mudguard friendly frames?

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daj
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mudguard friendly frames?

Postby daj » Sun Nov 11, 2012 14:48 pm

Starting trawling ebay for a winter ride with the exception of the purpose "winter" bikes such as Ribble was just thinking maybe an older bargain could be had that will comfortably fit guards? Such as a Allez or Similar?

Any other ideas? :D

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Re: mudguard friendly frames?

Postby MajorMantra » Sun Nov 11, 2012 15:13 pm

It's another purpose built one, but you can sometimes find old Kinesis frames (TK2 etc.) fairly cheap.

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Re: mudguard friendly frames?

Postby thecycleclinic » Sun Nov 11, 2012 16:47 pm

Tifosi CK7 has muduard eyes but you may find it hard to find a second hand one. New they are only a bit over £200 for the frame only.
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