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    Frame recommendation

    Currently own a Specialized Secteur. I like the geometry with high front and low BB but can't fit fenders, rack or wider tyres.

    Ideally would like something with high front, low bb, disc brakes and light weight / carbon.

    Any ideas?

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    The only carbon road frame I can think of off the top of my head that comes with rack/fender mounts is the Jamis Xenith Endura series. Got pretty good reviews in the couple of articles I read. Can't remember where those articles were, though.

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    If you can go past Carbon

    Maybe the Salsa Vaya Ti?

    http://salsacycles.com/bikes/vaya_ti/

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    What about a CX frame. I'm building this redline conquest with 105, nashbar carbon fork, carbon seat post. it has rack mounts, fender mounts, disc mounts. i'm super excited. should be done this weekend. while alloy isn't the most loving ride I think it will be ok with some carbon mixed in. should be pretty light except for my heavy XT/mavic open pro wheelset. but they should be hella tough.

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