real stonie said:I was considering a Tomasso, Motobecane and Windsor, but ultimatley decided if it sounds too good to be true, it probably was. I neded up with a Trek from my LBS. I just had an issue with vague websites that gave very little information about the product and even less info about the "company" selling them.
Most any of the $1000 or so bikes out there are bound to be very good and serve your needs.kikos_ndakwa said:It seems that you can get an awfully good deal on these bikes, albeit online.
Are they solid bikes or a bit sketchy?
It seems there has to be some reason they aren't mentioned too often here.
My advise is e-mail them your questions and requests for opinionsLifelover said:Most any of the $1000 or so bikes out there are bound to be very good and serve your needs.
One of the Key players with RScycles posted here a while back and they seem to be a very solid company. I've talked with them on the phone about a MTB but decided not to buy anything at the time. They were very helpful.
If you are pretty confident about size/fit give them a call and talk about their opinion on fit for you.
If you do buy one be sure to give some feed back here after you have 500 miles or so on it.