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Originally Posted by Kilroy1988 View Post
Really awesome bike! It's hard to reckon whether it's "lovely" or "wicked" because so many of the details fall between making it look like a plush classic and also a fast racer.

Aesthetically, it makes me thankful that I'm still young and do yoga, but I absolutely understand that the ergonomics are critical and I think that given the parameters you set for yourself this really turned out as something special. Bravo!

-Gregory
Tx! Lovely and wicked was exactly part of what I was going for, hadn't thought of those terms. I will hopefully be riding this one until I can't ride anymore.

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