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Old 05-12-08, 06:55 AM   #1
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Thorn Cycles or similar....

Would love to set up a commuter using the Thorn Sport Tour frame. It seems a little difficult to obtain one from Thorn/SJS Cycles. They don't offer the US as a destination on the SJS Website.

Is my only option to go through Harris Cyclery?

Is there another steel frame comparable in geometry to the Sport Tour? It seems I could almost buy a custom frame of a US hand made framebuilder for the same cost.

Any ideas?
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I've purchased stuff from St John Street Cycles in the past. No problem.

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