All I can say is, you do your diligence, take your best educated shot at a
bike that will work, and accept that if it doesn't work out you will either
have to live with it or sell it along and take some financial loss. I
think of it as the fee for the education I've gotten by riding the bike -
if I didn't like it, I have at least learned why and won't buy that again.
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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