The sale cranks are model year 2013.
The Dean RS has a 1 1/8" straight steerer tube.
The rear RT8 brake would mount without issue, the problem would be the clearance on the front brake on the backside of the fork. That clearance issue the the reason Ridley stock calipers withe the RS frame.
The top of the frame is not right at the top of the pack, so unless you have it really hiked up on your back I don't see there being an issue with a helmet.
This is for use on I9s older style classic, XC, and Enduro hubs and only changes the axle from the stock 10x135 standard to the newer 12x142 axle standard. The classic, XC, and Enduro hubs were stocked with sealed bearings, and this axle will not work with other manufacturers hubs using a cone and ball interface.
This is not needed for the new Torch hubs. The Torch hubs simply require different end caps the change form 10x135 and 12x142 axle standards.
I would consider this a "short" water bottle. Taller bottles are typically 24-26 oz.
A number of people have been successful in running 11 spd cassettes with other manufacturer groupos. SRAM and Shimano will say optimal performance will be with matching parts, but they will work with each other.
These wheels already have the Easton bearing spacer update installed by Easton.
Ridley doesn't list standovern height on the below geo chart, but CX geometry does have a taller standover due to high BB height and steaper ST angles. Based on the reach measures, the Small has a short reach of 373mm compared to 378 on the XS, but the stack height is lower on the XS at 527. Both would be on the big size for a 5'2" rider, but the XS would have the lower standover.
The X Bow uses a English threaded BB.
This kit will work with all road shift systems including Shimano, SRAM, and Campy.
We're not able to make upgrade/changes to factory complete bikes.
The sz 50 most likely uses a 172.5 crank, 110 stem and 42 center to center bars. Unfortunately as this is offered as a complete bike from Fuji, swaps are not available. The bike can be built with an additional stem/bar, but you'll still receive the factory stock items as well. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org if I can help with anything else.
Item CPG0155 is the Campy Ultra-Torque BB30 Adapter
Mavic does not post a rider weight limit for the SLRs. They are intended to be used as a lightweight, XC oriented/race wheelset. We've had guys in the office weighing just under 200lbs ride these w/o issues. Please e-mail me at email@example.com if I can help with anything else.
The 48 size bike uses 172.5mm crank arms. 42cm handlebars and a 110mm stem.
This is the SB66 frame. The Comp frame is the same frame, but with the non Kashima coated EVO rear shock. Neither frame includes a chain guard. Yeti uses a separate removable ISCG mount that slides onto the BB shell, item YTI0130.
I used the Crosspoint Wind Gloves for the last few months here in Salt Lake City. My hand measures 7" from base of my palm to the tip of my middle finger. I went with a medium, and it fits well. I still have the dexterity to shift without issue, and have extra room for a liner glove on really cold days. Temperature wise, I've ridden these on cold windy days with the air temp probably close to freezing. My hands weren't numb or uncomfortably cold, but I could feel a chill. I'd say I'm more temperature sensitive than most, especially regarding my hands. With liner gloves I've XC skied with these in the teens and 20's.
Jagwire's site say the kit come with 1700mm of housing