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Old 10-05-10, 10:13 AM
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Great deal with one caveat, if you're going to be purchasing the small or medium size and to a lesser extent the large model, realize these bikes have a very steep seat tube angle often found in bikes made for more time trials and not laid back touring. With certain saddles like Brooks B-17 etc, because of the rails used, you can't get the saddle pushed back very well and therefore will be contained to that "sitting over the cranks" position. No big deal, just consider getting a different seat post with a bunch of set back.
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