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Old 07-15-07, 10:58 PM   #1
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All is fine, Alfine. Added Mu Sport and disc Cadenza for 2008

A very interesting read:

including a new Mu Sport model.

"We'll be using a custom tire from Schwalbe. No Kinetix Pro wheels either - we're trying to keep th price about the same as the present Mu XL. But we will have a customized Shimano Nexus Premium hub."


"But I'll tell you what, how about a Cadenza with Alfine, discs and Big Apples?"
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FWIW, "Alfine" is pronounced "al-fin-a". Italian.

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