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Old 10-15-04, 11:38 AM
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Hi i have a alsys Bike frame i dont know much about it apart from it yellow and is very light. Its been in the shed for a long period of time (bout 1 yr), i need some information on the frame like how much they would cost. i am thiking of putting it on ebay but first want to lnow how much you will pay for it

here is a link to where the pictures are

http://www.alta.0catch.com/index.htm

on the frame the bike has names like

AlSYS
Icaro ExtraLight
K3-LX
Alluminio 7020
and some weird name like Pan Saliliene

so if you are interested in the Frame then reply to this message

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Old 08-03-09, 04:48 PM
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Hi
saw your post on Bike Forums re Alsys frame info. I know its been a long time but I would be interested inany info you may have found since.
I also have an Alsys frameset in off -white apart from the handwritten style name on the frame tube there are no other identifying marks .

The frame was owned and used by the UK National Hill climb champion Dave Clarke and I bought it third hand in early 2008.

I believe the frame was made in France and there was a cycle race team in the UK who was sponsored by a French Company called Alsys. They have since been aquired by another company.

Its a gorgeous frameset and very light I'd be interested to see a picture of yours.
best regards
Nick
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Old 08-06-09, 06:55 AM
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quick update in case anyone ever searches for this frame name.
I have discovered that the frame was made by a French frame builder called Andre Sabliere who by all accounts was a very highly respected and progressive frame builder. There was a sole importer called Sabliere Ltd based in the UK which seems to have ceased business. Several bicycle retailers have badged this frame in the past and there are a few still available in the UK.
Hope this is of some help to anyone researching AlSys frames.
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