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  • Premier Icon roger_mellie
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    Damn tidy bike!

    munrobiker
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    It’s a buffer, so pretty much a steely, yes.

    Premier Icon hairyscary
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    I agree about the one bike thing. My frame and my forks seen to be on a constant warranty repair rotation 😕

    munrobiker
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    And lo, I am now a two bike man again. Sort of- the freehub bearings are totally dead. They were pretty much dead before the frame went, but two months in my cellar means the bearings have rusted solid. And the brake pads are worn out, which I’d forgotten about.

    Premier Icon D0NK
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    nice

    prefer the look of the kona myself.

    but I’m sure it’s nice to ride.

    I agree 1 bike isn’t enough but it’s a short, very easy step from that thought to way too many 🙄
    I have too many, can’t seem to rationalize it down tho and still got a couple of niches I’d like to cover.

    munrobiker
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    I’m not really aiming to fill niches fortunately- the Specialized is light enough that the Kona will get very little use, it just does everything nicely.

    maxtorque
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    Bikes are like wives really. Whilst having 1 is conventional, owning more than that opens up new and potentially unexpected opportunities for riding…….

    (although watch out, the maintenance costs can go up with the square of the number owned)

    😉

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