A simple, classic, steel tubed, lugged construction road bike.
Fork sold separately.
Lovely slim steel tubes, beautiful lugs, classic geometry, classic looks and a classic ride. Well they do - if you want to pay a couple of thousand for a lovely custom one and wait months if not years. We're changing that with the introduction of the Osprey. Just a simple, classic, steel tubed, lugged construction road bike - with clearance for big tyres and mudguards.
-Full lugged construction with custom drawn double butted 4130 cro-mo steel
-Clearance for 28mm tyres with mudguards
-Braze ons for mudguard and rack mounting
-Internally routed rear brake cable
-For use with long reach (57mm) brakes
-Choice of 1" threaded or threadless fork - sold separately
-Bottom pull 28.6mm band type front derailleur
-68mm British threaded bottom bracket shell
-130mm rear spacing 27.2mm seat post
-2.1kg (4.5lbs) in M size
Frame Sizes: Extra Large - 60cm, Large - 57cm, Medium - 54cm,
Small - 50cm
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are these bags even comparable?
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same cost and both have hydration
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