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Which Frame Material for me?

Aluminum Frames
Cheap, stiff and light! It's the most popular frame material now and perfect for racing or recreation rides. The most cost effective material.

Carbon Frames
It's light and stiff ! The perfect frame material for racing.

Titanium Frames
Titanium frames are not the lightest and stiffest but it's the most lasting. It's the frame material that will still look new after 10 years of use. Its corrosion resistant property is also perfect for triathlete who needs to ride their bike after a swim at the sea.

What Road Frame Size?

All our road frames are in slopping geometry design which fits Asians better with longer torso. Therefore frame fit should be base on top tube length and not the seat tube length!

Below is a rough guide for road frame size selection,
Rider height 1.60m to 1.70m -> Fusion Size "XS" Road Frames
Rider height 1.70m to 1.75m -> Fusion Size "S" Road Frames
Rider height 1.75m to 1.80m -> Fusion Size "M" Road Frames
Rider height 1.80m to 1.85m -> Fusion Size "L" Road Frames
Rider height 1.85m to 1.90m -> Fusion Size "XL" Road Frames

It's just a rough guide as each rider's physique is different and so do flexibility. Please contact me for fit session to determine the proper frame size.

What Aero Frame Size?

Aero frames are designed for riding in aero-position hence the steep seat tube angle. Therefore the top tube length is shorter.

Below is a rough guide for aero frame size selection,
Rider height 1.70m to 1.75m -> Fusion Size "S" Tri Frames
Rider height 1.75m to 1.80m -> Fusion Size "M" Tri Frames
Rider height 1.80m to 1.85m -> Fusion Size "L" Tri Frames

It's just a rough guide as each rider's physique is different and so do flexibility. Please contact me for fit session to determine the proper frame size.

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