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Thorn Audax Mk3 R Frame & Fork Set - Gunmetal

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- For frame sizes 525, 570 and 600 use the 46mm rake fork
- For frame sizes 495 and 555S use the 55mm rake fork

Frame accepts 28.6mm clamp-on front derailleur, deep-drop 47/57mm Allen key fitting brakes, rear OLN is 132.5mm to accept either 130 or 135mm hubs. Frame and fork will take 32c Schwalbe Supreme tyre with mudguards. Thorn 858 double butted seamless cro-mo tube, one set of bosses on rear triangle for racks or mudguards, down-tube bosses accept either stops or Shimano down-tube levers but not Campagnolo.

Includes:
- 1 1/8" (28.6mm) Orbit XL2 threadless headset
- 27.2mm alloy micro adjust seatpost
- Bottom bracket cable guide

Fokrs are Reynolds steel blades with mudguard bosses (no lo-loader bosses). Frame weight is 2.3kg (average), fork weight is 1kg. Click on the XL image to see the size matrix, view at maximum magnification.

NOTE: Does not include: fixing screws, down tube cable stops or bottom bracket.
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Excellent Frame An Fork
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27 Mar 2017
5 / 5
I recommend this product
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ProsWell designed, well built steel frame. great value for money. Excellent customer service from SJS
I transferred about 80% of the parts from my Trek 2300 onto my new Audax frame & fork (everything for brake calipers, seatpost and stem) and headed out on a familiar ride to the north of Bolton. 30 miles and 860 metres of climbing on some shockingly poor roads.
The Aluminium frame and carbon fork of the Trek would literally vibrate my body senseless and by the time I could take advantage of it's rigidity on a local 10% climb, I was usually too fatigued.
Not so on the Audax. I knew it would be much better but what a brilliant ride. Its's so comfortable on rougher roads. 'Zingy' is the best word I can think of to describe the ride, and it's more relaxed geometry was a god send on some of the faster descents. Despite it's additional weight over the Trek, it climbed just as well too.
Overall, I'm very pleased I chose the Thorn Audax.
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