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Orbea Zonal Frames

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MSRP : $600.00

Product Description

  • Triple-butted down tube for improved stiffness
  • Graphics are paint, not decals
  • Cable stops are riveted
  • 46-62cm, in 1cm increments, for the standard frame, and 48-62cm, in 1cm increments, for the sloping top tube version

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cinelli zonal

I can't find much on the cinelli experience frame. It has zonal tubing. Does anyone have experience with this frame or a similiar compact frame w/ zonal tubes? ride quality feel ect.. I am comming off a ill fit trek 1500(to big).Read More »

Columbus Zonal frame and forks, internal or integrated headset?

Hi guys... i have a Columbus Zonal frame and forks, and would love to have an issue sorted for me. My forks have these overblown plastic looking washers/spacers on either end with a thinner conventional metal washer to put into formed recesses in the frame before bolting everything up... these ar ... Read More »

Orbea Zonal?

Hello, Does anyone have one of these Orbeas? I am already getting a frame and just wondering if there is any trouble shooting tips or any problems anyone has had with the aluminum Orbeas... thanks in advance karlRead More »

Cinelli Proxima/GVHBike/Zonal v. Mercier Draco(Fuji Team)/bikesdirect/Xfusion

I went to my lbs and got fitted (a very smart thing to do). The bikes he had left were uninspiring or way out of my price range, but I found two online that would work based on my budget, size, and geometry needs. I am considering the Cinelli Proxima from Gary at GVHbikes and the Mercier Draco f ... Read More »

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