Posted on: August 10, 2009
dave360 said on August 10, 2009
Is the 890mm stem for Crazy Legs?
scruff said on August 10, 2009
Chromag seat QRs are superb. Never gets stuck or binds and holds proper secure like. Yes they are better than Salsa.
aphex_2k said on August 10, 2009
Like the look of the bars. C’est combien??
hora said on August 10, 2009
Chromag. Not convinced that the prices they will ask will make them 100% better than an established competitor.
Olly said on August 10, 2009
have to say, love the look of that xprezo.
not sure how a pivot can be a pivot if it doesnt pivot.
nor how it even works if it doesnt pivot.
i notice the pikeys are wound right in too.
4x to the max! (or something)
That’s interesting Hora. Which of the Chromag products have you seen/fondled/ridden to make you come to that conclusion?
Whats the retail going to be on the steel Chromag(s) when it reaches the UK? Thats what Im basing it on.
JohnnyB said on August 10, 2009
RRP for Monk and Stylus frames are £565 and £585 respectively and will be available through independent dealers and CRC.
Sakura, Samurai and TRL will only be available through me (distributor!) and are £985 delivered.
I won’t bore you with costs of handmaking and handfinishing frames in Canada and the cost of shipping, duty, handling etc. etc. needless to say that the retail prices are naturally going to be more here in the UK than in Canada but we’ve tried to keep prices as close as possible with all these extra costs factored in.
Xprezo use a single pivot design on all their frames – description means the linkage is not multi pivoted.
Also all frames use a combination of aluminium tubing for the main frame and steel for the rear swing arm.
All frames are hand built and finished in Canada.
stevestunts said on August 10, 2009
Is that some kind of fellatio-based contest set in Glasgow?
Tim said on August 10, 2009
like a heckler then 🙂
Hairychested said on August 11, 2009
And the bars will cost how much? Anybody?
JohnnyB said on August 11, 2009
Fubars OS from £55.99, Fubars OSX from £67.99.
Will you be riding this weekend?
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