Anyone still have a steel bike?

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That cherubim is a masterpiece.

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This may be true but I have never liked concave seat stays.
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Bet that Cherubim slices through the wind like a katana!

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Thought i'd contribute my new Talbot Frameworks (new london framebuilder, who did the repair job on dammit's serotta)

Couldn't be happier with it, just need the Paul Comp hanger to come as the cheap one doesnt clear the 44mm headtube, and then I can lose all the spacers

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@rogan, very nice aesthetically. What tubing? And what does the frame weigh?
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its 853

i'm not entirely sure what it weighs, I forgot to get a weight before it was built up!

I'll weight the full build when i have it in my hands though, been meaning to

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that's all my steel.....
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by Lemond75

Great collection you've got there Inox - always been a big fan of Casati. How would you compare the ride of the Espresso compared to the Inox?

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Lemond75 wrote:Great collection you've got there Inox - always been a big fan of Casati. How would you compare the ride of the Espresso compared to the Inox?


It is difficult to do a comparison between the two frames ( Inox XCr Stainless Steel & Espresso Spirit Steel ) Columbus XCr shares similar ride characteristics to the Spirit frame with a little more strength and a little more stiffness.
XCr is completley corrosion resistant and will outlast any other bike while still remaining a pleasure to ride every single time.- I am very satisfied.

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^nice. concorde 4 lyfe

my winter bike is steel. not light, but comfortable
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Here's my (second) Rychtarski. Not very light. But hopefully lots of fun. Can transform into different shapes with mounts for fenders, racks and all that.

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so nice. is it max? I really want a rychtarski... they're not overly expensive either

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