Kronos wrote:It's good that these bikes come with a lifetime warranty. I'd like to know exactly what is considered a "lifetime" though, is it for the reasonable life of a bike (under Australian consumer laws) or is it your lifetime? Is it also transferable to someone else or not? Given I've seen some pretty catastrophic failures such as this one (on a seat post) and on my brother's BMC team machine, I second guess the purpose of carbon for a daily which is another reason why I'm going back to steel for my own commuter bike.
Glad to see you got a favourable result none the less.
Not transferable I believe, but I've read online of people claiming frame replacements 10 years down the track with no problems, provided they can show their proof of purchase.
I've taken to photocopying my receipts as thermal paper can fade over time, leaving you with a blank piece of paper stapled to your records.