Join Date: Oct 2002
Bikes: BikeE AT--Gary Fisher DF
. They happened to have an XL on the floor so we took those out for a ride. 30 minutes later my wife was saying, "We'll take two. Can you have them ready for Saturday?"
This provides us the flexibility to take them out individually when around town, but for longer treks, we can hitch them together and our riding differences won't be as much of an issue.
We took them out yesterday for their inagural run at home. Talk about FUN! It'll take a while to get my wife's endurance up to par (she was done after a few miles), but we can always hook them together if we need to.
And now we have a whole new gift category (computers, clothes, lights, ......)
How does your Kettwiesel do on hills? I'm considering getting one, but don't have a dealer anywhere near me.
I'm concerned about the 9 speed transmission. I don't live in a particularly hilly area, but sometimes have to go over bridges, driveways, parking lot ramps, etc. I understand it can be ordered with an 18 speed gear train. Which would you recommend, the 9 speed or the 18 speed? Thanks.