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Old 07-23-12, 01:38 PM   #1
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Looking for 2 49-51cm Track Bikes

Looking for 2 49-51cm track bikes for some of our club Jrs. Haven't had much luck locating online, maybe someone here can help....Felt, Scott, Fuji, Cannondale...prefer modern and new or fairly new....

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Old 07-23-12, 02:49 PM   #2
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I've seen some tiny (650c) fuji bikes. Looks like felt, fuji, jamis for example make frames in your size range. TK3 for example makes a good entry level learner's bike...
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Saw some small sized off-brand track bikes on ebay.
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Looking for 2 49-51cm track bikes for some of our club Jrs. Haven't had much luck locating online, maybe someone here can help....Felt, Scott, Fuji, Cannondale...prefer modern and new or fairly new....

Ken

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Here in Australia - Hillbricks are a popular option for smaller junior sizes...
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Here in Australia - Hillbricks are a popular option for smaller junior sizes...
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I'll email you.
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Ended up with Cervelo T1s....
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