> To all Peugeot PX10 enthusiasts.
> In 1970 I purchased a brand new PX10 for $250 Cdn and not being familiar at
> that time with dimensions, angles etc., I took the word of the sales staff
> that it had a 22" frame. I was tempted later on to trade-up to something
> Italian with Campi N.R. and never did record the PX 10 stats. I found the
> PX10 very comfortable to ride especially over rough road with those
> wonderfully springy 531 forks. In Sloans original book is an illustration of
> the exact same size of bike that he describes as a top line quality racing
> bike. According to a Peugeot PX10 web site, they list a 21", 23" and I think
> a 25" but no 22".
> My question is... Did the PX 10 come in a 22" frame size c to top and if so
> what were the top tube dimensions, angles and wheelbase length?
Are you certain the bike shop was talking c-t-t? I've always referred to my PX-10 as a 56cm, but that's its measurement c-t-c; almost exactly 22". It's more like 23" c-t-t. Is it possible someone at the original bike shop just held a yardstick up to the frame, measured it c-t-c, and pronounced it to be 22"?
firstname.lastname@example.org (John V. Everett)