I have a Commencal - Similar business model but different bike. Building it is a non-issue, the only thing you need to attach is the front wheel, handlebar, pedals, and seat. Everything else should already be connected & set up. It should take less than 1/2 hr to assemble. Also, note that most new bikes don’t come… Read more
This is a major reason why I prefer trackdays on bikes to cars. Every org that I’ve ridden with does a similar set of passing rules, straights for beginner group, straights & outside of turns for intermediate, and anywhere for advanced. As long as the org is good about placing people in the right groups, it works… Read more
New Sum 41 is quite crunchy.
Hmmmm, where could people get the idea that they could get a a $200 / mo payment.......
What you said about pricing applies to ANY sales transaction. People that buy based on price are only buying based on price and nothing else. People that do not buy based on price are buying based on some other value. It is in the best interest of the party doing the selling to sell based on other value, not on price. Read more
I use them as first choice for most stuff. My theory is that it’s all the same made-in-China garbage as anywhere else, so you might as well get the cheapest version. The largest $$$ area that I skipped them for is a tire changer, spent 3x as much on a No-mar as the HF one costs. It’s definitely worth it in that area.