Ben Swales

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comp orientated frame? or street'ish?

judging by the weight its gonna be weak?

Edited by Damon W

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That will look so good when its finished, the faded anodised finish will be amazing! The frame design looks good, particularly the dropouts and has had considerable testing. Also, to those who think Rockman frames are too expensive, there maybe something in the pipeline for those on a budget.

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Should be some nice full build pics of mine when it arrives, deffiantly looking forward too it! Also as far as i am aware the production version will be a +50mm bottom bracket rise.....

Adam

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I Love it me want one

:D

Josh

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Here's the pictures and data that i have recived from Rockman

Geometry:

1093mm wheelbase

+60mm BB

71.5deg Headangle

380mm Chainstays

Available in Green and Orange

motoframe3.jpg

kortzframefinal2.jpg

Hopefuly there should be some pictures of the frames to show everyone soon!

Adam

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any info if rockman planning on making a mod frame with magura mounts? since i would probably get one as my next frame if they did

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That's just about the nicect paint and graphics job i've seen.

Great looking structure of the frame too.

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That looks well nice,

its like a kamel and a python put together almost.. maybe haha :)

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looks awsome! good frame i think. i love colors and graphics.

rockman rules (Y)

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:lol:

sorry mate. i didnt mean you:)

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No way as good looking as the Slate, in fact I would almost go as far as saying its one of the ugliest frames I have seen :(

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No way as good looking as the Slate, in fact I would almost go as far as saying its one of the ugliest frames I have seen :(

true that.

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:o the green one is lovely :wub:

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Lovely looking frames!

Are these going to be affordable for those not spoilt by the parents?

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I think the graphics are a little questionable, and sadly, the geo sounds horrible to me!

I thought we learnt a few years ago that high BB was nasty?

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The colours looks really fresh! not to keen about the shape though...

also looks very short, maybe the short version on the picture.

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I am such a penis, and for this, I am truly sorry.....

I WON'T come back again. I think it's for the best.

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i will be ordering when available 135mm drop out what drop out are they carnt tell from pics

Edited by kyle-livesey

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Love the colour, not so much the frame desing, carbon firbe spacers? Where can i get them from?

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The dropouts are that weird, 3 hole setup. You'd struggle to get a Pro2 bolt through that Kyle. ;)

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I like it although the toptube, downtube join is a bit to thick and ruins the look a tad.

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just need a hole for my penis

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