These days it looks like the top climbers are doing 90-100rpms. There is very little downside to shorter cranks, so if you find yourself on the cusp between two sizes, always go for the shorter length.
All rights reserved. I've never had 165mm cranks and can't recall any impressions of possibly riding them on demo DH bikes. Join us on. Nothing planned and nothing to get nervous for. Originally Posted by Dantheman.
I'm 6'3" and no idea on inseam. Giro Trans E70 review. Shop All Resources. Tom Lovelady - verified customer Very beautiful. Great service and quick shipping.
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Never had a problem and questions about all products are answered quickly. All that matters is there is a slightly less chance of a pedal-strike-to-over-the-bars on my 165 bike, the other with the 170 is my XC bike and I don't mash the downhills as much. Dividing your inseam by your height is a good indicator and shows considerable variability from person to person.
Another thing to consider is that you're supposed to raise your seat by as much as the crank is shorter, and you then may need to change your bar and seat position. Our Price: If there does not appear a WW discount position when you check out you do not have enough postings!
Contact Us. Returns Returns are handled via eBay Returns, to return an item within 14 days or purchase, please visit https: Was this rating helpful to you? Terms Outside of our normal 14 day returns period all items carry a "Return to Base" warranty. Paula did not change the cranks straight away, but immediately saw the benefit of the higher saddle with much improved knees. I am tall and have 170 on one bike, and 165 on another.