NotTim wrote:I took a day trip down to flying furniture on Sat to have a test ride on a couple of bents, I found myself rather worried by how much I enjoyed the Giro 26.
The price tag is just a tad more then I'm willing to spend just now, by the time I added some luggage and some uprated wheels I'd be pushing $3000, but I can see the possibility of a bent somewhere in my future. I just need to get out and ride the one I've got now enough to justify another bike to myself, whatever shape it is.
Oh, and I think I better start growing a beard
I had the same problem with the Giro. My Toscana cost me $1,300 landed here in Adelaide Okay, it's no Bacchetta but Graeme rode it and wasn't overly terrified.