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Motobecane Mirage Disc

Old 09-19-19, 03:15 PM
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Motobecane Super Mirage Disc

Looking at getting this as I wanted to try thru axels and disc brakes.But I can not find anything about the frame beyond basix geometry along the lines of stack and reach and firmness etc.

Anyone have insights?

An old thread I read said all of the The Mirage frames were identical that is the mirage pro The Mirage SL The Mirage sport were essentially the same frame.

Can anyone confirm this is still the case.

Thanks

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Looking at getting this as I wanted to try thru axels and disc brakes.But I can not find anything about the frame beyond basic geometry. I wanted information along the lines of stack and reach and firmness etc.

Anyone have insights?

An old thread I read said all of the The Mirage frames were identical that is the mirage pro The Mirage SL The Mirage sport were essentially the same frame.

Can anyone confirm this is still the case.

Thanks
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