In the words of Alessandro Guerciotti:
"Khaybar frame is a top range frame. It has been for two years the frame used by the prof team Diguigiovanni Androni. It has been also used the year before the sponsorships with Gianni Savio's team by the Team LPR and tested in important races like Tour of Suisse (1 stage victory with Daniele Contrini - Milano San Remo - Paris Roubaix with Dmitry Konishev). This frame is intended for professional riders. This model is perfect for all the types of riders: from the grimpeur (like the Colombian and Venezuelan riders Jose Serpa, Jackson Rodriguez) and sprint riders like Danilo Hondo and Alberto Loddo. It is realized with the Wrapped carbon technology and made by Dedacciai Z108 carbon tubing."
This frame is supplied with 3K Weave Carbon Fork with Carbon steerer.
Please note the Team Diquigiovanni frames require an Italian BB all others are BSA
If you have any further questions, regarding any aspect of this Guerciotti frame don't hesitate to email us at:
Hi P-H - the chances are you'll be a 54(M). Click the sizing guide tab above for reasurance. Best bet would be to pay us a visitto sit on one to see but we may not have one built up your size. Try ringing Craig in the showroom on 01709 386663 to seewhat he's got. Failing that, if you think you may be on the borderline between two sizes, you'll need to consider if you're relatively evenly proportioned or if you may be relatively longer in the torso / arms than the legs (in which case you'll need to opt for the larger size to get the extra length in the top tube). If you have an existing bike you're comfortable with, so much the better. Take a measurement of your equivalent top tube length (NOT the length down any slope the top tube may have) then compare it to the stats in the link. That should give you a clearer indication which size to go for...especially if you're on the border-line between two sizes. You'll also be able to calculate the stem length you need on the Khaybar by taking a measurement of the one you're currently using and making a mathematical adjustment according to the difference in the equivalent top tube lengths.
Hi Guys - trying to work out the correct size. I'm 5'9" but I have relatively short legs - 29". Do you have any more details on the standover height please? Or any advice on which size would be best? I'm in Yorkshire and wondered if it would be possible to visit and check? Cheers
Hi Paul - he'd probably need a 52 or a Small at the moment but if he's still growing then a Medium might be a better bet. There are 'sizing guide' and 'Geometry' tabs above....click them for the dimension info you require. Your call really as to whether you buy one that fits him now ... or one that he's going to grow into.
Hi, My son is 166cm 13years and growing rapidly. Would a medium be ok? Is medium equivalent to 53cm frame and what are the dimensions of this frame?
Hi Johannes - a 58(XL) should do the job. Click the 'sizing guide' above for peace of mind ;-)
Hi! I'm interested in a Khaybar frame. I'm 191 cm tall and 92 cm inside leg length. Which size do you suggest? Best regards Johannes, Sweden
Hi Ewald, ideally we'd recommend a 53cm or a medium for your height. Unfortunately we don't do any sort of discount for multiple purchases as most of the time the frames are as cheap as we can possibly sell them anyway!
Hello, i`m interessing to guerciotti khaybar frame and i would like to know which frame size is right for me by 1,67 cm. Also i look for guerciotti simoni frame. Have you an offer for me? Yours faithfully Ewald