|Check out some cool new stuff from Europe show.||JS|
Sep 5, 2001 12:08 PM
|That Litespeed looks interesting, and a full carbon DeRosa, wow.
|Slopping geometry, AL-Carbon frames seem to be the future (nm)||Bruno|
Sep 5, 2001 12:39 PM
|Litespeed al/carbon bike... hmmm||Dog|
Sep 5, 2001 1:27 PM
|So, even Litespeed, the King of Titanium, goes aluminum and carbon for a light bike...?
|Maybe LS wants to be Giant??||SimpleGreen|
Sep 6, 2001 8:27 AM
|Perhaps LS wants to be more like Giant and sell bikes by the millions!
I still can't believe LS would make AL--what's there to gain when they have the rep of being Ti bikes. I wonder about this. Looks like classic 'diworsefication'.
PS The ONCE TCR got a favorable (favourable--for y'all on the other side of the pond) review in Cycling Weekly.
|Oh, the horror!||Niwot|
Sep 6, 2001 9:16 PM
|Litespeed making Al frames? Oh, the horror! Why, the next thing you know, Serotta will start making Ti frames! What then -- DeRosa and Pinarello making Al frames with carbon rear ends?
What? Really? Oh. Never mind.
|cognitive dissonance again nm||Dog|
Sep 7, 2001 7:34 AM
|Maybe LS wants to be Giant??||mackgoo|
Sep 6, 2001 10:39 PM
|No, don't you get it? Litespeed makes Giants.|
|Look KX frame||Tig|
Sep 5, 2001 6:29 PM
|This is the red lug version which shows the tube shapes better than the all black. Like they said, it reminds me or the Columbus MS (multi shape) tubes of the late 80's. The next question is HOW MUCH $?|| |