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Graham Weigh frames?(3 posts)

Graham Weigh frames?root down
Mar 8, 2002 6:47 AM
Anbody out there have any expereinces, or know anything about Graham Weigh frames? Deesidecycles.com (in UK) has some of their 853 Reynolds framesets on clearence for a great price. I don't really know anything about these frames, so any info is much appreciated. Thanks!
Yupmuncher
Mar 8, 2002 6:52 AM
Couple of the guys in my club have them - they seem to be absolutley fine. They have a good reputation over here (UK) and one sees quite a few about generally. The last crit race I watched had a few in and they were going nicely too.

They seem to be good value to me.

Hope that helps.
re: Graham Weigh frames?DannyBoy
Mar 9, 2002 3:17 PM
I don't have direct exp of their framesets, but you'll see from an earlier post I've used Deeside for components and groupos in the past.

The company can offer great prices because they're one of the UK's biggest mail order outlets. They have an excelent reputation, and I suspect this wouldn't be the case if their framesets were crap. One of their competitors Ribble Cycles has an awful rep as their frames and customer service is bad - word get's round pretty quick.

As I said before, I'd doubt they'll be beaten and I doubt you'll have any problem with them at all.

Theyl probably give you a great price for a made to measure frame, just e-mail you're measurments and requirements and they'll price something up for you.