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 Post subject: RSP Cross frame
PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 5:58 pm 
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I may have paid a little over the odds for this :oops: but I really liked my RSP 450 frame but it was always going to be a little too big so never even built it up :roll:

I've kept looking for another late RSP frame and I was looking for a cross frame as well, but never thought I'd find a RSP cross frame and kill two birds with one stone :lol:

Its got some paint missing from chainsuck but is generally in good nic and its going to be raced so it will soon get some new scuffs anyway :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:30 pm 
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It's always nice to see 'cross bikes on here, and there seem to be more each week.

What are you planning to build it up with?

I use a 34T front with either a 12-25 10 speed Campag or 11-28 8 speed Shimano depending on which bike I'm on, and I've never felt the need to go for a bigger front ring. If it didn't double up as a winter training bike I'd ditch the front mech and extra chainring.


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