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If they made an Encyclopaedia Britannica for cycling stuff, it'd be called divve.

So, is the Deda 108 tubeset aluminum then?
 

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No, it's completely carbon and sizing is custom according to your individual specification. Construction method is tube to tube joining and carbon wrapping. No lugs in the traditional sense. Estimated weight is 1080g for a 56cm frameset.
 

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there's a full article on cyclingnews now. 3 frames on the range from 1395 euros to 2995 euros. the top two frames are apparently custom made for the rider.. not sure how 'custom' that will actually be though.
 

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The Master Cylinder said:
Divve,

What other companies put their name on these frames? Are they available in the U.S?
I don't think you're going to like that answer much. In Europe Kona has a road bike called the King Zing. It's basically the same frame but with the top tube place in upside down orientation. http://www.konabikes.co.uk/2k6bikes/king_zing_2k6.php

Also the Condor Leggero with top tube upside down:
http://www.condorcycles.com/showBike.php?id=45

There's one big difference however, I don't think the above brands offer their framesets in custom geometry (both higher-end Ullrich models are custom btw.). The Ullrich bikes also can be built up with individually selected components listed on the website or purchased just as frameset only.

No dealership in the US as far as I know. You can however order direct from them.
 
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