I think it's the same as ordering a custom.  Trust the supplier + 
comprehend the numbers.  If you don't or can't comprehend the numbers, then 
it's a leap of faith.  Move it on if you hate it and try to learn something 
from it that you can use next time.  

Do you have the geometry chart for your drop bar touring bike?  Let's see 
it and perhaps you could describe why it would be a bad thing if your 
Roadini rode like your touring bike, and I'm sure we could point to 
differences in geometry and fit.  

BL in EC

On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 2:08:54 PM UTC-7, 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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