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Bianchi Infinito 57cm
172.5 mm crank arms
12cm stem
44 cm c-c handlebars (3T Ergosum)

I'm 184cm (6'), with relatively long legs.
 

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"relatively" is a relative term. If I had to guess (without doing a fit, knowing your inseam, seeing you on the bike, etc.), I'd say "No" - it's too small. I'm 6'1" and ride a 61. I have "relatively" long legs - 36.5" inseam.

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from looking at the position of the saddle i'd say no. It gives nowhere to adjust except to get a seatpost with more setback like an easton. are you comfortable?
 

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My guess is it may be a bit small unless you're a T-Rex clone.
 

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Thanks.

I've still got 2cm of rail in front of the clamp, cmg.

My old Bianchi was a 61cm, but that was old school with horisontal top tube, OldZazkar, and the front-center was only 5mm longer.

I think It's a bit small myself, Coolhand. Not uncomfortably, but aestetically. Only "trouble" is that the 59 has 20mm more head tube. I'd need a -17 degree stem.

It's my front yard, HIMEHEEM.
 
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