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    Columbus neuron

    Can anyone tell me about the Coppi neuron bikes, that are made of Columbus neuron tubing.
    It is steel right

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    Neuron is good tubing...

    had a Guerciotti once built of it...nice steel tubing:

    http://www3.sympatico.ca/mrgrumpy/randompics/tubes.gif

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    Columbus' Neuron tubes have high strength Nivachrome main tubes and Cyclex Cro-Mo stays (like the staditional SLX) and are a nicely butted, strong, light steel tubeset. Although not air-hardening, like Reynolds 853, Neuron and 853 bikes should have similar ride qualities (I love my 853 frame).

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