Those questions, well my version of them, drove me round the bend. The good
news was I hadn't far to go. Grin. At which point I realized there was no
way to answer those questions except after I rode the bike. I attempted,
and largely failed, to enter into a peace, accepting that I couldn't do
anything but spin my imaginary wheels, so I might as well trust my initial
discernment (St. Ignatius says never to change a decision made in
consolation when you're in desolation. Wise man.). Where I managed to be
successful, I refocused my efforts to things I actually could do whenever
the imaginary spinning began. Kept me (just) this side of sanity. Unless
you ask anyone other than me. Grin.
On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 3:08:54 PM UTC-6, Daniel D. wrote:
> I hopped right on the Roadini. Since it's a pre-order with a wait, a
> tinge of worry has creeped in. I've never bought a bike before taking a
> spin on it let alone not being able to touch it or a pre-order. Will I
> like it, will parts selection be a pain in the butt, what if it rides like
> my drop bar touring bike, look at that shiny titanium thing over
> there....blah blah blah
> Should've grabbed that $1600 minty choco-bar orange Sam...nah I wanted
> something roadieish
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