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    Folsom City Blues...
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    Question Kelly Bone Stock...

    I haven't been able to find much information other then on the Kelly Bicycle website. I would appreciate any information on the Kelly Bone Stock frame and fork. I have a line on a new one, but would like to hear from those that own one or know of their quality...

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    Kelly went out of business a few months ago. They were blowing out all their inventory and I almost made a 3 hr drive to the factory for their final closing sale. My brother has a Kelly cross frame. It's a nice frame. They were high-end.

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    Great bikes I owned two. Both have been sold, the fact that I sold my SS mtb still bugs me. I was between sizes on the Bone stock or I would probably own one now.

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    nice hand made steel

    what else can we say. oh 853 tubing usually
    one nation, under surveillance with liberty and justice for few

    still not figgering on biggering

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    Red face nice bike

    I have owned one since 2004 with 10000 miles on it. Yes they are no longer in business not sure why its a great bike. Made out of OX Platinum steel ,my size 55 wt.3.5lbs with all my stuff on it 21lbs. With Brooks saddle and 32 spoke open pros this bike is a pleasure to ride and if not much climbing is on the ride this is the one I will be on. Because it has some flex I will choose my carbon bike if in the hills that day.I just returned from a 500 mile ride with less than 10000 ft. of climbing on the Kelly. If you are looking at steel the Kelly is nice.

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