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Karl's T640 on Pez Cyclingnews

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Karl's T640 on Pez Cyclingnews

Nice little piece about Karl Strugnell Karl Strugnell has come back to cycling after a break and is making a good go at it. But what about his bike? Specialist frame builders Reilly have built him a titanium work of art, which is also the perfect tool for his big return to the sport. Name: Karl StrugnellLocation: Kent, EnglandAge: 30Bike: ReillyGroupset: Shimano Ultegra  Wheels: USE carbon road 2.4 Clincher Pedals: Speedplay ZeroSaddle: Fizik Aliante Carbon Other: USE Bars & StemWeight: 7.4 – 7.6kg with cages and GarminCarbon may dominate the pro peloton but for some riders – those who are not dictated to by sponsors’ demands – wonder metal titanium is what you...

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URBAN CYCLIST 953 REVIEW

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CYCLESCHEME

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CYCLESCHEME

We are now signed up to the Cyclescheme Save up to 42% on a new bike and spread the cost https://www.cyclescheme.co.uk/retailer/reilly-cycleworks-brighton    

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CARBON FRAME PRODUCTION

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At our sister workshop deep inside formula one land in Brackley, near Silverstone we produce the REILLY 600SL carbon frame. We run two Bridgeport milling machines to miter our carbon tubes. Carbon is very tricky to cut accurately and we use very special rotary saws. We also use the full set of tube mitring tools and jigs from Anvil tools in the USA, totally invaluable. Above you can see our Anvil seat stay mitering fixture, attached to one of our Bridgeports. Being custom made only we have a huge array of tubes to choose from and many different BB shells...

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Superbike: Reilly’s 647g British-made carbon fibre frame road.cc first look

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Your choices for a British-made carbon frame are limited, but Reilly is aiming to change that Most carbon fibre road frames are manufactured in the Far East, but if you want a British-made carbon frame, well your choices are really limited. There are a few people starting, or trying, to manufacture carbon frames in the UK, and Reilly Cycleworks is one of them.  Pictured is the Reilly 600SL. It boasts a frame weighing a claimed 649g (size small), which certainly puts it in some elite company and will appeal to weight weenies. The company reckons it can go lighter still. ...

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