Zdjęcie z Downhill Stożek 2008, na zdjęciu Maciej Joda - złoty medalista.
jABnsRrI 01.10.2012, 05:25
I bought a 2007 Madison (slightly tthgier geometry, but roughly the same otherwise) when it first came out, and I'm still very happy with it as my daily ride. I've replaced a lot of the components by now, of course, as I had money to burn, but the stock components are decent. Replacing the stem, seatpost, and bars along with removing the rear brake made a good difference weight-wise. I beg to differ with thejerk all these Taiwanese-made off the peg track bikes from Schwinn, Bianchi, Masi, Surly, IRO, et al. are using the same generic 4130 cro-moly. (Those that are not are using Reynolds 520, which is essentially the same thing.) Ride-wise, I couldn't notice a difference between it and friends' Pistas, Kilo TTs, Fuji Tracks, and the like. Definitely rides nicer than the Langster I rode around for a few blocks, too.BTW, the Cutter is going to be made using hi-tensile steel to compete directly with low-priced bikes like the SE Lager Draft, etc. It's probably going to weigh a good bit more, as a result. Not that I haven't thought about picking one up as a trick/polo bike