Douglas Precision Frames

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Product Description

Frame: Lightweight, cold-worked, shaped 6AL/4V titanium with 1 1/8” integrated head tube. Lifetime warranty. Frame Weight (53cm): 2.5 lbs. Fork: Reynolds Ouzo Pro carbon. Features: Oversized, multi-sided top tube and down tube, 6/4 cable stops, drop-outs and brake bridge, engraved Douglas logo on head tube. Sizes: 49-61cm. center to top.

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Italian in Paris or Swiss Precision ??

Looking at discounted Paris with Chorus vs SLR01 with Sram. Both discounted older models so the SLR01 is not the 2014 model which has fantastical reviews. Anyone have experience of either or both ? I think the Paris looks like a very good bike. So does the BMC. Price is about the same. Comments welc ... Read More »

Trek Precision Fit

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Precision shifting

Hey What, in your opinion/knowledge, is the element in a bike's anatomy that holds more responsability to precisely shift? I'm under the impression that if you have reasonable quality derailleurs and controls, with the ability to stay tuned, cables that after the first rides keep static, it al ... Read More »

Kirk Precision brought Back to the Future

Finally brought a 1988 Kirk Precision back to the future and here's the result. Rides almost as nice as my Look 595 which was a complete shock as everyone said they ride like crap. Other than a bit of flex in the headtube area, 300 miles later all I can really say negatively about it, is that it's a ... Read More »

Douglas Precision Plus

After 10 years out of the saddle (motorcycle accident), I have finally decided to get back on the road. [IMG][/IMG] I took my 8spd Ultegra Specialized Allez Pro in for a Tune Up and Repairs, and after a $400-$600 estimate I did what ... Read More »

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