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    Dedacciai Nero Corsa Frame

    this seems to be a fairly inexpensive way to enter the world of carbon framesets. any opinions?



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    Can you narrow down what bike you are talking about? Deda is a tubing producer, and provide to various bike manufacturers. How about providing a link to the bike you are considering?

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    a friend of mine just built a ribble nero corsa bike. He likes it a lot. So do I, it looks very nice once it's built up.

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    have a look: http://www.probikekit.com/display.php?code=J8019

    i read somewhere that they sold this to a few manufacturers who put their name on the frame.

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    Looks good. It has a tall head tube for the length of the top tube. The seat tube is steep (the medium has as 74 degree angle) which increases the effective top tube length. Nice and light. If it fits, I don't see how you could do better for $650.

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    take a look at www.ribblecycles.co.uk, ribble nero corsa only 400 british pounds there...

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