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    Frame search

    Is there a production aluminum frame with track ends, canti bosses and rack mounts? Something like the Iro Rob Roy but not steel.

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    how about the jamie roy?

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    i have definately seen one... lemme think about it...

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    nice frame but sadly no canti bosses

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    Check out Surly.

    The Karate Monkey has trackends.

    The Crosscheck has horizontal dropouts.

    Both gots canti bosses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veggiemafia
    Check out Surly.

    Both gots canti bosses.
    But neither are aluminum.

    The Van Dessel Country Road Bob is aluminum with cantis and track ends.

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    why so set on aluminum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brunning
    why so set on aluminum?
    Steel bikes are fine. I like aluminum better purely for the stiffness and weight.

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