Closing up a few giant threads (still searchable) and opening this new one. Please post your Ebay carbon frame topics here. No shilling please- Classified Ads only cost $2.
I have that frame; frame 1190 grams; fork 380 grams (postal scale). Price is not bad when you consider that shipping is free (typically 75-100 bucks); A typical price for frame, fork and seat post is running around $380 (excluding handlebar; shipping); I would pass on the seat post and get a better one. Also, this frame is sold by three other sellers: carbonbicycle; 88bikefun and... I can't remember the other onechammons0007 said:I am new to the road bike buisness so i dont have any clue about terms used within the industry and would like to purchase a bike. but i like to tinker and was thinkin about assembling my first bike i was going to start with the frame and i found this one on ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/Carbon-Bike-Roa...dZViewItemQQptZRoad_Bikes?hash=item3a562d5e64 here is the item number (250553917028) and wanted some more experienced advie..... any advice would be appreciated and please dont flame because a begginer wants too build a bike
Yeah because carbon bars which are generic aren't gonna be as good as the generic cages, frames, forks...stevesbike said:that frame is more expensive than a lot of others and a lot of details are left out - such as frame & fork weight. I'd also stay away from generic carbon bars.
Getting ready to squeeze the trigger on one of these frames. Will update. The Kuota one seems to be calling my name. Any differances with the carbon weaves? Any advantages one over the other?Coolhand said:Closing up a few giant threads (still searchable) and opening this new one. Please post your Ebay carbon frame topics here. No shilling please- Classified Ads only cost $2.