Shopping For A Titanium road frame

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Re: Shopping For A Titanium road frame

Postby PaddyB » 17 Apr 2012, 12:49

Steviebike wrote:This is from another post on here: http://www.speedonebike.com/_en/product ... .php?id=55

They also have a nice 931 stainless steel bike too (which is worth looking at too).

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I love the clear coat finish on those Speedone bikes. It makes it look like some kind of previously-unknown alloy made by the Borg.

I especially dig their Columbus XCr frame.

http://www.speedonebike.com/_en/product ... .php?id=57

But the TI and 931 bikes look teh sex too.
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Re: Shopping For A Titanium road frame

Postby vmajor » 13 May 2012, 16:23

Bit of forum necromancy here, but we have a few size L and XL Velocite Millennium frames (and a bike) left:

Velocite Millennium.

The stock is in Kaohsiung.

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Re: Shopping For A Titanium road frame

Postby Steviebike » 13 May 2012, 18:13

vmajor wrote:Bit of forum necromancy here, but we have a few size L and XL Velocite Millennium frames (and a bike) left:

Velocite Millennium.

The stock is in Kaohsiung.

V.


I've seen this bike. It's very nice. Better than all the ones we've been talking about in terms of stiffness. Sadly my pocket and the fact I'm a medium means it's a no go for me. Otherwise a super bike at a good price.
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