Dean Ultimate Bicycles Randonneur Touring Bike

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Product Description

Feel free to hit the pavement or gravel on the Rando. - it's built for both. We design the Rando. with extra chainstay and fork clearance allows for the use of 700 x 23, 25, 28, 30, 32, 35 and 37c tires (long reach caliper design specific). Each frame is Handcrafted from 3/2.5 seamless, cold worked, stress relieved titanium. Features custom gauged oversized and ultra light tubing throughout that's fine tuned specifically to the riders needs. Lots of options available on the Rando so check out all the offering on our options page. Every frame is crafted to perfection at our facility in Boulder, CO.

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Cyclist shot on randonneur ride (BC)

I'm at the other end of the country but this is appalling news, thankfully the rider was not killed. [url=]B.C. randonneur cyclist shot during Cache Creek 600 - British Columbia - CBC News[/ ... Read More »

Vittoria Randonneur Pro VS Continental Touring Plus

[COLOR=#000000][FONT=arial]Hi, The past few days I have been trying to decide upon good [COLOR=#FF0000][B]touring[/B][/COLOR] tires 700*37C or 38C And Finally shortlisted to [COLOR=#FF0000][B]Vittoria[/B][/COLOR] [COLOR=#FF0000][B]Randonneur[/B][/COLOR] [B][COLOR=#ff0000]Pro[/COLOR][/B] VS [COLOR=# ... Read More »

Help me create a rear light mount for an Arkel Randonneur rack

I have an Arkel bag and rack. I usually clip the light to the bag, but it aims downward a bit, so I'm not getting the full effect of the light. Looking to create a very solid mount for the rack: [url=]Arkel Randonneur Rack - ... Read More »

Randonneur Patrick Plaine

A video of one of Patrick Plaines' last rides. [video][/video]Read More »

Vittoria Randonneur vs Armadillo vs Gatorskin?

Hi all, thanks in advance for your comments. I just ordered a Windsor Fens from BD and would like to replace the tires right from the get go, since I've read mostly negatives about the Michelins they come with. And I understand I may want to replace the wheels as well, but that expense will have to ... Read More »

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