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Old 10-10-05, 02:09 PM   #1
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Any experience of Everti or Spicer


I'm looking for a cross frame, thinking maybe a Spicer or an Everti (used to be Epic).
This may be my only frame for the next year or so, and I figure it might be worth spending the extra on a titanium frame (Al shakes me to bits, and I've had a few steel bikes, want the extra comfort). The bike is likely to be used for everything, bit of off road, commuting, some decent road miles, a couple of crits, even a cross race or two.
Any opinions or experience?
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Old 10-30-05, 12:18 AM   #2
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Spicer is a great shop. I just bought a bike from them and had terrific service. Gene Spicer is a really nice guy who answered all my questions. He was very helpful in picking out components for the bike and never once tried to upsell me to more expensive components. Highly recomended.
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