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Old 03-21-10, 02:47 PM   #1
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NBD--New Leftover Tass Came Home Yesterday!

Mostly because of our pending move to Italy this Summer (Sicily), I decided to add a mountain/trail bike to my cycling and fitness regime.

I was about to buy a new Wahoo Disc when the subject of '09 leftovers came up at the LBS, and I wound up going for this Tass for about $150 more than the Wahoo.

First one the LBS ordered was damaged in shipping, so we had to wait an extra week for this one. 17.5", all stock save for Bontrager ergo grips (really like them on my 7.3FX), the M424 pedals, Garmin 705 sensors/mount, and air pump.

Actually rode it home from the shop yesterday, LOL--couldn't get it to fit on my trunk rack on the car. Not exactly trails, but considering the way some of our streets are paved (or more accurately their state of repair) down here, I think the ride qualified!!! . So far very pleased with the decision!!!

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