De Rosa Corum Frames

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MSRP : $2500.00


Product Description

CORUM? steel and passion! A modern interpretation of steel, thanks to artisan construction techniques using TIG welding and the use of 18MCDV6 alloy steel. This particular alloy allows for the use of thin-walled, oversized tubing to acheive a very light and stiff steel frame. The CORUM frame is available in 30 sizes and can also be made to measure, customizing both the regular geometry and the slope. The Corum fork is lightweight and shock-reducing carbon. . -TIG welded all steel construction. -Integrated headset -Full carbon fork



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2010 DeRosa Corum – Steel in the Peloton

Nice little article about the new Corum: [URL="http://reviews.roadbikereview.com/blog/quick-take-2010-derosa-corum-steel-in-the-peloton/"]2010 DeRosa Corum – Steel in the Peloton[/URL]Read More »

Used Corum Anyone?

Sure I watch the classifieds, but if anyone here has a Corum frame from 09/00 that they are looking to get rid of, let me know!Read More »

DeRosa Corum SL

I got this 2005 Corum since 2007 and started to build a "SL" version. I was first intent to make it well around 15 lbs.Read More »

DeRosa Corum vs. Strong vs Colnago Master X-lite

They are all around the same price point give or take... what would you choose and why?Read More »

Corum

I ordered this Corum from Como in January and just received a few days ago. Really didn't like the stock color choices of Blue or White. Many of you have those really cool vintage De Rosa's in Red that I had to go with it. It took about 6-7 weeks total. I debated over a 57 traditional and a 52 s ... Read More »

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