lisanne wrote:If you want a bike that in future could take a kiddy seat on the back, make sure that it has brazeons for it (I doubt it has them).
I would highly recommend test riding a few bikes just to get a feel for something else
baudman wrote:My partner really loves her Avanti Vitale
vidman wrote:hehe.. nah just a slip of the fingers
PubliusNaso wrote:Anyone know of anywhere else that does the Certegy payment thingo?
Percrime wrote:If you go for the Biancia bear in mind that one hears the odd story about Biachia's and warranty's. Just check it out a bit. At the very least make sure the dealer will be on side.
She is gunna be another climber aint she?
sachamc wrote:As Bianchi is an expensive brand I would be worried that $2000 may not give you a lot for your money.
Of course I wouldn't tell someone to not buy a bike they love. The more you love it the more you ride it.
An important thing is to work out the geometry that fits best. Traditional, compact, WSD
If WSD, some great bikes to consider under $2k are
Felt FW35 Awesome value. $1500 for shimano 105 at MBC.
Kona Lisa RD $1600. Shimano 105, Mavic Aksium wheels.
Scott Contessa Speedster.
Hopefully that doesn't add too much confusion.
Percrime wrote:Mirage is pretty low end campy.
Race ders are wank.
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