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For 2006, the OCR Composites sport stylish painted frames with a top tube composite "window".

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Pros

Light weight.

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Carbon smooths out the road.

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Decent components.

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Good value.

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Fast.

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Cons

Warranty coverage is weak and carbon frames are delicate.

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For 2006, the OCR Composites sport stylish painted frames with a top tube composite "window". The same fomulaOne composite frame technology found on the Giant TCRs, with revisions to the frame tube shape and geometry for a more upright riding postion, comfortable ride and triple front chainring gearing.
  • Frame - fomulaOne Composite, Compact Road Design.
  • Fork - fomulaOne Composite, 1 1/8" w/Alloy steerer
  • Stem - Easton EA30 Composite, 31.8
  • Handlebars - Easton EA30 Composite, 31.8
  • Brakes - Long Reach, Dual Pivot
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Moshker
07/18/2008 06:39

This is an update to my review on Oct 10, 2007. A few months after the outside sales rep sort of made it sound like the frame wouldn't be replaced I took the bike back to the dealer and they seemed confident that Giant would replace it. Three days later they had upgraded me to an OCRc0 at no charge! I love my bike!

Moshker
10/10/2007 05:49

I bought this bike this year. A few weeks after I bought it I hit one of the pedals on a hidden railroad tie that was hidden by a low bush while dodging a poorly placed power pole. I didn't go down but a week later I found a crack on the back of the downtube. The local sales guy said it isn't covered by the lifetime frame warranty so I'm SOL. Wish I had bought aluminum, steel, or titanium. Otherwise great bike. Smooth ride. Great value. Decent components. Fast.

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