Dave Hickey said:For the same reason most new bikes aren't sold with pedals. Pedals are a personal choice. There are many models and most cyclists have a preference..I like Shimano pedals..If I bought a bike with LOOK pedals, I'd end up selling them
It's a lawyer thing. You can't ride a bike without pedals, but you can ride a and possibly sustain serious lower gastrointestinal tract injuries (brain injuries with some people) on a bike with a seat post and no saddle.rodar y rodar said:For the same reason it seems like they ought to sell them without saddles. Wonder why that isn`t the norm also.
wim said:It's a lawyer thing. You can't ride a bike without pedals, but you can ride and possibly sustain serious lower gastrointestinal tract injuries (brain injuries with some people) a bike with a seat post and no saddle.
When I bought my new 29er I had to remove 3-4 idiot stickers warning me of the dangerous activity I was facing by riding the bike and that when I removed the cheesy chainguard I was risking "serious injury." Then there was the one on the fork near the quick release that made sure I'd read the manual about the QR.jupiterrn said:I find this post completely humorous. Of course I would be the person who would sustain a brain injury if I road a bike with no seat. :blush2: