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Montecore 3 - Notice something different?

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If you're reading this you might have noticed there's something different about our new 4130 Core Line model, the Montecore 3. Traditionally, our 4130 Core Line models included a deep profile wheel, known for durability, aerodynamics and aesthetics, as stock. This time we thought we'd try something different...

 

Introducing the "lo-pro" wheels.

These first made an appearance on our Retro Reissue series. Since that time we've had a hard time keeping them in stock! The advantages include a timeless clean look, sealed bearing hubs w/ a flip-flop rear, radial laced front wheel, and most importantly a 1.19 lb weight savings over its deep profile predecessor.

Best of all - if you prefer the deep track wheels - you can get Deep V Style Track Wheels instead at no additional cost.  Pair this with double-butted 4130 Chromoly tubing, die-cast drop outs, your choice of handlebars (at no additional cost), and 6 frame sizes - you can be confident you're getting a personalized product AND the the best possible bike that money can buy at under $450!


2 Comments

Warren Meixner
Warren Meixner

January 17, 2017

What you need to do now is to create a vintage style vertical frame like the early 1970’s Gitane Inter-Club. This frame had near vertical characteristics with the front and rear tires/wheels having very close tolerances to the frame’s front and rear down tubes…Let me know when you’ve done one in metallic red. I remember mine…it had tubular tires and if you over-inflated them, both the front and rear tires rubbed on the down tubes…I wish I had the bike today….

Simon Newton
Simon Newton

January 17, 2017

I like this one more & more

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