Letís see the good is all of the comments I get of hey that's a cool bike. I never heard that on my cool Italian racing bike (G) maybe it was the spandex on a 225# guy who knows?
The bad is parking and maneuvering this beast (a burley limbo)
Locking it up Is a bit of a juggle seems the peddle is always in the way. I would use a good cable and smaller lock if I had not invested so much in the New York U lock using on that racing bike.
Just trying to turn the bike around after you unlock it is fun. Seldom do I have room to do it. And picking it up is a real awkward job too.
The ugly is still wobbling sometimes. The closer I am to something the more chance I will wobble towards it. Itís like a magnet (G) the ugly is going slow because my legs are not built up.
The bad is sore legs. I have ridden this route for a year and now I have sore legs (G) and sometimes turtles pass me up (G)
The bad is the front wheel slipping on anything somewhat slick. This is something to really watch for.
The good is my crotch does not hurt anymore. No sore shoulders or hands.
The bad is now my hands get far colder then they ever did on the racing bike. The good is I can wear jeans if I want. The good is I donít need to buy spandex and lycra anymore. No more overpriced jerseys (though I never paid more then 15.00 each on eBay)
The bad part is it will be harder to keep my feet dry in the rain. Booties donít work well.
The ugly a kickstand. The good you can brake as hard as you want
I am sure I will think of more later (G)