Road Bike Frames

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by ewep, Dec 4, 2002.

  1. ewep

    ewep New Member

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    Read this interesting article on
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    <a target="_top" href="www.worldofendurance.co.za">World of Endurance</a>
    . It's on road bike frames and the history thereof (I know there were some questions previously)<br /><br />
     
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  2. Bruce Robbins

    Bruce Robbins New Member

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    John wrote: &quot;Way back in the dark ages there was only one choice of material for a frame and that was steel. There were only two main steel manufacturers these being the British company Reynolds and the Italian company Columbus.&quot;<br /><br /><br />John,<br /><br />Remember Vitus! I've never had a bike made from this French tubing but it was used for some quality frames in the past.<br /><br />Cheers,<br />Bruce<br /><br />
     
  3. chris2002

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    Cannondale stole the OS welded Aluminum tube design from Klein.
     
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