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  • Could this be the next big thing for frames?
  • Premier Icon The Pinkster
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    Coloured Carbon.
    OK I know they’re only talking about it for non-structural bits for motorbikes at the moment, but who wouldn’t like a Mojo in that finish?

    Premier Icon mathewshotbolt
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    its already being done for certain things in bikes. dying the carbon is a massive pain apparently!

    Premier Icon cp
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    I hope not, it looks rank

    Premier Icon hora
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    Santa Cruz will release one soon for £4,000 for the ‘value’ model.

    Men all across Surrey will rush into their nearest local lifestyle cycle store waving their credit cards urgently.

    Premier Icon CaptainFlashheart
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    Does it come in grey?

    😉

    Premier Icon The Pinkster
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    😛 @ Flashy

    Premier Icon Bimbler
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    Just saw this pop up on Reddit

    Coloured carbon you say?

    more here

    Premier Icon Kuco
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    That IF frame is very nice, anyone want to buy a kidney?

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    Does it come in grey?

    for road bikes.

    Tweed for MTB.

    Premier Icon rewski
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    Men all across Surrey will rush into their nearest local lifestyle cycle store waving their credit cards urgently

    If only that were true, would be nice in tangerine.

    Premier Icon andyl
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    Is it not just this stuff: http://www.uscomposites.com/hybrids.html

    Premier Icon cr500dom
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    You can dye Kevlar easily, the Prodrive system appears to just dye the Resin.
    I notice it has been done for Cosmetic rather than structural components though, I`d be interested to know the effects on strength by adding the dye.
    I suspect its been done for Aston or JLR

    Premier Icon compositepro
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    gold leaf could be the next big thing for the rich …sorry dont know how to post pictures

    Premier Icon nedrapier
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    carbon recumbent in herringbone, please, with integral drinks cabinet.

    Mmmm…

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