|Reynolds Ouzo Pro Aero||Akirasho|
Mar 31, 2001 9:54 PM
|Does anyone have an online source for this fork (as opposed to the Ouzo Pro)? I'm looking for a 650C version. Any opines about said fork?
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|re: Reynolds Ouzo Pro Aero||steveq|
Apr 1, 2001 5:12 PM
|they should be available at www.yaquicycles.com. i purchased an ouzo pro from them a couple of months ago for $260 and had no problems. he had to charge my card through slowtwitch.com because he didn't have merchant visa capablilties but that may have changed. i think the ouzo aero was $349 when i last looked. BTW, yaqui cycles is a spinoff of ves mandaric's Mandaric cycles. hope this helps......sq
p.s.- i'm thinking of replacing my bdc with an ouzo aero for my tt bike. if you get one, let us know how it rides...thanks
|re: Reynolds Ouzo Pro Aero||Akirasho|
Apr 2, 2001 7:07 AM
|Exactly... I've got a couple of BDC equipped bikes... and this is a fine fork... but a bit on the heavy side... The Pro Aero seems like a good alternative. I recently acquired a 650C GT Vengence frame and fork (Kinesis aluminium). Since it's the only 650C frame I've got, and I couldn't just swap out a BDC, I thought I'd try something new.
I had considered a Yaqui last year and am familiar with Mandaric's work... alas, a Cervelo P2K won out.
Thanks for the link... I had forgotten about this source. It's now in my favorites folder.
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