- show me your Prince Alberts
“Oh yeah I’m 5’9′ which size?”
I’m 5’8″. Mike @ Dialled Bikes suggested a small (15.5″) for a do-it-all bike, and the medium (17″) for XC-orientated, wheels-on-ground stuff. Of course, said helpful chap can be contacted by e-mail, and I’d suggest you do the same to clarify.
FWIW I went for a small: wanted something chuckable 🙂Posted 9 years agomrh86Subscriber
Was just about to make a related post but may as well ask the question here.Posted 9 years ago
Is anyone running 140mm forks on their prince alberts? How does it handle with these? Mike at dialled bikes said the PA would take them no problem but I’m sure I’ve read somewhere on here that people have said it doesnt handle that well with them.
Prince Albert I (lost, and then found in a Southmead lockup, minus everything apart from the seatpost)
…and the current PA II
Handles well with 140mm forks (I only have one 5mm spacer under the stem), weighs in at 28lbs with XT, Hoops and dual air Revs. Like it alot, so will you!Posted 9 years agostevehSubscriber
I’ve not got any pics but mines probably at the heavier/bigger end of things.
Juicy 7’s, thomson bits, FUNN 710 bars, fox 36 vans, hope wheels etc. Rides fantastically set up like this, I’ve had revs and old vanillas on it before and much prefer this setup. I do like my bikes to have slack head angles though.Posted 9 years ago
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