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sixthreezero Explore your Range Women's Commuter Hybrid Bike Fitting


Hey, guys. Dustin here, CEO of Sixthreezero. Welcome to the Body Fit video for the Explore Your Range. Today, we are going to custom fit the Explore Your Range to women's heights five feet through six feet. We're going to make custom adjustments with the seat and the stem, so the bike will perfectly fit their body. We want to give you an idea of how this bike will fit your body, so we're hoping you can match your height up to one of the heights of our models. So, we're going to start at five feet. Here we go.


Before we jump into showing you how we adjust our riders, I wanted to explain how we measure for arm length and inseam. So, let me show you how we do this. So, Cindy, if you could put your arm up and put it nice and straight. So, basically, from the top of the shoulder, we put the tape measure there, and we measure to where the wrist basically connects to your hand, like the end of the wrist. We're going to pop up an image right after this too, which will kind of show you. So, in this case, we're going to put it on top of her shoulder, measure to the wrist. It's 21 inches.


Now, for the inseam, you're going to stick the tape measure right inside your leg to the highest point of where your leg attaches to your body or your hip more or less or in your ... to your body. So, if you want to stick the tape measure in there, and then you measure down to the ankle, so she's going to hold that. I'm going to bring it down basically right to where your ankle pops out, and that's 28 inches. So, obviously, it's not an exact science when you're measuring yourself but being generally speaking within the ballpark will be good enough for measuring for our types of bikes.


We've got Brenda who's five foot to start us off. Brenda has a 21-inch arm length and 25-inch inseam. Now, before I get started, I want to say the Explore Your Range comes with a reflector that goes on the seat post. I've left it on for the sake of showing everyone. It basically doesn't allow the seat to go down about a half-inch. So, if you're finding that you can't fit on the bike with the reflector on, removing it is always an option. So, let's see how it works for Brenda. We may or may not need to remove it.


So, Brenda, if you want to hop on. Okay. So, her leg is almost totally straight on the pedal. Can you put it on the ground? You can see she's really high up on her tippy-toes. So, in this case, I'm definitely going to take the reflector off, and adjust this to be a better fit for her. So, you want to hop off. Now, taking the reflector off, really simple. It's just a Phillips head screwdriver. For the sake of simplicity, I've already made it easy to take off, taking the screw out. So, just going to pop the seat down all the way.


Okay. Brenda, if you want to hop on there. Okay, cool. So, now, she's got a little bit of bend in her leg. Can you put your foot ... Let me see your foot. Put your foot right here. Put it right there. Okay. Now, you want to make sure when you pedal, you have the pad, the front pad of your foot on the pedal. Otherwise, your leg's going to be too straight. So, in this position, she got a good leg bend. She's going to be able to get good power on the downstroke. If you put your foot on the ground, okay, perfect. So, she's up on her toe or the pad of her foot, which is okay.


What I will say is Brenda is about the absolute minimum height for this bike with her inseam. So, if you're five feet with a 27-inch inseam, this bike will work, no problem, but if you have a 24-inch inseam or less and you're five feet tall, the Explorer Your Range will definitely not work for you. Also, if you're 5'1" or 5'2" with a 24-inch inseam, this bike will not work for you. So, paying attention to the inseam is really important. It's not just about height. Inseam matters as well. For Brenda, it's an absolute fit.


Now, we need to put the handlebars down a little bit for her. Just get her a little bit more relaxed. There we go. Okay. That's a little bit better. So, she still got her arms kind of extended. She's not hyperextending, which is good. She's got a little bit more bend in the left arm, relaxed. She's got a good upright back position, and it's a fit. Now, there's one thought. If she wanted to get the handlebars closer and relax her arms, even more, she could do a switch with the EVRY Journey handlebar, which is going to bring those bars even closer to her body, even make it more comfortable for her. So, I'm trying to adjust for maximum comfort. That's our goal here. This looks great. It's a fit. How does it feel?


Good.


Cool. So, if you want to hop off. Take the measurements. Now, there are actually no measurements needed with Brenda. We have the seat all the way down, and we have the handlebars all the way down. So, let's move up to our 5'1" rider and see what we need to do to adjust for her.


We got Maria here. She's 5'1", 19-inch arm length, 26-inch inseam. Maria, if you could please step on, and we'll see what we need to do to adjust for you. Okay, cool. So, we actually ... We have a reflector on the rear seat post. So, already, the seat post is up about a half-inch. Something to pay attention to when you're adjusting, you can always remove that to lower the seat more, but actually, she's got her feet up on the pad on the front of her foot, which is great. That's a great leg extension if you could put your foot on the pedal. Actually, if you could hop off quick, I'm just going to make a quick change here. Let's see. There we go.


You want to check out the leg extension on the downstrokes. If you could hop on, there we go. Okay, great. That's a good leg extension. I mean, you could maybe push the seat up a touch if you were going for speed and performance. I like this better, so I'm going to leave it here. The height is good for her. Handlebars are a little bit weird as they are now, so let's go ahead and figure out what we can do for her. Want to get these tilted a little closer to her body. Go ahead, and grab on. Pull them in maybe right about there. I'm going to bring them up just a touch, I think too.


Okay. Now, again, when you're adjusting for comfort, it's really ... Try that. Let's see. Maybe down just a little. That's pretty good. We can try that. When you're adjusting for comfort, I mean, there's no exact science to it. How I like to adjust is to basically keep all joints in as much relaxed position as possible. So, if you could pull your back, back, there you go and just ... There you go. So, she's got a good bend in the arm. It's fairly relaxed. Wrists aren't kinked, and she's got great leg extension. So, at 5'1", the Explore Your Range is an absolute fit. If you want to hop off and I'll show them the measurements.


So, we have the stem up about two and three-fourths inches. On the seat, we have it as low as it will go with the reflector, and I can tell you that the reflector is a half-inch raised. So, I'm going to measure basically from the start of the cylinder of the seat tube. So, that to the seat clamp is a one-inch raise for Maria at 5'1". So, definite fit for Maria. Let's move up to our 5'2" rider.


We've got Desiree now who's 5'2". Desiree also has a 21.5-inch arm length and 28-inch inseam. So, Desiree actually has a very high inseam for her height. She shares the same inseam as our 5'7" rider, so it'd be interesting to pay attention to how we're going to adjust for her and how it compares to our 5'7" rider, also telling us how inseam plays a role in the adjustments. So, Desiree, if you want to hop on.


Okay. So, you can see, I have the seat very similar to our 5'1" rider, and it's way too short for her. So, if you want to hop off, we're going to raise it up. Okay. Try that. Okay. Hop back on. Let's see. Okay. Maybe let's see ... I mean, that looks okay to me. Can you put your foot on the pedal? Yeah, we could maybe lower it just a little bit. If Desiree tries that and she's not comfortable, you can lower it a little bit, but the leg bend is okay. It's kind of pushing the threshold. Put your foot down on the ground. So, she's up on her tippy-toes. Actually, I'm going to bring it down just a little bit. Let's see. That should be perfect. Try that.


There we go. Okay. So, she's got her heel off the ground. She's got her pad of the front of her foot on the ground. Put your foot on the pedal. There we go. That's a much better leg bend. Her back looks good. So, in terms of the handlebars, let's go ahead and just bring these up a little bit. There we go. Get them a little closer. I'm going to tilt them up just a touch for her as well. Okay. Tilt. Let me see. That should be good.


All right. So, with Desiree, she has a longer inseam and shorter arms for her height, so you can see her arms are a little extended. They don't have as much bend as I would like for a comfort adjustment, but again, it's a fit, and it's a good riding position for her. One thing, if she wanted to, could do more of the EVRYJourney handlebar, which would bring her arms closer to her body and leave her in a more relaxed position. That's an option, but this does work. Her back is upright. Again, the Explore Your Range is more performance-oriented than comfort-oriented. So, it looks good. How's it feel?


It's good.


Cool. So, if you want to hop off, we'll take some measurements. So, on the stem, we have it raised three inches, and on the seat post, just measuring from the top of the cylinder down, the seat post is raised two inches. So, it's a fit for Desiree at 5'2", 21 and a half-inch arm length, 28-inch inseam. Let's move up to our 5'3" rider.


We've got Amanda with us now. Amanda's 5'3", 22-inch arm length, 30-inch inseam. Let's see how it fits for her. Amanda, if you want to hop on. Okay, cool. So, it's not too bad. She's up on the balls of her feet. Now, you can see, interestingly, Amanda's had a very similar adjustment to our 5'1" and 5'2" riders, particularly 5'1", which is interesting because it tells you how much inseam and arm length really affect the way we adjust the bike. So, in this case, your feet are just a little flat. I'm going to bring it up just a touch but not much at all. Let's just do it right about there. Try that. Okay.


Yeah. That's good.


Yeah. That's a little bit better. So, she has a little bit better leg extension on the downstroke. If you could put your foot on the pedal, the front here just like ... Yeah, a little bit more. Let your toe hang over just a little bit.


Oh, this way.


Yeah, there we go. Cool. So, she's got a good leg length. Not too much, not overextended. Then, on the handlebars, let's just tilt these, I think, up a little bit. Wait, that's the wrong one. You want to grab onto those. Better?


Mm-hmm (affirmative).


All right. Cool. Let's take a look. How's it feel?


Good.


Cool. Yeah. So, you can see upright riding position, relaxed arms, Explore Your Range. It's a confirmed fit. If you want to hop off, we'll take a look at the measurements. So, I'm going to measure the seat post basically from the start of the cylinder point. We have the reflector on. I'm going to give you the amount to raise the seat including the reflector. So, the seat is raised an inch and a quarter, and the handlebars are raised two and three-fourths inches. So, let's measure and adjust for a 5'4" rider and see how we can get it to fit her.


We've got Michelle now who's 5'4". She has a 21-inch arm length, 27-inch inseam. Some interesting things to point out is Michelle at 5'4", two inches taller than Desiree, has a shorter arm length and a shorter inseam, which tells me she must have a longer torso. So, it'd be interesting to see how she sizes to the bike and also to note that heights aren't the only factor that plays into the sizing. So, if you want to hop on. Okay, so actually, the adjustment looks good. She's got good leg extension. If you want to put your foot on the pedal. Yeah, so she's got a nice bend that'll allow for good power on the downstroke. This is the same adjustment actually as our 5'2" rider.


So, if you want to sit back, let's see your arms. Now, she's got her arms a little bit of a bend. That's good. At a 21-inch arm length, she's going to have to have her arms a little bit straight. If she wanted to get some handlebars that come closer to her body, it would relax her arms quite a bit like the EVRY Journey or the Cruiser, but it definitely works. Her back is upright. How's it feel?


Feels good. I'm ready to go to the beach.


Cool. So, let's see. Let's measure the stem. Oh, actually, if you want to hop off, I'll measure. All right. So, the stem, we've got raised three inches, and the seat post is up two inches. So, it's a fit for Michelle at 5'4". Let's move up to our 5'5" rider.


We've got Jewel with us now. Jewel's 5'5", 19 and a half-inch arm length, 30-inch inseam. Let's take a look at how we can adjust for you. Okay. Definitely too low. So, if you want to hop off, we'll raise the seat up. Let's try that. Not too bad actually. I like that. I mean, Jewel has very thin-soled shoes on. With sneakers, obviously, her feet are going to be closer to the ground. So, with these shoes, this works for me. We could push it up just a little bit higher, but again, it depends. If you're adjusting for maximum output, sure, you want to get that leg extension exactly dialed in. I'm more concerned with comfort.


You can see her leg bend. It's good. It still got a little bend on the downstroke, which is great. In terms of the handlebars, just to make her arms a little more relaxed, I'm going to bring these up just a touch. There we go. Remember, when adjusting the stem, there's a line in which you cannot raise the handlebars above. Okay. Try that. Nice. Okay. So, you can see it just made her arms a little more relaxed, keeps her back upright. It looks like a really good fit. How's it feel?


Good.


Cool. All right. If you want to hop off, we'll take some measurements. So, we have the stem raised up about three and three-fourths inches. The seat post, again, measuring from the cylinder down, we have it raised three and a half inches. That's including the seat ... sorry, the reflector. So, it's a fit for Jewel at 5'5", 19 and a half-inch arms, 30-inch inseam. Let's move up to 5'6".


Now, we're here with Jessica. Jessica's 5'6", has a 30 and a half-inch inseam, 19 and a half-inch arm length. So, Jessica, if you could please have a seat. Let's see what we need to do to adjust for you. Okay. So, the seat looks a little low where it is now. The feet are pretty flat. So, if you want to hop off, we'll raise the seat up maybe just about an inch right there. Perfect.


Yeah, it looks great. So, she's up on the pads of her feet. Sorry. If you want to hop off really quick, I just want to pull the pedals. Okay. Oh, sorry about that. Okay. Let's try that again. Okay, cool. So, put your foot on the pedal now to see the leg bend. Perfect. So, her leg's got a little bend. Great for the extension on the downstroke. In terms of her upper body, so we've got the stem about as high as it can go. I'm going to try to pull it up just a little bit more. It's a little too high. Go ahead, hold that. Nice and relaxed right there. Oops. Okay, cool. So, yeah, she's got a good arm bend. Wrists are pretty flat, not kinked, actually looks like a really, really comfortable fit. The back is upright. How's it feel for you?


Feels really comfortable.


Cool. There it is. It's a fit. Let's get you guys some measurements. If you want to hop off. So, we've got the stem up pretty high. We've got it right at four inches, which is pretty close to the max. Then, I'm going to measure the seat to the start of the cylinder portion here. So, we've got the seat post up two and three-fourths inches. So, that is a definite good comfort fit for Jessica on the Explore Your Range, 30 and a half-inch inseam, 19 and a half-inch arm length. Let's move up to our 5'7" rider.


We're here with Linette now. Linette is 5'7", has a 22 and a half-inch arm length and 28-inch inseam. Linette, if you want to hop on, we'll see how it fits. Okay. So, put your foot down. Okay. So, her feet are very flat. I can tell you already it's too low on the seat. Her arms look pretty good. So, if you want to hop off, we're going to raise the seat up.


Okay. Try that. Still a little too low actually. So, sorry. Try that again. Okay. Try that. The great thing about the quick release is it's really easy to do an adjustment on the fly. There we go. That's a lot better. So, you can see she's up on the front of the pad of her foot. We could probably raise it a little bit more. It's not that necessary. If you want to put your foot on the pedal, there we go. So, that's a good leg bend, not too straight but a nice bend. She'll be able to get a good extension when she pedals, and then her arms, I'm going to bring it up just a little bit to relax her arms, because she's having to reach down a lot. Let's see. Grab it. Go ahead and grab on. Okay. That looks good.


Okay. It's perfect. So, we've got her arms relaxed, nice bend. You can go ahead and grip grips. Yeah, there you go. Okay. So, you can see she's relaxed. Back is upright, good leg extension. It's a great fit for her height and her specific measurements. How's it feel?


Feels good.


Cool. All right. So, let's take the adjustments. Let me get the adjustments. So, we have the stem raised pretty high at almost four and a half inches, which is close to the max height. You can raise the stem, and from the top of the cylinder, we've got the seat post raised 3.75 inches, so three and three-quarter inches, and it's a definite fit for Linette at 5'7", 22 and a half-inch arm length, and 28-inch inseam. Let's move up to our 5'8" rider.


We're here with Sydney who's 5'8". She has a 21-inch arm length and 28-inch inseam. Sydney, if you want to hop on, we'll see how it fits you and how we need to adjust. Okay. So, looking at it, she's got a good bend in the leg. Can you put your foot on the ground? So, we could maybe raise the seat just a little bit if we wanted to give her a little bit more leg extension, but that's pretty good from a comfort perspective. You could see maybe her heel could come up just a touch.


So, actually, if you want to hop off, I am going to bring it up just a little bit, and I'm going to do this so we know that she's going to get good efficient pedaling. Let's try it right there. It's just a little bit higher. There we go. I like that a little better. So, you see her heels all up a little bit more. She's now on the front pad of her foot. That's great. Put your foot on the pedal for me. There we go. So, her leg's not fully extended, but she's got a good bend. So, on the downstroke, she'll get a good amount of power, so that's good.


In terms of the handlebars, now, as we get into the taller riders, one thing that's a possible recommendation is using an extended length stem. If you guys contact us, that's something we can offer because what's going to happen as we raise the seat, their arms are going to be coming farther away from the handlebars, which is going to force them to extend a little bit more. Now, in Sydney's case ... Just relax your arms. Put them on the handlebars. There we go. So, you can see it looks pretty good for her. Her wrists are nice and relaxed. Her back is still upright, and her elbows aren't tense. They're relaxed. So, to me, it looks really good. We've got her in a nice, comfortable position in terms of her joints and things. How's it feel for you?


Good.


So, looks good. She's a fit. If you want to hop off, we'll take the measurements. Okay. So, on the stem, we've got it pretty much all the way up. It's like four and a quarter inches on the stem, which is the max height. The seat we're measuring from the start of the cylinder point down to the seat post, seat cuff, that's four and a half inches. So, it's a fit for Sydney at 5'8", 21-inch arm length, 28-inch inseam. Let's move up to our 5'10" rider.


Now, we're here with Sydney. Sydney's 5'9". She has a 22-inch inseam. Sorry, reverse that. 22-inch arm length, 31-inch in seam. So, if you want to hop on Sydney, we'll see what we need to do to adjust for your height. Okay. Let me see your foot on the ground. So, it looks perfect. The seat looks just exactly the right height for her. She's got good leg extension. Feet can still get on the ground. She's up on the front of her foot, so that's perfect.


I'll see if I can bring the handlebars just up a little if possible. I think we're pretty close to maxing out the height here. Yeah, we are. So, there's the line. Sorry. Oh, we'll bring that right there. So, yeah, we can't do much on the height. Try that. So, she's got a little bit of a lean in her back but not too bad. Actually, it's pretty straight up and down. Actually, no lean at all. Her arms still got a slight bend, pretty relaxed. Wrists aren't kinked. So, how's it feel?


That was really good.


So, yeah. We're good to go. If you want to hop off, I'll take the measurements, let everyone know. All right, here I am. So, we've got the stem absolutely at the highest height, which is four inches, and the seat, I will measure just from the top of the cylinder down, and we are at four and a half inches raised on the seat post. So, that's Sydney. she's 5'9" 22-inch arm length, 31-inch inseam. Let's move up to our 5'10" rider.


We are now out here with Keeley at 5'10". She has a 22-inch arm length and 29 and a half-inch inseam. So, Keeley, if you want to step on, let's see if it's a fit for you. Okay. Wow. So, you can see she's got her feet pretty flat on the ground, so we're definitely going to need to bring the seat up a little bit. Handlebars look okay. So, why don't you hop off, and let's raise the seat up just a little bit for you? Try it right there. Now, we want to find the balance between safety and efficiency on the pedaling and power output. So, go ahead and try that.


Okay, so that's a lot better. So, you can see she's up on the front of her foot. Can you put your foot on the pedal for me? Perfect. Good bend. It's not too bent, but it's not overextended or hyperextended, so I like that. In terms of the handlebars, it looks really good also. You can see her wrists are pretty relaxed. She has a bend in her arm, and her back is totally upright. So, how's that feel for you?


It feels good.


Looks great to me. So, if you want to hop off, let's take some measurements. So, we have the stem all the way up, which is about four and a quarter inches, and we've got the seat from the start of the cylinder piece, five and a quarter inches raised up. So, it's a fit for Keeley at 5'10". Let's move up to our 5'11" rider.


Now, we're with Lucia who's 5'11". She has a 23-inch arm length and 30 and a half-inch inseam. So, Lucia, if you want to hop on, let's see what we need to adjust to make it fit you. Okay, cool. So, the seat looks to me just a little bit low. We want to get her up on her foot a little bit more. Can you put your foot on the pedal for me? So, yeah, that's a little bit too much bend. We're going to take away a little too much power with that bend. So, if you want to hop off, let's raise it up about a half-inch.


Okay. Try that. Okay. Just set all the way back on your butt. There we go. Okay, cool. Let's see. So, her foot, yeah, her foot looks good to me. She's up on the front of her foot. Not too much. Can you put your foot on the pedal for me? So, it's a good bend. We could maybe bring the seat up a little bit if we wanted to, but I'm okay with that. The leg extension looks pretty good. Let me just take one more look. Actually, we're going to raise it up just a little bit more. So, let's see. Okay. Right there. Okay. Okay, perfect. Now, there we go. Put your foot on the pedal.


Okay, so we do just took a little bit of the bend out. We actually now have the seat as high as it will go. So, it'll be interesting to see how our six-foot rider fits. Now, in terms of the handlebars, you can see she's having to lean forward just a little bit to get to the bars. We actually have the handlebars as high as they would go. So, I would still consider this okay for her. If we wanted to make it a little bit more comfortable, pull her back up just a little bit more, there's an option of an extended stem, which will raise the handlebars up, and it'll allow her to have a more upright ergonomic riding position.


Now, with a bike like the Explore Your Range though, being a little bit forward's not a bad thing because this is a bike more geared for distance. If we're fitting entirely for comfort, we could look at the EVRY Journey or the Cruisers, and we would want to make sure we have her back totally pulled up. Now, there's one adjustment I can make, which I can try to tilt the handlebars a little bit for her. Let's tilt them up. Okay. Go ahead and grab on, and tilt it up like there. Yeah.


Okay, cool. So, we just tilted them up a little bit, which brought the bars a little bit closer to her body, pulled her shoulders back just a little bit. So, that's the best we can do with the original setup, but again, we can customize it. We also have extended-length seat posts. So, if you find that you're in a similar height, arm, and inseam measurements as Lucia, you can reach out to us, and we can definitely work to get this bike exactly fitted to your body type. So, how's it feel for you?


It feels much better.


Okay, cool. So, if you want to hop off, we'll take some of the measurements. So, we have the stem. Again, on the tilting, that's really something you can feel out with the rider what's comfortable, what's not comfortable. We have the stem all the way up at four and quarter inches. We have the seat post all the way raised at six and a half inches from when the cylinder part starts. Now, on this particular seat post, there is a max height adjustment for the seat post. There are standard length and extended length. This is a standard length, so we have it all the way at six and a half inches. So, it is a fit for Lucia. Some possible customizations might be an option for her. Let's move to our six-foot rider, and see what the fit is for her.


We're now here with Jade. Jade is six feet tall. She's our tallest woman we have to be fitted to the Explore Your Range. She has a 23-inch arm length and 32-inch inseam. So, Jade, if you want to hop on, let's see what we can do to adjust to fit you. So, we have the stem and the seat post at max height right now. You can see, with Jade sitting back on the back of her seat, her feet are still flat on the ground.


If you want to put your foot on the pedal quick and move your foot back just a little bit, yeah, right about there. You can see how bent her leg is. So, that is not ideal because it's too scrunched, and she's not going to get proper leg extension when riding. So, with that said, as the bike comes standard, it is not a fit for Jade at six feet tall.


Now, there are some things we can do. If you like this frame, there are some adjustments we can make to make it fit her body. I don't have them on hand today, but I'll talk about them. The first one is an extended-length stem. That's going to bring the handlebars up, and it's going to make it so she doesn't have to reach quite as much because it's going to bring it closer to her body. The second one is an extended-length seat post. Now, seat posts have a determined max height. You can raise it. We've maxed it out. If you raise it too high, it's possible the metal can bend or snap. So, there is an extended length seat post that would allow us to raise that up and give Jade the proper leg extension that she would need. So, if you're interested in those two things, you can reach out to us, and you can customize the bike to work for you.


The other option with women in the taller segment, 5'11", six-foot and up, you can look at men's frames. Now, the color selection may not be what you prefer or maybe it is. I don't know, but the frames are going to be set bigger and higher, things like that. We have some other bikes that I know do work for riders that are six feet. You can check those videos out on the EVRY Journey or the Cruisers as well.


So, unfortunately for Jade, I'm going to say it's not a fit. Again though, if you're six feet tall, Jade has 23-inch arms and a 32-inch inseam, so our rider at 5'11" had a 30 and a half-inch inseam. So, if you're six feet tall but have a 30 and a half-inch inseam, this bike would still work for you. So, the inseam really plays a role in it. It's not just the height. Our 5'11" rider actually has the same arm length as Jade. So, again, don't think that if you're just six feet, it won't fit. If you're six feet and you have a 30 and a half-inch inseam or less, this will be a fit for you. If not, unfortunately, we have to make some customizations, but we can do it. Reach out, and we can help you out.


Thanks for watching the Body Fit video for the Explore Your Range. We've just custom fit the Explore Your Range to women, heights five feet to six feet. If you still have questions about fitting, please send us an email, theteam@sixthreezero.com or call us, 310-982-2877. We want to to ensure that every bike fits all of our riders perfectly. So, if you have any other questions, please reach us. Also, you can take the Body Fit questionnaire on our website. It's going to ask you some additional questions about the riding type you're going to do, things like that, and it's going to match a bike up to your body. Thanks for watching, and we'll see you in our next video.

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