epic falcon

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marijnvdoorn
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by marijnvdoorn

Hi there,

I am thinking of buying a Epic ti frame.
It pretty light for ti and also pretty rare. ( in Europe)

Does anyone has any experience with Epic frames.

I looking for the new type: the falcon.

http://www.epicti.com

greetings marijn

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martin
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by martin

It sure looks nice, and i like the photography :-)
I wonder how they fixed the thin wire to the left hand crank?

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cadence90
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by cadence90

marijnvdoorn wrote:Hi there,

I am thinking of buying a Epic ti frame.
It pretty light for ti and also pretty rare. ( in Europe)

Does anyone has any experience with Epic frames.

I looking for the new type: the falcon.

http://www.epicti.com

greetings marijn

Marijn, have you read this thread yet (especially page 2/3)?
http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1524&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=30
Apparently, the Epic is made by Dean, which may (or may not) mean a long lead time.

Since you are in Europe, what about Rewel?
http://www.rewel.com

Or Nevi?
http://www.nevi.it/

Or Grey Bicycle? (Very good reputation.)
http://www.greybicycle.com/index.html
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