anyone know of a fairly tough, new, steel frame (700c) to replace an old freddy grubb that is not enjoying bunny-hops etc?
something along the lines of identiti persona, ns analog etc with horizontal drop-outs.
Should have 130mm+ back drop out spacing and drilled mounts for caliper brakes.
(if anyone can confirm back spacing on the persona/analog that'd be grand)
only contender so far is on-one pompetamine but there must be others out there?
(btw, want 130mm+ spacing as i want the option to run back mech with these :
when i move to a hilly part of france : )
I bought an identiti persona in the sale at Tokyo Fixed Gear a few weeks ago. It's been pretty sturdy so far, though I haven't really thrashed it or anything. The rear dropouts are 130mm.
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