I’ve got a Fargo
And a Vaya
I’ve had both for a while now, and to be brutally honest, I think I prefer the Vaya. I’ve yet to tour on the Fargo, and I’m still trying to get it set up right for me, but, box fresh, the Vaya has been amazing.
I love it, it’s the comfiest thing I’ve ever ridden, loaded up it was fantastic to ride, ok, so it was only a couple of days, but yeah, it just felt ‘right’
The Fargo? Like I say, it’s early days, and I’m starting to enjoy it more..it just wasn’t that immediate love afair like the Vaya, but I’m sure with a few tweaks it will be..
You need to pick the brains of Steve Makin, afterall, if it wasn’t for his input, I’d have neither of these bikes…
Edit: if you’re anywhere near Cheshire, you’d be more than welcome to kick tyres, browse, try out either of them..Posted 3 years agomidlifecrashesSubscriber
Just had a quick jaunt on the Fargo this week. It takes pretty much everything in it’s stride. Did some detours on the Pennine Bridleway on my way across the Dales this week and it handled great, even on rough bridleways. First generation ones(mine) weren’t suspension corrected, all others are so you can treat it like a 29er hardtail if you like too.Posted 3 years agoGregMayMember
Oi Teetosugars tahts my bike! Oh wait…I sold it to you sorry 🙂
Owner of a steel Fargo in the past – now Teetosugars, and currently this lovely Ti one:
Terrible photo, but you get the idea.
it is the most versitile bike I’ve ever owned and I only upgraded as it was foolish not to when the offer came up. I love it.Posted 3 years agomcmoonterMember
I’ve got a Fargo and a Vaya. I’ve done a couple of fun tours on the Fargo and it is a really capable and versatile bike. Yet to try the Vaya out on a proper tour yet.Posted 3 years ago
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