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Hey kids, check out the touring frame(7 posts)
|Hey kids, check out the touring frame||Ahimsa|
Aug 19, 2002 6:07 PM
|...over at urbancyclist.com
I think this might be the frame I need for a fixie. Chrome fork. Nice sparkle green paint too.
|This pic was what got me.||Ahimsa|
Aug 19, 2002 6:10 PM
|All that and long horizontal drops too. $290.00 USD approx.
Somebody buy one and let me know, eh? ( ;
|Yah I want one too.||Ginz|
Aug 20, 2002 6:39 AM
|I'm such a geek. Love that chrome fork.
I've also seen some tasty fixie-worthy frames at sjscycles.com. Click on "road frames". Can you say...cheap!
|Hit the newsgroups and search||Kurt H|
Aug 20, 2002 9:44 AM
|I've seen the same pics and was very tempted! I don't know if you've tried
or not, but some of the folks over there have discussed this frame. As I recall, someone had ridden the bike shown in the photo. You might be able to get some more information from the posts there.
|re: Hey kids, check out the touring frame||Steve Bailey|
Aug 22, 2002 4:00 AM
|I think it would be a waste to strip all that lovely touring gear, the bike is just lovely the way it is !.
But should you go ahead with the fixed gear concept, I'd be glad to purchase the racks.
|Oh, I certainly agree...||Ahimsa|
Aug 22, 2002 4:20 PM
|Bear in mind thought that the particular build up on the website is just one of many optional build kits they offer for that frame. I will be purchasing frame and fork alone and suiting her up meself.
|Cool ......A new bike shop in Toronto||Chainstay|
Aug 23, 2002 5:42 PM
|I wonder who makes the frame. The design is obviously inspired by the French Randonneur designs. Could it be Mariposa? Maybe Marioni?|| |