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Old 06-16-08, 01:04 PM
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Race ready Cross bike with...

Fender tabs and a rack mount?

Yep... I want it to pull double duty commuter/cruiser/urban assault then rip the extras off and commit lung sear in a Cross race on the weekends.

Thanks in advance for some rec's!!
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Originally Posted by Cynikal
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That's what I thought. But I went to my LBS and there was no rack mounts on the seat stay. Which is too bad, cause I liked the fit on that.
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I have used P clips for the seat stays. Mine has braze-ons for racks or fenders on the dropout. Additionall, you can use the hole on the bridge as a center mount. I think that Lemond started to make the poprad more 'racey" in recent years but mine is a few years old. The blue and white one (not sure of the year).
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