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All Road/Gravel Aluminum Framesets

Old 11-01-17, 07:49 AM
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All Road/Gravel Aluminum Framesets

Hey all, I have been looking at the Sonder Camino frameset (unable to post URL due to first post), and I'm just wondering if anyone has any ideas for other, similar framesets, rather than complete bikes. I have a very healthy parts bin, so I'm not looking for a complete bike, and I want aluminum for corrosion resistance and lightness. I am very much aware of aluminum's ride qualities, it's a conscious decision and I already own a steel bike.

Aluminum with aluminum or carbon forks (or no forks)
*Disc Brakes
Clearance for 700x40 and/or 650x47 tires
Fender mounts (Rack mounts would be nice, but are not essential)
US $400-$500
Able to be shipped internationally to the Asia-Pacific/Oceania Regions

Thanks in advance for any good tips!

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Pretty hard to beat the Camino for the price. Good spec and frame geo for a gravel/bikepacking bike.

It was on my shortlist some time ago.
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