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Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc.
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Hey all, some friends and I have been working on 99 Spokes, a site that allows you to compare bikes from different manufacturers in a single location. It's more than just a comparison table -- we analyze the gearing ratio and draw the frame geometries on top of each other. You can even add your own custom geometry if we're missing a bike you'd like to compare.

It's just a hobby project that we're passionate about and use ourselves. Please check it out if you have a minute and we'd love to know what you think. No ads... 25,000 bikes and counting!

Here is a sample comparison of some popular triathlon bikes to get you started - https://99spokes.com/...zed-shiv-expert-2019




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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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This is really impressive! Wow! I was going to say that I thought it would be a good concept for mountain bikes, but mountain bikes are already a part of it.
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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I love this! Thanks for putting it together and sharing.

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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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Any idea when you might add in Felt DA1 geometry/specs/sizes?

Super impressive so far!
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [jeremyebrock] [ In reply to ]
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Unfortunately Felt lists geometry on their site in an image so there's not a great way for us to integrate it. We have some other ideas for the future...

Thanks for the feedback!
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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That's pretty cool, must be a pain to maintain all the data.
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [Rumpled] [ In reply to ]
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I was impressed as well. Ran through a number of bikes - it's fun to use too.

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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [Rumpled] [ In reply to ]
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Rumpled wrote:
That's pretty cool, must be a pain to maintain all the data.

Thanks! It's definitely a labor of love :)
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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This is awful, I will never do anything productive again.
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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Very impressive product! Clean, fast, clear interface!
KQ level in software engineering at least!

No Quintata Roo though. But I'm just complaining, I don't need to compare my beauty with anything.
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [ask77nl] [ In reply to ]
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ask77nl wrote:
No Quintata Roo though. But I'm just complaining, I don't need to compare my beauty with anything.

We'll get them added. Thanks for the feedback!
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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Very cool, would love to see the ne Canyon!
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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Very useful site.

(Minor feedback - the geometry for the 2019 carbon Synapse goes screwy in the larger sizes - fine up to 56cm, but then 58 and 60 the stack turns it into a clown bike.)
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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very nice.

there are E-tri bikes??

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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [ask77nl] [ In reply to ]
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ask77nl wrote:
No Quintata Roo though. But I'm just complaining, I don't need to compare my beauty with anything.

Quintanaroo has been added! https://99spokes.com/...amp;sort=msrp%3Adesc
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [Duncan74] [ In reply to ]
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Duncan74 wrote:
Very useful site.

(Minor feedback - the geometry for the 2019 carbon Synapse goes screwy in the larger sizes - fine up to 56cm, but then 58 and 60 the stack turns it into a clown bike.)

Thanks for the feedback Duncan74. Cannondale publishes their geometry data as images so we have to resort to some more error prone techniques for ingesting the data. It's something we'd like to improve in the future. I'll see about correcting that specific bike.
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [stephdoyon] [ In reply to ]
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stephdoyon wrote:
Very cool, would love to see the ne Canyon!

Which new Canyon are you referring to?
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Re: Side-by-Side Bike Comparison - Geometry, Specs, Gearing, etc. [sjalex] [ In reply to ]
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sjalex wrote:
Duncan74 wrote:
Very useful site.

(Minor feedback - the geometry for the 2019 carbon Synapse goes screwy in the larger sizes - fine up to 56cm, but then 58 and 60 the stack turns it into a clown bike.)


Thanks for the feedback Duncan74. Cannondale publishes their geometry data as images so we have to resort to some more error prone techniques for ingesting the data. It's something we'd like to improve in the future. I'll see about correcting that specific bike.

At a guess the OCR is mistaking 6x0mm for 8x0mm for those stacks. As prior to that it's getting the 580mm right.
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