in the hunt for a crit bike that is not a CAAD

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
SDP
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by SDP

the giant tcr aluminium ..some good deals on it ..

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nathanong87
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by nathanong87

why u no caad10ing though.

probably the most winningest amateur frameset in the world. #madeupstatistic

xnavalav8r
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by xnavalav8r

Kinesis is another option to consider. Great quality and tech at a very reasonable price.

mannymerc
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by mannymerc

Nothing against Caad10s, I already have one, and so is almost everyone else a the race.

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by mannymerc

SDP wrote:the giant tcr aluminium ..some good deals on it ..



I had a tcr aluminum, didnt like it.

LloydP
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by LloydP

The v1 Soul Faith is a great frame. I found I much prefer it with a 3T Funda Pro than the stock fork. No idea how the v2 with tapered steerer compares.
Thought of going steel? I've been flip-flopping if I want to go Starley Stainless, Condor Super Acciaio, or some other custom next time around.

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