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Storck Rebelion 1.3

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Storck Rebelion 1.3

Postby Fibre-Lyte » Sun Aug 19, 2012 12:56 am

Just curious, does anyone know anything about these frames beyond them being made by Storck. I can't seem to find a single review and one came up in conversation the other day. I gather they're fairly old as they're not even on Storcks website now.
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Re: Storck Rebelion 1.3

Postby Ypsylon » Wed Aug 22, 2012 7:12 am

2009, or something, I believe.

from bikerumor:

2009 Storck Rebelion 1.3 – $2,650 (frame)

Like the road lines, the 1.3 is positioned to be a more affordable version of their Rebelion 1.0 (1070g, $3,075) and 1.1 (1170g, $3,800).  It has a short-ish chainstay at 16.5″, which helps keep your weight over the rear wheel for climbing and snappy handling in the tight ‘n’ twisties.  Weighing in at 1250g, the Rebelion 1.3 has carbon dropouts, integrated 1-1/8″ headset and is constructed of Unidirectional carbon fiber.
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Re: Storck Rebelion 1.3

Postby Fibre-Lyte » Thu Aug 23, 2012 12:29 am

Thanks :D

I found some pictures and like the look of the rear brake mount. Not sure about carbon drop outs on a mountain bike though?
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