I don't think they're targetting normal consumers....that much is a takeaway from the "Bugatti" logo at the top of their page.Even if I had a boat load of money, I still would not spend that kind of money on a bike.
Even if I was not a normal consumer or an individual capable of having a 'Bugatti' type lifestyle, I still would not buy it or anything comparable to the value. I do appreciate an expensive bike, just something not that high on the dollar scale.I don't think they're targetting normal consumers....that much is a takeaway from the "Bugatti" logo at the top of their page.
In like how they call it an "urban bike"...and put $10,000USD Lightweight wheels on it. Anyone dumb enough to ride that bike in any practical urban use almost deserves to have their bike stolen from them, along with the $35,000 purchase price.
Probably. The funny part about that is, I realistically probably have more of a Walmart bike budget. But I wanted a nice bike so I saved for it. I'm a Walmart-bike person riding above his means.You know, people riding Walmart bikes have the same conversations about those of us who ride $1,500+ bikes.
You're making assumptions about how I view Walmart bike riders. I feel the same way you do, at least they ride.I'd prefer not to be included in that "we". Some of my good friends ride Walmart-esque bikes. They ride what they can afford... at least they ride.