Holesy wrote:Is the Di2 Disc version even coming to Aus?
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DG1984 wrote:Sorry for having an opinion that differs. I'll get my hat
zero wrote:As long as you accept that all weather riding eventually wears out levers, derailleurs, wheels, freehubs, chains, cassettes, chainrings, and that some parts of sporting groupsets (cranksets) seem to have finite fatigue lives, then its all fine
g-boaf wrote:DG1984 wrote:Sorry for having an opinion that differs. I'll get my hat
So you should basically have two bikes. A nice one that you are only allowed to ride on special occasions, and another one for commuting, etc?
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