Old 10-08-20, 06:04 AM
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I believe I have seen Competition 300 back in the day and thought they were aluminum frames, but I have been wrong too often.

As T-Mar said another way, your risk is likelihood times consequence. Short of having the tube non-destructively tested for metal thickness you do not know the likelihood of failure on your next ride and the consequence of a failure might be high unless you just slowly cruise your block.
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