Does this mean the steel/carbon Spine Design frames will be replaced by aluminum/carbon? Or that they'll offer both combos?no-1 said:and spline Al/Carbon frames...not Steel/Carbon.
Same story for the Buenos Aires. I was disappointed to see the 2006 Sarthe and BA are wearing Shimano, and luckily was able to find an unsold 2005 Buenos Aires in my size. (Although I must say: while I really like the Creamsicle orange of the 2005 Sarthe, I'm not sure I at all like the same color on the 2006 BA, so I'm glad I was able to find the yellow 2005 variant).no-1 said:although no more campy on Lemonds.
( last years Sarth were the last ones to have campy components..so sad.)
chrislh said:forget Lemond, he talked junk about lance;the poster boy for american cycling. I would never buy a Lemond bike. I would however ride one if i was sponsored. Just go buy a trek, it is the same company but as long as greg doesn't make any money i'm happy with it.
I don't see the physical resemblance??pjr said:I hate to say this...
But dosen't that bike resemble the BMC pro machine.