- Bike perfection
Test rode what had been my most favourite bike in the world yesterday, but after a year on 29er wheels (different bike that’s great but I don’t love it like my old bike), no matter how well the old girl rides, it’s not right to me anymore. She gunna be sold soon
..So really Njee +2Posted 3 years agocookeaaSubscriber
Moveable feast, there is no ‘finished’!
Although a couple of my bikes are quite close to something like a “Finished” state, mostly the simple ones (fixies, single speeds and basic HTs must be a bit easier to “finish” IMO), the more bells and whistles a bike already has, the more scope there seems to be for “upgrading”…
That said all my bikes are run on a relative shoestring budget and actually “Perfecting” any of them would cost more financially and time wise than its really worth…
“Rideable” is about the best state for any bike to be in, would you even want to ride a “Perfect” bike?Posted 3 years ago
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