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Any experience with Nashbar Road frame?(5 posts)

Any experience with Nashbar Road frame?pitboss12
Apr 3, 2003 3:28 PM
I was wondering if anyone has had experience with the Nashbar road frame? I was looking through the reviews but could not find any? Can anyone tell me how it rides?

Thanks.
re: Any experience with Nashbar Road frame?cyclopathic
Apr 3, 2003 4:59 PM
no, but their 50$ MTB steel is very good
re: Any experience with Nashbar Road frame?Holden_1
Apr 3, 2003 5:22 PM
I got one for my wife a couple weeks ago. A little on the heavy side but solid and decent workmanship on the welds. I haven't built it up yet but I'll post something when it's done.

It will be her first road bike ever and for $103 it's not too bad. I was going to build it with a Kestrel carbon fork from my old bike (the fork has one month of use on it) and Shimano 105 components. I am looking at Supergo's Weyless stems, seatpost and handlebars and some reliable wheels.
re: Any experience with Nashbar Road frame?pitboss12
Apr 3, 2003 8:44 PM
Sounds like a cool project. Let me know how it turns out.
WeylessNessism
Apr 3, 2003 10:28 PM
The Weyless components look good to me. Bought one of the forks and like it. The bars are fairly deep drop though so they might not be ideal for a small frame. While you're shopping Supergo, they also have some low buck headsets.

If you want a cheap set of low milage wheels please drop me a line. I've got some Wheelsmith built MA2/RX100 wheels with about 500 miles I'll sell you for cheap - $40. Sorry to pitch you here like this. It's just that projects like this are right up my alley. Actually, bought the wheels a few years ago for a project just like you are doing but never finished it - so the wheels are just sitting.

Good luck.

Ed
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