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Old 02-14-07, 01:52 PM   #1
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Habanero Titanium frame

I just took receipt of a custom hybrid frame from Habanero Cycles. Habanero also acquired and installed all the components, so that with minimum adjustment, the bike arrived ready to ride. I have extremely high compliments to Mark Hickey for his patience and ability to listen to exactly what the customer wants. He is service oriented, and very knowledgeable, so is able to suggest and recommend, without getting stuck on his own ideas. The frame is beautifully finished and perfectly comfortable for me, a medium sized woman.

I can recommend their integrity as well as the product. --Cato
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Old 03-07-07, 01:50 AM   #2
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I have two Habby's; their smallest MTB frame with XTR gruppo, and a "Team Issue" Road, 50 cm, that I built up (mostly Shimano stuff).

Great bikes. If I could afford it I'd buy a Habby 'cross, tandem and unicycle, too.

But they don't market a unicycle.

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