Last edited by kevin323; 08-23-12 at 11:31 PM.
Look under the bottom bracket and see if there's a serial number. That would help the most. Rear dropouts seem decent quality, but that doesn't necessarily mean a notable brand always.
Dude, gotta replace the tires and seatpost ASAP. That black is killing the look.
I think the black accents look cool, myself.
Looks like the same bike that 951 guy got duped into buying.
Who needs a sig....oh wait.
Sweet VISP brah.
yeah, i was looking at them yesterday, theres a guy on craigslist that sells them for 25 and im going to get one in the next couple days
yea its looks alot like it but the top of the seat tube, right under the top tube isnt curved , thats the thing that sucks about my frame is that it looks like it can be alot of brands
thanks alot man, sorry im a newbie as you can already tell lol
oH I forGot This IS A English ClAsS lol
'11 allez Comp, very specialized & '09 Pinarello Pista, that only turns left
It doesn't hurt any less, you just go faster
All bull**** aside what would you guys value the frame and the fork alone? They are both in excellent shape, the fork is carbon fiber
Now cut the price in half because it's used.
You can buy a brand new visp frameset for less than $200. It's not like a newest 3.0 frame is a gem either, so the trade was just about right. If you were looking to cash out on this frameset, you could maybe get $100 if you were patient. (and put cinelli stickers on it)