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Thank You.

Postby CELL Bikes » Thu Nov 13, 2014 11:04 am

Hi everyone!

Thank you for letting us have a presence in the Cycling Brands section of this great forum.

Looking forward to answering your questions, addressing concerns, replying to constructive feedback and anything else that may be of use to you.

It is an honour to be in the same company as other cycling brands in this section.

Ride safe everyone.

-Website Manager Mark
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Re: Thank You.

Postby michael_w » Fri Nov 21, 2014 9:35 am

Mark,

After almost 18 months on my Cell Swift I still enjoy it riding almost daily. This is the best bike I've owned so far - my first road bike. I commute on it most days and enjoy bunch rides and big events as well.

I'd also like to thank you and your team for the service extended to me and several of my friends and family over the journey.
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Re: Thank You.

Postby fluff63 » Thu Jan 15, 2015 1:40 am

Hi guys at cell are you considering a carbon frame road bike with disk brakes, I am looking for an endurance road bike

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Re: Thank You.

Postby CELL Bikes » Thu Jan 15, 2015 10:55 am

fluff63 wrote:Hi guys at cell are you considering a carbon frame road bike with disk brakes, I am looking for an endurance road bike


Hi fluff63, most certainly, but right now, we're going with std brakes. Although not carbon, this is our hottest road bike with disc brakes http://www.cellbikes.com.au/Cell-Brunswick-Cyclocross-Bike check it out!

Many have said the Brunswick is the 'Ultimate Commuter' and suitable for sporty touring and may be a possible solution for endurance.

Here are a few 3rd party observations:
http://www.bikeradar.com/au/road/gear/category/bikes/cyclo-cross/product/review-cell-bikes-brunswick-cyclocross-48913/

http://www.australiancxmagazine.com.au/cell-brunswick/

Thanks for your question!
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Re: Thank You.

Postby Newcastle Dave » Thu Jul 30, 2015 8:18 pm

Guys,
I hear you are bringing out a new commuter bike - any truth to the rumours ?

I have an Omeo 2 and love it, was thinking of buying a Brunswick for my son in Melbourne (he is currently riding a cell fixie as a commuter), but may hold off depending on what you are doing

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Re: Thank You.

Postby CELL Bikes » Tue Aug 04, 2015 11:10 am

Newcastle Dave wrote:Guys,
I hear you are bringing out a new commuter bike - any truth to the rumours ?

I have an Omeo 2 and love it, was thinking of buying a Brunswick for my son in Melbourne (he is currently riding a cell fixie as a commuter), but may hold off depending on what you are doing


Yes mate,

Thar legends be true! A model we've been working hard on will be released in October...KRAKEN style!!!

Cheers for supporting us with your Omeo 2 and your son's fixie. Send me an email (mark@cellbikes.com.au) and I'd like to show you our appreciation for your feedback.

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Re: Thank You.

Postby cp123 » Sun Aug 16, 2015 12:59 pm

Dear Cell Bikes

I recently got an order from you (which all arrived okay) and one of the items included a cygolight trion 1300 light. Essentially the box came with the light itself, a battery charger, the helmet mount and a little 6 inch long cord.

I have tried to work out how to charge this unit. The charger cord simply doesn't fit into the hole on the light. The short cord does, but then i can't attach the short cord to the charger as they are both 'boy' ends (not sure what it's really called but essentially two ends the same).

I rang your office last week to ask whether they could check that was correct and how i could actually charge the light. The guy I spoke to hasn't returned my call yet. I didn't know whether it was possible for something to have dropped out of the box or whether one piece of cord is missing.

Can you please confirm what should be included and how i can fit what into where. thanks

cp

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Re: Thank You.

Postby Sven Nijs » Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:57 pm

http://www.cygolite.com/manuals/Trion_1300_Manual.pdf
The above may help but maybe just email mark direct as above. I've always found him most responsive and helpful.
It's a bit warmer here than Scotland isn't it!

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