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Aventón Mataro

Frame:
Aventon Mataro 49cm

Fork/Headset:
Aventon

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
SRAM Omnium / GXP

Pedals:
All-City

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura-Ace Cog + Lockring / SRAM / Izumi

Handlebars/Stem:
Ritchey / 3T Arx Pro

Saddle/Seatpost:
Fizik Arione VS / Kalloy

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Cosmic Elite / Continental Grand Prix

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity / Formula / Continental Supersport Plus

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Stage 2

Current Stage Info:

3T stem, cut steerer, Sram Omnoms

Added by datlazyazndude. Last updated almost 8 years ago.

22 Comments

pouce

pouce says:

Really nice built. I'm now looking for this model and this size. May I know stand over height of this bike? Thank you in advance

Posted almost 8 years ago

datlazyazndude

datlazyazndude says:

Thanks! Hmm the standover height is actually smaller than your average 49-50cm frame's standover height. Comparing it with my Caad10 that has a standover of 29.6 in (or 75.3cm), I'm estimating the standover height to be around 28.9 inches or even under. It's pretty small

Posted almost 8 years ago

pusanpa

pusanpa says:

Very nice Mataro Setup. 49cm have great proportion. Does it have straight(flat) top tube?

Posted about 8 years ago

datlazyazndude

datlazyazndude says:

Thanks! Yeah the top tube is neutral

Posted almost 8 years ago

basbolemu

basbolemu says:

nice build

Posted over 8 years ago

sil3nt

sil3nt says:

I don't think the fork should be an issue manufacturers are not going to risk there name selling gear that fails under normal riding conditions.

Posted over 8 years ago

datlazyazndude

datlazyazndude says:

It hasn't been to this day, if I recall correctly someone on bikeforums said the forks that broke were actually within the same test batch from the factory

Posted over 8 years ago

maldon_eddie

maldon_eddie says:

You should swap out that fork
I know a couple of people its snapped on

Posted almost 9 years ago

ultimaform

ultimaform says:

unsafe?

Posted almost 9 years ago

maldon_eddie

maldon_eddie says:

Very unsafe

Posted almost 9 years ago

datlazyazndude

datlazyazndude says:

From regular casual riding or from a hard impact?

Posted almost 9 years ago

maldon_eddie

maldon_eddie says:

Regular riding on the road

Posted almost 9 years ago

nightstalker

nightstalker says:

idk about road riding, but the fork snap when its a head on crash

Posted almost 9 years ago

datlazyazndude

datlazyazndude says:

That makes more sense^^

Posted almost 9 years ago

Exequiel

Exequiel says:

datlazyazndude don't fret. I've ridden my stock Aventon fork for almost a year now, didn't have any issue whether ridding on road (and we don't have the best roads here in the Philippines) or riding uphill and downhill. Maybe a head-on crash may break the fork even the frame itself.

Posted over 8 years ago

Freddy_Zhang

Freddy_Zhang says:

Did you have to cut the fork/steer tube?

Posted almost 9 years ago

datlazyazndude

datlazyazndude says:

Yup, just take it to a shop.

Posted almost 9 years ago

HNFXD

HNFXD says:

or do it by yourself

Posted over 8 years ago

LuzLeon56

LuzLeon56 says:

How tall are you ?

Posted about 9 years ago

datlazyazndude

datlazyazndude says:

5'4"

Posted about 9 years ago

its_Jay

its_Jay says:

Is this track or pursuit geo?

Posted about 9 years ago

datlazyazndude

datlazyazndude says:

Track

Posted about 9 years ago