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Old 07-12-04, 10:14 PM   #1
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Soulcraft anyone?

what're your thoughts about soulcraft's bikes? anyone raced on one? against one? etc.
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Old 07-12-04, 11:26 PM   #2
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soulcraft is the frames you can get on ebay correct?

not soul cycles i'm assuming..
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Old 07-13-04, 12:41 AM   #3
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haha, no no. they're a custom shop made by a couple of guys from Salsa.

http://www.soulcraftbikes.com/
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Ohhhh... that may be what i've been looking for!
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I love my Soulcraft!! I'm quite short, and being that it's custom, it's the only bike I've ever ridden that truly fits me. Worth every penny. Matt and Sean rock!
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Not a racer here ...yet, I've been hit twice by cars and have ridden 6 times from San Francisco to Los Angeles on my Soulcraft Custom Road Bike (Champy Chorus Groupo 10 Speed) ...and it's still going strong.

Owned a Salsa before the Soulcraft. And now, I'd give all my money to Soulcraft! Good local "Petaluma people! Great Custom Frames.

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Alan Coats, a local Bay Area racer, won masters 35+ a few years ago when he raced for Soulcraft. I think every frame they make now, is custom.
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