Malo, if this is an option, or idea you would consider, how many frames would it take on a pre-order before a quantity discount would take affect?
Shipping shouldn't more than 60.00 for a frame according to my experiences of shipping frames via USPS International Priority. Perhaps a batch of 10 pre-sold could get the price down. You think it wouldn't be that demanding to get a simple doubl-diamond frame that has front-end gussets with modern flatland geometry here in the States.
the problem is that you have to find a way tp avoid custom fees, shipping from usa to france is not that cheap, i bought a bass from usa a few years ago and it cost me like 175 euros of customs fees. i don't know if it's the same the other way.
we should make a "shipping tips" thread to make riders life easier for buying parts...
Very sexy, malo.
Bikes look great nice finish on all of em! N dident know you done forks how much do you charge for them ?
Quote from: Flatland-Cris on May 27, 2011, 06:14:55 PMBikes look great nice finish on all of em! N dident know you done forks how much do you charge for them ? Thank you.Those forks were special because the customer provided me a steer tube of a broken ABT forks, so I didn't have to make the steer tube or the top bolt, so the price was 80 Euros including painting.A complete forks is around 120-150 Euros, in fact the same price as other forks in the european market.
Finally got my pegs!Exactly what I wanted!Thanks Malo!Waiting for my forks now, hope it doesn't take too long...