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    I'm interested in buying a Rossin frame and fork

    I'm currently looking around for a nice steel Rossin (frame and fork) in mint to very decent condition.

    I'm not up on the various frame geometries and steel tube materials but I do know my ideal frame size and geometry.

    Which Rossin models and materials were considered ideal to have for various types of riding (climbing, sprinting, multi-hour rides)...which looks more like I need an Italian stage racing geometry?

    Once I know the models and materials I can see if they're a good fit for me. And then there's condition and price. My size is 54 cm c-t-c for both top and seat tubes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nostromo View Post
    I'm currently looking around for a nice steel Rossin (frame and fork) in mint to very decent condition.

    I'm not up on the various frame geometries and steel tube materials but I do know my ideal frame size and geometry.

    Which Rossin models and materials were considered ideal to have for various types of riding (climbing, sprinting, multi-hour rides)...which looks more like I need an Italian stage racing geometry?

    Once I know the models and materials I can see if they're a good fit for me. And then there's condition and price.


    Here a Rossin frame and fork for sale http://www.giroditaliadepoca.eu/inde...-telaio-rossin.
    It is mine: fine conditions and good bike but it is in Italy ...

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