Read it somewhere here on the forum. The link is Easton/Reflex, it seems: "Easton started with the ALX range of frames in late 1980's. Other manufacturers were concerned by Easton being in the market in 1990s, as they had a huge cost advantage, so they supplied via Grisley, Look, Peugeot etc and then Easton quietly stepped out by selling the business to Look."
Hi Something for the Rocky fans out there. You might have seen the before picture posted somewhere previously. Here it is manned up a bit. Probably the only one of it's kind. A Derek Bailey fillet brazed Thunderbolt for a lady. This frame was built in the early '90's for the wife of Rocky...
thanks man! It a keeper! A member on the Vintage Canadian fb forum offered up
"It`s a Devinci Douglas, made in the Saguenay-Lac St-Jean area in the province of Québec (my province). If I`m right, frames of this era (aluminum) weren`t that strong 'cause they were not heat-treated."
They were mostly an eastern bike from what I understand and was a pleasant surprise to see this out on the west coast.
Lovely thread, slightly disappointed that there aren't more Devinci here. I'll provide a little more info. They still make them in Quebec from aluminum mined in Quebec. They also were sold by PECCOS bike shop in Ottawa under the name Eclipse. Devinci seemed to go lower end on components than Eclipse
Not my bikes:
To celebrate their 30th anniversary, they made this little retro inspired beauty: