The Espresso is the bike for urban adventures:To the park on a sunny weekend; down the street for a lazy Sunday brunch; or to the market for some fresh penne, tomatoes, and a bottle of wine. For 2010, the Espresso gets a complete makeover. The patented new Dahon Axis stem lets you fold the Espresso with a minimum of effort and Schwalbe Big Apple Tires mean that you go faster, in a lot more comfort. The new Espresso is a shot of caffeine to your cycling lifestyle.Tech highlights: Upright and comfortable ride.
I haven't yet tried one of these but got a heads-up on from a member at the [URL="http://www.bicycles.net.au/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=62832&p=950767#p950759"]Australian Cycling Forums[/URL]. Looks like a pretty cool way to make cof ... Read More »
I am upgrading my current entry level Novara for a long-distance type, lighter, steel, road bike. I am debating between the Jamus Eclipse or spending the extra cash to go custom, either the Seven Resolute or the Co-Motion Espresso? Any thoughts? Not as much written out there about Co-Motion and s ... Read More »
I'm a sucker for expensive, huge kitchen appliances. Already have a Vitamix and standing mixer. Now I'm interested in an espresso machine.
I probably won't buy one, but I'm wondering how much you have to spend to get really good espresso at home. Breville has some semi-automatic machines for a ... Read More »
Now I have truly seen it all... I wonder if it comes in carbon for those mornings where every second counts... Apologies in advance if anyone has one of these and I am failing to see the value here... I am a caffeine addict, so please enlighten me... Good riding... Colorider
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Pre-ride I like a cortado or a variation on the cortado my barista makes called a little ninja; a cortado with coco powder and cayenne pepper
Mid-ride I like a doppio espresso
Postride after I eat, a cool cafe fredo
don't usually have all three...i'm not that addicted to it.
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