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'09 october bikes (titanium)

october bikes was a bike shop that was open for a year on the north shore of massachusetts and owned by andrew frasca who hand-built custom titanium frames. he then closed his shop and took a job with specialized running their crux department. this is one of those frames!

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2009 october bikes (titanium)

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Added by leather0210. Last updated about 4 years ago.

As of about 4 years ago, leather0210 has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

10 Comments

Saabinski

Saabinski says:

Who owns this bike now? I am a friend of the builder and I like to keep track of these frames. I have all of the remaing decales

Posted over 3 years ago

Saabinski

Saabinski says:

Need decals? I have the originals.

Posted over 4 years ago

Robert3210

Robert3210 says:

Easton EC90 Fork, Thomson components, 23mm 32/32 x3/x3 wheels, Sram Rival or Force.

Posted over 5 years ago

UnfilteredDregs

UnfilteredDregs says:

Get some BOYD racing wheels on it...40mm~ go all ENVE for bars/post/stem...Save money and go Ultegra 6800 mechanical with ST-RS685 Hydraulic STI levers...the FD shifting is duh bomb! I'd go disc brakes as well... lmao

Posted over 5 years ago

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

Modern 10 speed road machine! Carbon fork, some nice aluminum bars, clean and understated but modern, black on silver is nice

Posted about 7 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

how would you build it up as steel? its titanium. Whats your budget? if any? campy would be awesome, if its in your budget. some custom built wheels would be awesome, but some sweet prebuilt wouldn't hurt either. what size is the head tube?

Posted over 7 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

were you referring to the fork when you said steel, carbon or ti? if so i think carbon. enve carbon fork if its 1-1/8". wound-up if its 1"

Posted over 7 years ago

leather0210

leather0210 says:

i have no idea why i wrote steel i guess i was just thinking of shiny metal...haha. obviously i meant alloy components and i was definitely thinking campy record...although i know they have some ti and ti/carbon parts as well especially those beautiful ti seatposts. both are expensive and i already have a really nice carbon crankset, seatpost, and handlebar but think the all raw ti would be incredibly sexy. that's why i was asking for some opinions on how others would build it up if they owned it to put some pictures of builds in my head. thanks for your input zeb!

Posted over 7 years ago

dcondankz68

dcondankz68 says:

it cannot be fixed gear bike, you must be know what i mean. just make it road bike

Posted over 7 years ago

leather0210

leather0210 says:

it's definitely going to be a road bike. no worries.

Posted over 7 years ago