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    Doug.

    Hello.
    Having bought a Chinese carbon frame,forks and bars etc.
    Assembled the bike (road)
    I am delighted with it.
    Now the question ????

    Is carbon fibre as strong as alloy. ?

    If yes,very good, if no,what should I be careful about when riding and maintaining ?
    Thank you
    Doug.

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    I lost my phone number. Can I have yours?

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    what an odd time to ask that question? show us the bike!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug.
    If yes,very good, if no,what should I be careful about when riding and maintaining ?
    Thank you
    Doug.
    Don't expose it to light, or it'll assplode. The manual on my BMC says so, so it must be true!
    I have a single track mind

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    'brifter' is a lame word.
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    what kind of alloy? aluminum? steel? ti? they're all "alloys" you know...and by weight carbon is stronger in some ways than all of them.
    I work for some bike racers
    I've got some bikes, some guns,
    and a bunch of skateboards

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    one or two s's?

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