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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2011 2:28 pm 
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My surname is Brodie - id like this bike! 8)

Prove it! :P


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 10:03 pm 
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Tube lengths are as follows:

HT/ 145.0
TT/ 560.0
DT/ 640.0
ST/ 490.0
CS/ 430.5
SS/ 500.0
BB/ 068.0


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I guess that figures. Paul Brodie told me in an email once that Kona 'borrowed' (permanently) all of his geometry figures after he worked 'with' them 1988-90. Here we seem to have a size 19 1989-90 Brodie with 14.5 cm head tube. A size 19 1990 Kona had a 15cm head tube. Before he worked with Brodie, Joe Murray designed Cascade frames with tiny head tubes.


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Anthony wrote:
I guess that figures. Paul Brodie told me in an email once that Kona 'borrowed' (permanently) all of his geometry figures after he worked 'with' them 1988-90. Here we seem to have a size 19 1989-90 Brodie with 14.5 cm head tube. A size 19 1990 Kona had a 15cm head tube. Before he worked with Brodie, Joe Murray designed Cascade frames with tiny head tubes.


Love those details! You can never know enough... :D


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...and it's gone! TY all for the interest.

Anyone interested in a Paul Brodie golf club???


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