Argon 18 Plutonium - any thoughts

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  1. janiejones

    janiejones New Member

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    I've been looking at the Argon 18 Plutonium

    Any thoughts on this if you have one of these bikes.

    The web site doesn't list all the specs - what type of cranks, brake calipers and
    bar/stem does it have.
     
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  2. Russ Reynolds

    Russ Reynolds New Member

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    Don't much about the spec's but they have got to be one of the smartest looking bikes around.
     
  3. Mike1970

    Mike1970 New Member

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    Hi,

    I just saw this post. You responded to one I had made last year. It now makes sense. Here is a link to a US retailer of Argon Bikes. Hope this is helpfull. As I recall from my research 105 groupo is fairly standard.


    Mike

    Argon is a Canadian Company
     
  4. Phill P

    Phill P New Member

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    www.excelpro.com.au

    They are the local Australian supplier. I believe they provide kits for the frames they import, so could vary build to build
     
  5. pmujim

    pmujim New Member

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    In regard to specs; I am looking into picking up a Gallium. The one I found was spec'd mostly with FSA and full Dura-Ace. They get a little pricey with FSA crank and stem/bar and a Dura-Ace setup, but you can save a little by going with the Ksyrium ES's instead of the Zipp's.
     
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