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Replacement frame for GT GTR road bike

londoncommuterlondoncommuter Posts: 1,550
edited June 2013 in Road buying advice


  • oxomanoxoman Posts: 11,744
    Have a look on Ribble website as they sell decent frames.
    Too many bikes according to Mrs O.
  • oxomanoxoman Posts: 11,744
    Second thoughts, surely the bike is a wreck therefore replace the bike with the equivalent upto date model at the drivers cost. By the time you have paid someone to strip and rebuild it, its probably not worth it just give them the price of the replacement model. Just don't expect a sora equipped bike to be replaced with a 105 equipped bike.
    Good luck with the claim
    Too many bikes according to Mrs O.
  • arlowoodarlowood Posts: 2,561
    If oxoman's suggestion doesn't fly then take a look on the Paul Milnes Ebay shop for a replacement Alu frame. ... 34.c0.m322

    I recently bought a Forme Longcliffe frame + forks from them and have built that up into what was originally going to be my winter bike. However I enjoyed riding the finished build so much that I am now planning to use it all year round.

    They have several Alu frames on offer priced between around the £200 mark up to £300 with some more expensive carbon frames.

    These frames come from new bikes that they apparently strip down to use the components on other builds so the frames are not brand new hence they are quite a bit cheaper as a result.

    Usual disclaimer - I don't have any connection with the Paul Milnes business other than as a satisfied customer
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