they must have licenced the split blade tech from oval(john cobb?)
and where's the rear brakes on the Dean? speaking of brakes, Jamis
did a nicer of hiding the front brake behind the fork on the Xenith
T series(although they didn't use the split bladed fork.)
where's all the wind tunnel test data when you need it?
That Dean is so hot. Split blades on the fork and seatstays, that aggressive forward sloping toptube. It's sexy. Reminds me of the Bianchi Crono carbon, which is probably still my favorite looking frame (that I can't afford quite yet).
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