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Old October 12th 18, 07:38 PM posted to rec.bicycles.tech
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The Montrose from KUMA Bicycle Company.

Getting this started was hard. Passion for something, and getting it going is a great feeling!
Only sold one frame so far.

Check it out: https://www.kumabicyclecompany.com/

I'll be racing it in Milwaukee and Chicago.
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Old Yesterday, 04:53 AM posted to rec.bicycles.tech
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Default New Cyclocross Bike

On 2018-10-12, wrote:
The Montrose from KUMA Bicycle Company.

Getting this started was hard. Passion for something, and getting it going is a great feeling!
Only sold one frame so far.

Check it out:
https://www.kumabicyclecompany.com/

I'll be racing it in Milwaukee and Chicago.


Hey Ernesto, congratulations on getting your company started. Looks
like a fun frame. I think if you want people to press that "Buy Now"
button, though, you'll have to add frame geometry and a few more
specs to the page, such as:
- bb spec
- mechanical, Di2 or either
- top, bottom, or no front derailer
- max ring size
- max 650b tire size

Good luck in the races and sales.

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Old Yesterday, 04:45 PM posted to rec.bicycles.tech
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Default New Cyclocross Bike

On Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 8:53:11 PM UTC-7, Gregory Sutter wrote:
On 2018-10-12, wrote:
The Montrose from KUMA Bicycle Company.

Getting this started was hard. Passion for something, and getting it going is a great feeling!
Only sold one frame so far.

Check it out:
https://www.kumabicyclecompany.com/

I'll be racing it in Milwaukee and Chicago.


Hey Ernesto, congratulations on getting your company started. Looks
like a fun frame. I think if you want people to press that "Buy Now"
button, though, you'll have to add frame geometry and a few more
specs to the page, such as:
- bb spec
- mechanical, Di2 or either
- top, bottom, or no front derailer
- max ring size
- max 650b tire size

Good luck in the races and sales.

--
Gregory S. Sutter Mostly Harmless

http://zer0.org/~gsutter/


This appears to be made-in-china. But since almost all carbon frames are made in India, China or Taiwan this should not be considered any sort of negative. Even my middle of the line Colnago was made in Taiwan and it is a great bike.
 




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