I agree with your agreement and the views of my esteemed colleague, Dr. Goodrich, but homey completely lost me with the Campag CF brake levers. Who selected the parts for that bike, Sybil?
Cheers! Don Ferris Anvil Bikeworks, Inc. Littleton, Colorado Ph: 303.471.7533 / 303.919.9073 Fax: 413.556.6825 http://www.anvilbikes.com
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btw - i agree with myself.
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the fork rake is not the design. it is part of the design. a completely
stable AND race-worthy bicycle can be built around a sound design that
<also> has a fair amount of offset - and don't confuse this with bend radius
- that is simply an aesthetic consideration.
<< I really, really like the look and the idea of soaking up some bumps but
all the theories would say that it would ride like poo poo. >>
<< not poo-poo. >>
Ah ha! Rides like a Haiku?