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    Thumbs up Sex on wheels

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    Default Looks great, but what does it weigh?

    Corbs,

    There is some seriously tricky joinery going on with that machine. I looks fantastic....love the curves.

    I would like to know how it rides. I have a carbon fibre Pinarello; smooth as silk to ride. I wonder how that machine compares? When you get older you need comfort whist you are being punished.

    I would be interested to know what it weighs too.

    Thanks for the interesting post.

    Anthony

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    I'm in love. That's what I want. I'm an urban commuter, so the Pandurban commuter looks beautiful to me.

    There's some quotes on Bicycles.net.au

    US$1950? I'd pay it, but Minister of Finance would throw it out...
    Cheers, Richard

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    ...naaa...it didn't happen...sex on that...need piccies...

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    Default Renovo Hardwood bicycle

    [QUOTE=Luddite;1016485]Corbs,
    I would like to know how it rides. I have a carbon fibre Pinarello; smooth as silk to ride. I wonder how that machine compares? When you get older you need comfort whist you are being punished.

    -From Renovo 'A customer who also owns a Pinarello said of his new Renovo 'Absolutely stunning!!'. After 100 miles said 'I love the ride' and after 800 miles, 'It's a great ride.'Comparing his Pinarello to the Renovo, 'both bikes very smooth on chip seal, the Renovo is much quieter, the Pinarello is lighter--feels almost skittish', and finally, 'Thanks for producing a great frame.'

    Frames weigh from 3.5 to 4.5 pounds.

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