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All of our models are complete with fork, headset and spacers, and seat clamp.
The frameset will arrive fully prepared and ready to build. We fit the forks and headset and leave the fork steerer uncut.
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Truly timeless and an instantly recognisable classic, the Galibier packs charisma and a tenacious ride quality. Like its namesake mountain, the Col du Galibier, the Galiber bicycle is steeped in folklore. Introduced by Harry Rensch in 1947, the unique frame design caused a stir amongst post-war racing cyclists. It screamed continental flair and packed a punch with a shape created to eliminate whip, making acceleration and handling better. Our modern Galibier is a perfect reconstruction of one of the most iconic British framesets. The quality of the tubing improves upon Rensch's original selection, but the quirky design remains. Constructed from triple-butted, heat treated steel, the specialist tubes are made exclusively by Columbus for Condor. The high grade steel tubeset is accompanied by dropouts and fork crown that are stronger and lighter than the 1940s version, whilst the bi-laminations are now laser cut for precision detail.
Twin top tube design
Bottom bracket: BSA
We'll give you a full fitting to determine the correct sizes and ensure the bike will fit like a glove. The fitting is part of the service and there is no charge for it.
We'll talk through every aspect of the bike with you to arrive at your dream build. You don't need to have any knowledge of frames or components—we are here to advise and put the perfect build together for you.
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