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    Where to get a pursuit frame

    Aside from eBay and craigslist where are some good places to pick up a pursuit frame? Looking for any steel frame with 650c fork and in 60cm. Anyone on here have one looking to unload?

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    I know this does'nt directly address your question, but have you look at the Affinity Lo Pro? It is dual 700c but that might fit you a little better considering you are looking for a 60 cm frame. City Grounds has one in 60 cm here. In any case, good luck.

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    have you tried ebay and craigslist?? sorry.6214_131998676583_691326583_3269104_6696565_n.jpg
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    I've been looking around for one as well. Affinity's Lo Pro is a great option considering the price point, if you can deal with the less-than-pursuit geometry. I cannot get one because the only size that fits me is in a dual 650c, but that's what I woud get if I was just a tad taller...

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    Check allofcraigs.com someone was just selling a vintage khs pursuit in 60cm with a 650 front wheel for a great price. I say be patient and keep a keen eye out and you'll get exactly what you want.

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    look up lowe's custom frames in san francisco,

    it cost around 1000 dollars for a frame and alpina fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lverhagen View Post
    I know this does'nt directly address your question, but have you look at the Affinity Lo Pro? It is dual 700c but that might fit you a little better considering you are looking for a 60 cm frame. City Grounds has one in 60 cm here. In any case, good luck.

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    Funny you should mention them because they're my absolute lease favourite 'pursuit' frames. something about them looks so wrong. they look so cramped. thanks though

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwdxbassist View Post
    Check allofcraigs.com someone was just selling a vintage khs pursuit in 60cm with a 650 front wheel for a great price. I say be patient and keep a keen eye out and you'll get exactly what you want.
    cool, haven't heard of it. although shipping from out of state/country on craigslist doesn't exactly seem like the safest way to go. i'll check it out thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilcryalotmore View Post
    look up lowe's custom frames in san francisco,

    it cost around 1000 dollars for a frame and alpina fork.
    Ya, I've seen their work online, looks incredible. But it's a little out of my price range, looking to spend around 5 for one. Plus I sort of want steel. I think they're around 850, no?

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    If lowes out of you price range and your looking for steel affinity is the way to go, aside from that its going to be kinda hard finding a steel pursuit frame for less than 8 bills Geekhouse might be able to fit that price range-might.

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