Aluminum Allez vs Chinese Carbon

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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btompkins0112
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by btompkins0112

deltasierra wrote:
btompkins0112 wrote:^ this.
($550) Sale of Rival group (+FSA cranks)


Where do you find these suckers? Around my neck of the woods, Rival pull-off can't get that for sure, even with a crankset.


Just checking eBay completed listings.....I've seen a few recently sell around that price that didn't have brakes, but had cranks or vis-versa.

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by CharlieOsRide

I am preferring the fit of the Allez. $880 without having to take anything apart is more appealing plus the fit works for me.
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by 53x12

Yeah if you justo want a frameset and not have to deal with 'headache' of taking bike apart and selling parts off, the Allez E5 is a great bang for the buck. Especially since most Specialized dealers will see it for $800. Not sure of another new frame that will offer the same bang for the buck at that price.
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