Old 09-30-13, 02:26 PM
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Vintage Falcon bicycles, like so many other brands, were offered in several different quality levels, from the entry level Black Diamond to their top of the line, sophisticated professional racing bikes. With that in mind, and knowing that the link you supplied does not work for me, it is pretty much impossible to offer any kind of meaningful feedback.

Will it suit your needs? Not im my opinion but I have little appreciation for fixed gear bicycling. But, though sorry to not appreciate the Fixie, I do like, (sort of) this Falcon racing tricyce which I am just now getting the hang of riding...

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