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Gios Carbon Frames

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $1295.00

Product Description

Featuring carbon rear stays mated to proprietary Dedacciai V107 Aluminum for the ultimate in ride quality, low weight and Italian craftsmanship. Gradually tapered headtube incorporates the latest integrated headset technology in a subtle, elegant fashion.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by David a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: June 27, 2007

Strengths:    climbs and sprints

Weaknesses:    cable guides

Bottom Line:   
This is by far the best kept secret in cycling frames. Why pay $5,000+ for the same quality as others? Gios frames are top of the line and this bike handles, climbs and sprints well. Just ask pros like the Relax cycling team in Spain.

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Favorite Ride:   Any where there's hills.

Price Paid:    $3500.00

Purchased At:   Excel Sports

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Carbon Frame Damage

I am trying to determine if I need worry about some frame damage on the seatstay near the rear dropout on a 3-year-old Raleigh RXC carbon cyclocross frame. Anyone know how the aluminum dropout is attached to the carbon stay and if the damage shown in the pictures is or isn't a problem? I am assuming ... Read More »

Does carbon shoes go soft over time?

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Differences in carbon layups/manufacturing

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New carbon frame with older components (crankset question)

I'm seriously considering picking up a carbon frame and transferring my 9-speed DA7700 group. The new frame has a 68mm English threaded BB, so I'll need to choose a new BB and crank. I've been looking at Shimano cranks, wanting to stay with a 53/39 130 bcd. With the new proprietary Shimano 4-bolt p ... Read More »

Done (I think) with Look Keoblade Carbon Pedals...

The darn squeaking noise is driving me nuts. I've tried many of the suggested tips on how to potentially quiet them down, but none have really worked or lasted. I've had my local mechanic confirm that the squeak was coming from the pedals and not anything else. Although they worked fine initially an ... Read More »

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