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Thoughts on Breezer Radar Pro Frameset?

Old 06-06-18, 11:54 AM
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Thoughts on Breezer Radar Pro Frameset?

Breezer Bikes - RADAR PRO FRAME - Bike Overview for frameset
Breezer Bikes - RADAR EXPERT - Bike Details for complete bike

Looks like an interesting new frameset from Breezer. Designed as a adventure/touring bike, but seems to be leveled at bike packing as well.

Space for 2.1 inch tires!
Five bottle mounts
Disk brake
only $499 MSRP

But hardly any details, not even weight!
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Radar is long in the TT for all sizes (even XS has 57cm ETT). Breezer-style rear dropouts can interfere with the fitment of racks and trailers.

Surly LHT/DT is more likely to fit someone well at same cost.
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Maxway Ltd TW, is likely who made it , a big OEM builder for many of the steel brands you see..
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Seems like a good budget option for gravel/dirt/unpaved overnights.
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Originally Posted by seeker333
Radar is long in the TT for all sizes (even XS has 57cm ETT). Breezer-style rear dropouts can interfere with the fitment of racks and trailers.

Surly LHT/DT is more likely to fit someone well at same cost.
I will second this - if you plan to use dropbars, this frame will produce much more stretch than comparable frames designed for dropbars.
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I like mine a lot so far (Breezer RADAR Expert). Logged about 300 miles. 1 loaded overnight tour. Leaving tomorrow for 7 to 9 days or so through upstate New York.
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Give us a review please!

Have fun! A review would be great.

Originally Posted by volvostephen
I like mine a lot so far (Breezer RADAR Expert). Logged about 300 miles. 1 loaded overnight tour. Leaving tomorrow for 7 to 9 days or so through upstate New York.
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