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post #1 of 16 Old 11-08-12, 21:36 Thread Starter
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Rizoma is making a bicycle

And it's as beautiful as their motorcycle accessories!!!

http://www.gizmag.com/rizoma-77-011-...bicycle/24935/


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Very aesthetically pleasing. Good chunk of change, which keeps some of the exclusivity factor :)

Does it state "for the privileged few" due to cost, or limited release to special people. :)


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I'm guessing both. For a full carbon bike it's not that expensive but it is when you consider it's a play bike, not touring or commuter or anything like that.
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That is very nice looking, but no way could I ever justify that price tag.


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I was so ahead of the curve on this hot orange trend
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17 pounds for a carbon fixie that doesn't have a seat tube is pretty heavy too, especially when you get to that price range.
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I would have expected it to have hydraulic disk brakes with the rizoma reservoirs.

Nuno!

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Does it at least come with an attractive Italian women?

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A hipsters wet dream.

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Oh dear. A gates drive non adjustable overpriced crabon 'fixie'. Stand in line behind those buying ferrari colnagos...

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