List of disc frames available as F&F, rather than (just) a full bike?

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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maddog 2
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by maddog 2

I'm putting together a list of carbon road frames (not CX/gravel) available to buy*.
So far I have:

- Canyon Ultimate CF SL and CF SLX, and
- Endurace CF SL and CF SLX

- Colnago C60 disc and V1-r disc

- Parlee Altum disc and Z Zero disc

- Hongfu FM066 and FM079

- Reilly 600SLD

- Trek Domane SL and SLR

- Alchemy?

Any others?

[*UK, mech gears]

by Weenie


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Ribble Endurance, Planet X RTD-80 and -90

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CAAD12
Cannondale HM SuperSix
TCR Adv Pro Disc / Advanced SL (frameset availability dependant on country)

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BRM
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by BRM

maddog 2 wrote:I'm putting together a list of carbon road frames (not CX/gravel) available to buy*.


For what reason?

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maddog 2
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by maddog 2

because I need a new F&F and don't really want to buy a whole bike and split it.

If the F&F isn't financially a good idea then I'll do the bike split thing but I'd prefer not to.

TCR Adv Pro is one of my favourites - US has it frame only but unfortunately the UK doesn't. Hopefully this will change for the 2018 bikes.

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by Fixie82

Velocite Syn
Filament by Craddock
Ridley Noah Disc
Sarto
Storck Aernario Disc
Olympia Leader
Boardman Elite SLR Disc

As a start.

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maddog 2
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by maddog 2

cheers fixie

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Canyon Ultimate EVO.

Really want someone to buy one of these to see what it's like :P

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by silvalis

Bianchi infinito CV
Colnago CX Zero Disc (still availabe in places)
Curve Belgie Ti Disc
Kinesis Aithein Disc
Kinesis 4S Disc
Lots of Lynskeys...
Specialized Tarmac
Specialized Roubaix

Shouldn't you figure out your geometry first?

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by mrtkcmz

don't forget Giant Propel and TCR

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maddog 2
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by maddog 2

Shouldn't you figure out your geometry first?


I know what I'm looking for geo-wise, yes.

I had a HongFu 066 until recently (written off in an accident) so I'm putting together ideas for the next build.

Just to clarify, it's carbon frames I'm looking at.

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Fixie82 wrote:...
Filament by Craddock
...

Thanks Fixie82, here's the link http://www.filamentbikes.com/road-disc/

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Pinarello Dogma F8 Disk (F10 not available in disc).


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BRM
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by BRM

Better update the startpost with relevant specific information,
so you prevent that people come with all kinds of options you can't use.

mention:
-Geo / handling / purpose of bike
-Material
-Max budget
-Other requirements

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maddog 2
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by maddog 2

road bike, carbon, no budget restrictions, mech gears, UK sourced.

can be flatmount or PM but the former is preferred. 28mm clearance is fine.

geo is equivalent to a M/L TCR Advanced: 398 reach, 567 stack, 570 ETT, that kind of thing. Don't worry about this - I'll check the geo. It's just options I need at this stage :wink:

by Weenie


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