Dare Bikes TSRf tt/tri

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FreshlySqueezed
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by FreshlySqueezed

Hi

I’m in the market for a tt/tri bike and have been sent info on this

https://www.dare-bikes.com/tsr/design

Anyone know anything about them?

Cheers

Fs

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FreshlySqueezed
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by FreshlySqueezed

So after a fair bit of back n forth I purchased what I believe to be the only one in the country ( see attached ). Very pleased with the finish of the bike, the way it was shipped and all the associated bunf that came with it. Even with the VAT and Duty the price is still very competitive.
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Gunnar
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by Gunnar

I dig the look, nice colorscheme aswell. Do you know how much it weights?

FreshlySqueezed
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by FreshlySqueezed

I have a size M. With Favero Assioma duo's it comes in at 9.43kg

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onemanpeloton
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by onemanpeloton

that looks very smart indeed!
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MechMitch
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by MechMitch

is it just me or can you not see the prices or order a bike?

brusselsprouts
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by brusselsprouts

Looks spiffy. Really digging the combination of blacks with that yellow/orange - just the perfect hue I might add.

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by Marin

Are these open-mould frames?

Suspicious pushing of the thread by new forum members is suspicious :D

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by moonoi

Marin wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:32 am
Are these open-mould frames?

Suspicious pushing of the thread by new forum members is suspicious :D
Nope, there's a write up of them on Bike Radar, seen a few around here in Thailand as well, but not that popular, you'll notice the OP originally asked a question about them back in Jan, got zero response and then posted back this week having bought one anyway, don't see that as pushing of the thread

https://www.bikeradar.com/news/dare-bik ... -heard-of/

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by Marin

moonoi wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:54 am
Marin wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:32 am
Are these open-mould frames?

Suspicious pushing of the thread by new forum members is suspicious :D
Nope, there's a write up of them on Bike Radar, seen a few around here in Thailand as well, but not that popular, you'll notice the OP originally asked a question about them back in Jan, got zero response and then posted back this week having bought one anyway, don't see that as pushing of the thread

https://www.bikeradar.com/news/dare-bik ... -heard-of/
Ok, thanks for the heads up! The bike sure looks good.

Discodan
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by Discodan

It’s good to see there’s some substance behind them but it’s not telling us if they are open mould or not. The aero bike in particular seems very generic but then don’t they all these days


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moonoi
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by moonoi

Discodan wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 1:12 pm
but it’s not telling us if they are open mould or not.


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The Bike Radar article I linked specifically states they are not open mold in the 2nd paragraph....

alcatraz
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by alcatraz

I spent 5 min trying to find the frame on the chinese websites unsuccessfully. I still get a vibe that it's open mould. Can't proove it though.

How much is it?

It looks good in general. My only gripe is with the design of the seatstay.

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