Carbon framesets (new)

sbmungo
sbmungo Posts: 18
edited April 2010 in Road buying advice
I am looking to purchase a carbon frame and fork to fit a dura ace groupset. Already have a good set of wheels. Looking at a few frames inluding the Beone 2009 race, Planet X and few others. I have a budget of £800 and am not keen on using second hand frames unless they are known to me. Has anyone got any suggestions or advice or deals?

Comments

  • bazbadger
    bazbadger Posts: 553
    The Kinesis KR810 might be worth a look.

    http://www.kinesisbikes.co.uk/product.php?id=29
    Mens agitat molem
  • hopper1
    hopper1 Posts: 4,389
    I have a Cinelli Willin'. Really comfortable, stable & responds well.
    If you shop around you should find one in your range...
    Start with a budget, finish with a mortgage!
  • bazbadger Posted: Thu Apr 22, 2010 12:19 pm Post subject:


    The Kinesis KR810 might be worth a look.

    http://www.kinesisbikes.co.uk/product.php?id=29
    +1

    ...I love my KR-810:- a great frame!
  • sbmungo
    sbmungo Posts: 18
    Already own a kinesis racelight 2 training and am more than happy with it. I got the impression that the kr810 was more of a sportive frame and I was looking for a more racing set geometry.
  • Garry H
    Garry H Posts: 6,639
    sbmungo wrote:
    Already own a kinesis racelight 2 training and am more than happy with it. I got the impression that the kr810 was more of a sportive frame and I was looking for a more racing set geometry.

    The Kinesis UK Team use it, for racing. Shouldn't affect your performance too adversely...

    Cancellara won P-R on a "sportive" bike :wink: