Let's let BF decide...
guerch oddly splits up guer chot ti.
SRAM + SM Regal = class.
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I guess I need to go find myself a garage tomorrow. and before I get too much grief, it is a masi fixed gear, but in the fore ground there is a 105 specialized allez comp, that I am debating a set of open pro wheels for.
Last edited by c0urt; 10-05-10 at 07:42 PM.
I guess i do have a website http://iwentoutside.com/
how about that
sram is better, but ultegra might better fit a taiwanese guerciotti.
Last edited by NEO Dan; 10-05-10 at 09:24 PM.
Google fellas - they don't make all their frames it's not economically feasible. I guess they could make this aluminum frame in house but why? They do buy carbon frames and sell them as there own. Is painting a frame enough to claim it's made in house?
having an english bottom bracket while the rest of the line doesnt is odd.
in whatever factory across the globe, theres no questions that guericotti didnt make that frame, but if this is the first time the rule that a frame with a website url on it must be made in taiwan has failed me, that aluminum apparently tigged together by well rested italians still ought to have sram.
Interesting. I have read in several different places that Dedacciai frames and tubing come from Taiwan, it didn't stop me from buying a Dedacciai carbon fork to try this morning though.
I preferred the look of the Sram...
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I think I've posted this previously, but there have been a number of changes. Most recently the wheels. The only original parts are the frame and the brakes.
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Great looking bike!