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where-does-the-carbon-fiber-begin-and-the-aluminum-end.com(5 posts)

where-does-the-carbon-fiber-begin-and-the-aluminum-end.comAkirasho
Sep 23, 2003 1:07 AM
www.where-does-the-carbon-fiber-begin-and-the-aluminum-end.com/

... yep, that's right... Specialized has actually registered this addy for their new Tarmac... it's a F.A.C.T

http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?id=tech/2003/features/spec_vuelta

Be the bike.
They shouldn't have to worry about domain nameAllUpHill
Sep 23, 2003 3:02 AM
contention lawsuits over that one. If I saw that printed in a magazine ad, I'm not sure I'd bother to type it in a browser.
They shouldn't have to worry about domain nameClydeTri
Sep 23, 2003 4:57 AM
its in the newest velonews with no idea what it means...
I thought it was a C'Dale add in Velonews...biknben
Sep 23, 2003 5:16 AM
I'm looking at the add right now. It's just a bare naked frame made of Al and Carbon. The web site address is eched in one of the chainstays.

I still thinks it looks like a C'Dale. I figured it was some release info for the "Carbondale" that Simoni has been riding.

I think Specialized dropped the ball big time. I had no intention of typing in that long address and there's no indication of what bike brand it is. Big waste o' money if you ask me.
Um, I saw the ad and I typed it in. Here it is.Uprwstsdr
Sep 23, 2003 8:49 AM
www.where-does-the-carbon-fiber-begin-and-the-aluminum-end.com

I think it is beautiful bike, and an interesting design execution. Aluminum (the red section) through the drivetrain for response, and carbon (the black section) for comfort.