You are aware that both these bikes have a fair amount of fashion statement in their ancestry right?
The retrospec in articular will pose a bit of a challenge if you decide that you'd like to run fenders or a rack to improve the everyday usefullness of the bike.
The Windsor is a tad "better" in this perspective, as it appears to have some eyelets at least, but their webiste postst the following "info": PLEASE TIGHTEN YOUR LOCKRINGS, CRANKS, PEDALS ETC BEFORE AND AFTER EVERY RIDE
which is outright wrong. If it's a square taper, torqueing it up after every ride is a surefire way of splitting the crank in fairly short order.
Last edited by dabac; 09-12-11 at 01:26 AM.