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But there’s a limit to how long our front-centers should be. Front-center is the distance from the bottom bracket spindle to the front wheel axle. The entire range of front-centers in a tri bike size run may only be from 570mm to 660mm, but this is a touchy metric. You can feel a pretty small change.
These changes don’t happen in a vacuum; they’re taken into account along with other elements of steering geometry, like trail, like the steering lever on your bike. But in general, more front-center means a more stable bike until the bike becomes unwieldy and hard to turn. But let’s say your bike’s front-center perfectly suits you. End of story, right?