cross/road position and compatibility with cross/road & mountain bike drivetrains make the U.P. geometry the most complicated we’ve ever worked on. But we’re ecstatic about the result.

Keep in mind that the seattube is designed to be offset, so that your seatpost doesn't have to be. This saves a bit of weight. It also means that the toptube length appears a bit longer than the frame really is, yet another reason why toptube length is a bad measurement to rely on. Best to use stack and reach.


size rider height¹ standover² fork axle-crown fork offset heattube angle seattube angle seattube length toptube length headtube length BB drop stack reach front center rear center wheelbase
S 5’2" - 5’8" 743 395 50 69.5° 72.5° 520 528 105 70 522 365 592 420 1002
M 5’7" - 5’11" 767 395 50 71.0° 72.5° 540 549 130 70 551 376 598 420 1008
L 5’10" - 6’3" 791 395 50 72.5° 72.5° 560 570 155 70 580 387 604 420 1014
XL 6’2" - 6’7" 815 395 50 72.5° 72.5° 580 591 180 70 604 401 622 420 1032
¹ These suggested rider heights are approximations, there is no substitute for a complete fit analysis including several body dimensions or the measurements of the current set-up of your gravel/cross/road bike.
² Standover height is measured to the top of the toptube directly above the bottom bracket and depends slightly on the exact tire size used.

As you can see, the chainstays are quite short for a cross/gravel bike, despite the ability to fit the massive 54mm tires in. That's one of the benefits of the dropped drive-side chainstay.

If you have any questions about the geometry or need sizing advice, you can contact us.

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