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Old 12-05-07, 01:19 PM   #1
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drop bar, discbrake, 700c, off the peg

Just collecting links for my own future reference

trek portland - http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes...land/portland/

cannondale cross xr7 - http://www.cannondale.com/bikes/08/c...del-8XR7C.html

Brodie Ronin '09 - http://www.brodiebikes.com/2009/bikes/ronin.php
Brodie Ronin '08 - http://www.brodiebikes.com/2008/2008_bikes/ronin.php

rocky mountain solo cxd - http://www.bikes.com/main+en+01_102+...tml?BIKE=606#2

kona sutra - http://www.konaworld.com/08_sutra_w.htm
Kona Sutra - http://www.konaworld.com/09_sutra_en.cfm
Kona Dew Drop - http://www.konaworld.com/09_dewdrop_en.cfm

Orbea Diem Drop Disc (2009) - http://www.orbea.com/en-gb/productos...icicletas.aspx (see road bikes > fitness > diem drop disc)

focus cross disc - http://www.focusbikesuk.com/focuscyc...cross_disc.php
focus mares disc 2009 - http://www.focusbikesuk.com/focuscyc...mares_disc.php

Devinci Caribou2 (2009) - http://www.devinci.com/11628_an.html

Raleigh USA Sojourn (2009) - http://www.raleighusa.com/bikes/road/sojourn/

Rei Novara buzz road bike (2009) - http://www.rei.com/product/779985

rotwild rs1cx - http://www.rotwild.de/en/ (street bikes section)

Fixie Inc. Pureblood - http://www.cycles-for-heroes.com/bik...oss/pure-blood
fixie inc. pureblood - http://www.cycles-for-heroes.com/200...pureblood.html

Salsa la Cruz - http://www.salsacycles.com/laCruzComp08.html
Salsa Fargo - http://www.salsacycles.com/fargoComp09.html

Opus Sentiero - http://opusbike.com/site_route.php?lang=en (see 2009 bikes > road > cyclocross)

Genesis Croix de Fer - http://www.genesisbikes.co.uk/series/croix_de_fer

BikesDirect Motobecane Fantom Cross Outlaw - http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/...ane/outlaw.htm

Baron bicycles - http://baronbicycles.com/spec.htm

Marin bikes toscana - http://www.marin.co.uk/2009/bikedeta...?ModNo=3965-1F

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http://www.raleighusa.com/items.asp?deptid=5&itemid=427

http://www.rei.com/product/744808?vcat=REI_SEARCH

http://www.co-motion.com/Amerc.html (disc optional)

Schwinn and Redline used to make these kind of bikes.
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Nice listing (followed a link from another thread). These make me want to sell off my Bad Boy Disc.
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Nice listing (followed a link from another thread). These make me want to sell off my Bad Boy Disc.
thanks - you could change the bar, stem and shifters or use some of these

http://www.kinetics.org.uk/html/853_commuter.shtml

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Would the Salsa LaCruz http://www.salsacycles.com/laCruzComp08.html
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Would the Salsa LaCruz http://www.salsacycles.com/laCruzComp08.html
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sort of - I only listed the complete bikes - there are a lot of frames out there (redline, salsa, kinesis, etc.) that are 700c with disc tabs. If you could add a list of the frame only options to the bottom of this or your post that'd be awesome!

edit: doh! just checked their website and the la Cruz is a complete bike.
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Frame only, disc tab, 700c/29"/622etrto

Salsa Dos Niner - http://www.salsacycles.com/dosniner08.html
Salsa el Maricahi - http://www.salsacycles.com/mariachi08.html
Salsa Mamasita - http://www.salsacycles.com/mamasita08.html
Salsa las Cruces - http://www.salsacycles.com/lascruces08.html
Salsa la Cruz - http://www.salsacycles.com/laCruz08.html

redline conquest ti elite frame - http://www.redlinebicycles.com/adult...uest-Ti-LG.jpg

kinesis R226-2004 - http://www.kinesis.com.tw/products_frame_r226-2004.htm

voodoo cycles wazoo - http://www.voodoocycles.net/07_wazoo.htm
voodoo cycles canzo - http://www.voodoocycles.net/07_canzo29.htm
voodoo cycles aizan - http://www.voodoocycles.net/07_aizan.htm
voodoo cycles dambala - http://www.voodoocycles.net/07_dambala.htm

kona exponent - http://www.konaworld.com/frames_landing.htm

moots mooto-x 29er - http://www.moots.com/#/product/bicyc.../mooto-x_29er/
moots mooto xz - http://www.moots.com/#/product/bicycles/mtb/mooto_xz/

niner bikes (they're all 700c/29"/622etrto) - http://www.ninerbikes.com/showroom.html

soma fabrications juice 29 - http://www.somafab.com/juice29.html

Singular Cycles (two 29"/700c frames, one with EBB) - http://www.singularcycles.com/bikes.htm

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What is this "off the peg"?
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What is this "off the peg"?
No custom frame and/or equipped as standard, i.e., you don't have to add anything. It comes from off the peg/rack/hanger clothes as opposed to tailored/custom, I think.

There are/were a few bikes that were "disc ready" because the manufacturer chickened out of actually specifying and equipping discbrakes. These're next to useless if you're looking for something you can ride away from the shop immediately.
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Brodie have dropped one of the '07 disc brake models for a canti model
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bump - need to update the frame only list

note to self - planetX 700c disc frame
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rocky mountain sherpa 10 for 2008 no longer have disc brakes. At least the Canadian catalogue doesn't have it anymore.
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Thanks - they changed the drop bar, disc option to the solo cxd for 2008.
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Just found you a new one.
Opus Sentiero Cross bike
dropouts have Disc + Rack + Fender mounts
Tiagra drive train 9sp and road compact double 50/34 so one could easily swap the RD and cassette to use a MTB 11-34 cassette.

Not sure what is the fattest tyre it can accept. I found it at my LBS, so I'll go back with a caliper along with a test ride, see how it does

add: at least 700x45mm with some clearance left over. Probably up to 40mm with fenders will fit just fine. frame was too large for me, sigh.
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Kona Dew Drop also meets these qualifications for about $400 less than the Sutra.
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oo nice find
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oo nice find
thanks - I received an invite to the Cycle Show trade only day - lots of bling and many, many useful products out there.
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oh cool. im glad the one you found is available in the UK too! and somewhere where it can be test ridden (evans).

any other gems you saw?
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oh cool. im glad the one you found is available in the UK too! and somewhere where it can be test ridden (evans).

any other gems you saw?
Unfortunately no camera (yes, I'm an eeedjit)

dia-compe make a combination one finger/two finger brake (you use it on one side like a goldfinger and the other like a standard brake lever) as well as a load of other useful stuff
extrawheel bike trailers
"singular cycles" frames
hebie chainglider are even more awesome than I'd previously thought (I didn't realise you don't even have to touch the drive train to install it - no mess, no fuss)
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BHPC.org.uk had a suprisingly big stand with some cool faired bents, a velokraft nocom (turns out they supply some marshals and timing people for battle mountain every year) and I think I saw Mike Burrows at the stand
Black Diamond Sabbath - saw it in the flesh. Very nice!
A company that has a similar setup to the Koga Miyata semi-custom tourer (the cool difference was their bike trailer which mounts onto bosses built into the frame)

Loads of other stuff (most of which you'd see in either eurobike or interbike pictures) including Theo Bos' and Shanaze Reed's olympic bikes on the shamino stand.

http://www.cycleshow.co.uk/ - tickets still available for Fri, Sat, Sun, I think

edit: also had an argument with the marketing geek from brompton about frames/handlebars/rear triangles/forks breaking, merc bikes (yes - we sold them the rights, no - we had a falling out and want our stuff back) and disc brakes. Finally got him to admit that "I'm not technical but if you want to talk to the engineer about breakages and disc brakes then he'll be back in 5min"
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well clearly that bike was the best find!
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