In the words of Alessandro Guerciotti:
"Khaybar frame is a top range frame. It has been for two years the frame used by the prof team Diguigiovanni Androni. It has been also used the year before the sponsorships with Gianni Savio's team by the Team LPR and tested in important races like Tour of Suisse (1 stage victory with Daniele Contrini - Milano San Remo - Paris Roubaix with Dmitry Konishev). This frame is intended for professional riders. This model is perfect for all the types of riders: from the grimpeur (like the Colombian and Venezuelan riders Jose Serpa, Jackson Rodriguez) and sprint riders like Danilo Hondo and Alberto Loddo. It is realized with the Wrapped carbon technology and made by Dedacciai Z108 carbon tubing."
This frame is supplied with 3K Weave Carbon Fork with Carbon steerer.
Please note the Team Diquigiovanni frames require an Italian BB all others are BSA
If you have any further questions, regarding any aspect of this Guerciotti frame don't hesitate to email us at:
This is a clearance item, its worth noting the following:
This frame is immaculate apart from a small chip on the rear-stay and a imperfection on the forks.
Some imperfections are also present on the bb shell.
See photos for details. This frame has significant damage to the head tube which happened during transit, see photos for details. The mechanics managed to fit a bearing which runs smoothly. Hence the price.
Everything in the clearance corner has been checked by our mechanics and technical experts. Its all good to go, with mainly cosmetic marks etc. All items are sold as seen.
We only have one of these for sale, available today, same day dispatch.
All clearance items are sold as seen. If you have any questions, give our team a call on: +44 (0)1709 38 66 63
|Approx. Frame Weight (g)||1050 |
|Seatpost Size (mm)||31.6|
|Seat Clamp Size (mm)||34.9|
|Front Mech Clamp Size (mm)||34.9|
|Wheels||700C. with clearance for 25mm tyres|
|Bottle Cage Bosses||2 sets on all sizes|
|Bottom Bracket||Italian |
|Headset||Integrated (Orbit CE) |
|Max Rider Weight||95kg|
|A||Head Angle (°)||72||72.30||73||73.30||74||74.15||74.30|
|B||Head Tube Length (mm)||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|C||Effective Top Tube Horizontal (mm)||510||535||545||560||570||580||590|
|D||Seat Angle (°)||74.30||74||73.45||73.30||73.15||73||73|
Seat Tube Length Centre to Centre (mm)
|F||Chainstay Length (mm)||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|G||Standover Height (mm)||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|A||Head Angle (°)||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||72.30|
|B||Head Tube Length (mm)||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|C||Effective Top Tube Horizontal (mm)||510||530||545||568||580|
|D||Seat Angle (°)||74||73.30||73||72.5||72.30|
Seat Tube Length Centre to Top (mm)*
|F||Chainstay Length (mm)||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|G||Standover Height (mm)||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|* (Seat Tube Length bottom of BB to Top of Top Seat Tub)|
When choosing a frame make sure you have chosen the correct frame type, sloping or flat.
Sloping frames come in the following sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL
|Rider Height||Suggested Frame Size|
|5′2″ to 5′4″||51|
|5′3″ to 5′6″||52 (S) |
|5′5″ to 5′8″||53|
|5′7″ to 5′10″||54 (M) |
|5′9″ to 6′0″||55|
|5′11″ to 6′2″||56 (L) |
|6′1″ to 6′3″||57|
|6′2″ to 6′4″||58 (XL)|
|6′3″ to 6′6″||59|
All frame size recommendations are approximate. A good fit will also depend on the correct choice of stem length, correct bike set-up for the rider and riding style.
Correct frame size choice can vary greatly with riders' torso length. If you have longer legs and a shorter torso, go for a slightly shorter stem. If you think you are borderline between sizes, and you have longer legs and a shorter torso, go for the smaller frame size. If you have shorter legs and a longer torso, go for the larger frame size to get the extra top tube length.
As the frame sizes increase, so does the length of the head tube. If you are inflexible or perhaps have a history of back problems, consider going for a larger frame size. This will increase the relative height of the handlebars making the position less “extreme”. The larger frame will also have a longer top tube, so you’ll need to compensate for this with a shorter stem.