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Old October 12th 03, 10:35 PM
Ian Yates
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Default FA: ALAN Racing Frame 52cm

My girlfriend has decided to sell one of her racing frames. She hasnt
raced (or ridden this bike) for 10 years.

Check it out on Ebay:

Offered for sale is a 52cm (centre-to-top) ALAN racing frame from 1990
and made from Aluminium alloy.
This frame is in excellent condition. The silver anodized tubes are
pristine and the lugwork sparkles.
Seat tube is 52cm (centre-to-top)
Rear dropout width is 126mm.
Close clearance for 700C wheels only - no mudguard eyes.
Down tube lever bosses and guides under bottom bracket
2 top tube cable guides on top of top tube
Bottle cage bosses on down tube.
The frame has hardly been ridden (less than 1000 miles). It has not
been ridden at all since 1993.
No Reserve.

We would love it to go to a good home (hence no reserve).


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