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Country: 188.8.131.52, Europe, DE
City: 9.491 , Germany
Like many others on here I used to ride and was looking for a good entry level bike. I am super careful about how I spend my families money and always look at things as an investment. I looked at the Trek 1 Series and considered it. However, all my research and the price of this bike kept bringing me back. It was the only bike I felt comfortable buying. So, I pulled the trigger and ordered it. It arrived in a box like others have mentioned. I thought I would give assembly a go and it was much easier than I anticipated. It only took me about 30 minutes with access to limited tools. I took it for a spin and it seemed to be pretty good. I decided to use it to commute to work the next day. After forgetting how to unclip from my pedals and eating some road...yeah yeah...I went to use the front break when it made a weird sound.
We live in an RV, space is limited. But we had a venerable Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer, big, heavy, reliable. We had a Cuisinart Food Processor, heavy, lots of parts, excellent performer. And we had a Magic Bullet, used it nearly every day, smoothies, scrambled eggs, etc.