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Are these things any good? It looks somewhat similar to a coustelliar or something of that nature..anyone heard anything about it? They have it on trialsin.com..heres the info,

The first Ashton frame to be produced is a 7000 series aluminium trials frame. A very distinctive looking bike, The general look of the bike has come from Martyn Ashtons influence in Motorcycle trials, resulting in a very stiff riding frame that does the job it is designed to do.
Can be used for both Street riding and competition Trials.
Seat also included in package.
The warranty on this product is a six (6) month manufacturers warranty against all manufacturing defects.
Chainstay length: 385mm (Centre B/B to rear axle)
Wheelbase: 1035mm (using a Fatty R fork)
Bottom Bracket height: 0 drop (axle height)
Head tube angle: 73 degrees
Frame weight: 3.5lbs
Colour: Bare metal finish with red/black decals, clear coat lacquer.
Name Price
Justice Frame $875.00
 

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for 850 you could get some really really really nice frame and start buying parts to build it up also. the ashton is a cool frame but i cant see riding one unless it was given to me. for 850 you could go custom steel/ti/al and get a fork with what was left over.
 

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i wasnt really interested in it, just wondering if anyone had heard anythign about it. i wont have another $800 for a long while, and id probably buy something more along the lines of a koxx or something like that. but that just kinda caught my eye.
 

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I've seen the ashton justice ridden a few times and I simply cant believe its that short, I looks about 1065mm easy... i dunno
 

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oh my god these frames are amazing :drool: theres quite a lot being ridden around here in the UK and designed by a class rider.
they are not a copy of the custard frame cus its been out a lot longer
go for it get one
 

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Xdream said:
oh my god these frames are amazing :drool: theres quite a lot being ridden around here in the UK and designed by a class rider.
they are not a copy of the custard frame cus its been out a lot longer
go for it get one
the coustellier frame just took a design element that was touched upon and applied it to a frame that kicks way more ass.
 
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