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Old 02.07.2012, 12:59
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MTB frame, Carbon vs Alumm.

In the market for a new bike and was thinking getting a carbon frame to support the weight penalty of a coil suspension. But I have heard all those horror stories of carbon frames breaking, true you hear of alumm frames breaking as well so all should be equal right?

Watch this video from Santa Cruz bicycles to find out.




I am now a believer in Carbon frames..........until I scratch it.
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Re: MTB frame, Carbon vs Alumm.

If you are serious - what about wood?

http://www.renovobikes.com/wood-seriously/
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Old 02.07.2012, 14:31
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If you are serious - what about wood?

http://www.renovobikes.com/wood-seriously/

Those are some nice bikes, but I need a fully.
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