Yes but you work/own a bike shop. You have the luxury of doing this. Most people have a hard time justifying the costs of these things. I will spend up to about 3,000 on a Mt. Bike but even I try to keep it closer to 2g. I usually buy this time of year to save money. Usually you can get that 3,000 bike for 2200 or so. But even then, am I completely happy with all the components? Nope.jdog said:To be fair I built my Rush up from a frame. I chose every part one at a time and now I have a bike that I really like. Dual Control seems out of place to me on the mt bike yet the STI shifters on my road bike seem great.
Don't you mean cyclecraft? I have to ride one of these leftys. Can't imagine it is such a superior fork to the offerings from Fox and RockShox.smarencik said:hwre do you live? you may want to contact brendan @ cycleworks. He is a great guy, and will take the time to make sure that your bike is fit properly. the rush is a nice bike, geometry didn't work for me. i love my giant, but i really wish i could put a lefty on it.
True very Trueytc100 said:You keep forgetting that you're not happy with anything.
(not intended to flame just want to know why you are saying above statement)ytc100 said:Seriously though, wouldn't most bike shops be willing to trade out dc levers for something good to make the sale?
be carefull with that right now, usually i let everything go pretty easy but I am wound as tight as you can get right now, no biking and lots and lots of stress = not so happy heythorpytc100 said:Hee hee, just pushing your buttons. Sorry.
What's the deal with the reba?