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Sette Xion Alloy Road Frame

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Sette Xion Alloy Road Frame

The Sette Xion frame will place you across the line with confidence due to its race proven geometry and extremely responsive and nimble handling. It is built to be torsionally stiff and allow for maximum power transfer so you won't be at the back of the pack when sprint time comes around.

Material 6061 Aluminum
Headset 1-1/8" Integrated (IS Standard) not included
Front Derailleur 31.8mm Clamp
Bottom Bracket 68mm/ English
Max Rear Tire Clearance 700x25
Seatpost Size 27.2mm
Seat Clamp Size 31.8mm Clamp
Available Sizes X-Small (52cm), Small (54cm), Medium (56cm), Large (58cm), Extra Large (60cm)
Color(s) White
Weight 3.8 Lbs (1740grams X-Small)
Warranty 5 Years

Oversize/overweight charge applies to this item

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Geometry
A
Size X-Small (52cm) Small (54cm) Medium (56cm) Large (58cm) X-Large (60cm)
B
Effective Top Tube Length 52.5cm 53.8cm 56cm 57.6cm 59.2cm
C
Actual Top Tube Length 51.6cm 53.1cm 55.8cm 56.8cm 58.5cm
D
Stand Over Height 74cm/29.13" 75.5cm/29.71" 77.5cm/30.5" 79.5cm/31.3" 81.5cm/32.09"
E
Head Tube Length 110mm 120mm 120mm 155mm 170mm
F
Head Tube Angle 73 degrees 73 degrees 72.5 degrees 73.1 degrees 73.3 degrees
G
Seat Tube Angle 74 degrees 73.5 degrees 75 degrees 72.5 degrees 72.5 degrees
H
Wheel Base 95.9cm 96.8cm 99.2cm 99.6cm 101.2cm
I
Chainstay Length 40.8cm 40.8cm 40.8cm 40.8cm 40.8cm
Bottom Bracket Height 27cm/10.63" 27cm/10.63" 27cm/10.63" 27cm/10.63" 27cm/10.63"
Bottom Bracket Width 68mm 68mm 68mm 68mm 68mm
Bottom Bracket Thread English English English English English
Seat Post Diameter 27.2mm 27.2mm 27.2mm 27.2mm 27.2mm
Seat Clamp Diameter 31.8mm 31.8mm 31.8mm 31.8mm 31.8mm
Front Derailleur Clamp Diameter 31.8mm 31.8mm 31.8mm 31.8mm 31.8mm
Maximum Tire Width 25mm 25mm 25mm 25mm 25mm
Bike Fit
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Nice frame poor customer support - Apr 16, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
Anonymous
Miramar, FL

I considered myself a novice bike builder, I am at my second bike build, first with the SETTE REKEN for my MTB use (which turns heads and positive compliments flow in) this is my first ROAD bike build and well honestly most of the process is the same when picking components. Sadly for this one the HEADSET is special, a regular IS 1 1/8 will not fit it. The head tube measures about a 31.6 MM which a regular RITCHEY 31.8 will not fit unless you in accordance with a local bike shop told me that he couldn't even find any bearings that would fit. Thinking that they would do the racing for me even though the bearings are 2 mm bigger. Contacted Sette to see what they recommend so far nothing except an automatic reply email. Thanks for the lack of support. If anybody know the headset / fork combo please let me know, as that is another issue.

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Great Ride - Aug 29, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
Andrew M.
Anoka, MN

Geometry-proper, with nice short head tube and even seat and top tube lengths Ride-not too bad. Stiff and due to the slender seat stays it doesn't beat you up. Weight-well its an 89 buck frame, so you cant hope for too much. Overall 5 *****. It has similar geo to c-dale and other nice brands so for a training/winter bike its great for keeping your proper position and not feeling bad about trashing is on gravel or with the elements.... and it fits 28c tires!

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Sette Frame - May 15, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
Mara B.
Bend, OR

Built this bike up for my girlfriend and was very impressed with the build quality of the frame. Everything fit together so smoothly and it look very nice. Shes given me a lot of good feedback regarding the frame. Had held up thru a few 100 mile rides.

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Sette Frame - May 15, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
Mara B.
Bend, OR

Built this bike up for my girlfriend and was very impressed with the build quality of the frame. Everything fit together so smoothly and it look very nice. Shes given me a lot of good feedback regarding the frame. Had held up thru a few 100 mile rides.

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Terrific Value - Apr 20, 2013

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4 out of 5 stars
JAMES W.
LAWRENCE, MA

This is a very basic but solid frame that can make a good road bike or a commuter bike that can take a beating. The 6061 aluminum tubing is very strong and stiff, solid welds, and you only need a standard IS type headset to install your fork. OK, the 52 CM weighed in at 3 LBS, 12 OZ, not svelte but remember, a $5000 carbon frame weighs about 1 3/4 pounds less at the most so dropping significant weight off this frame also means big $$$$. The ride is stiff but not overly jarring and the geometry is a modern sloped top tube design that provides lower standover and the top tube is in the unisex range of not too short or long, about the same as the seat tube. Thus, pick your seat tube length and it will fit most people. My 52 CM has a standover of 29 3/8" with 700x23 tires. I think this is as good a value in a frame as you can find

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Excellent Value - Apr 16, 2013

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3 out of 5 stars
JAMES W.
LAWRENCE, MA

This is an early review as I have not finished building the bike and ridden it. The 52 cm weighed in at 3 LB, 12 OZ, so it isn't the most svelt frame. To put things in perspective, however, a $3000-$5000 carbon frame will get you 1 little over a pound and 1/2 lighter. Put an all carbon fork on it (which can be found for $100 or less) and you are less than a pound heavier than what most $3000 carbon fiber bikes weigh. This frame has your typical unfinished TIG welded joints which is fine. The tubes have some nice shaping to them to improve stiffness and I am very confident that this bike is a great climber. I imagine that this isn't the softest riding bike around but it is very solid and will take any abuse you want to throw at it. The paint is good and I like the geometry of this design, allowing for decent stand over for each seat tube size. This frame is a superlative value, no idea how you can beat it if you want a basic road frame.

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