Re: New Member, New Bike!
> Hi Jake, I uploaded some to the "Photos" area, the album is called," Vince's Atlas" If you would like to see certain views, tell me and I will upload them to that album...
Welcome and any chance you have some closeup photos of the quick release collar on racks?
- Hi Andy, I just uploaded some pictures of the QR collars to my photo album Vince's Atlas, feel free to ask for any other pictures.
--- In email@example.com, "A" <andyboote@...> wrote:
> > Hi Jake, I uploaded some to the "Photos" area, the album is called," Vince's Atlas" If you would like to see certain views, tell me and I will upload them to that album...
> > V.
> Hi Vince
> Welcome and any chance you have some closeup photos of the quick release collar on racks?
- Hi Andrew, Thanks for the invitation, I am routinely down in Portland to visit Powell's.
The fit and finish issues are truly minor, overall I would rate the workmanship on par with products costing much more. I have done more involved fitting on new "high-end" bikes bought by friends than I did on this one. Perhaps my brevity made the fitting seem more involved that it was. The handlebar is merely aesthetic and the front caliper mount adaptor took all of 5 minutes of filing to correct the alignment. You're are right about quantifying the reality of the machine with the intended personal outcome. Even within my short experience on cargo bikes, I believe the Atlas to be an outstanding value, time will tell.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Andrew Kreps <andrew.kreps@...> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 16:17, Vince <vintagemotorad@...> wrote:
> > While this is no Big Dummy or Mundo, it is much less expensive and with a
> > little attention to detail and simple mechanical skills; a fine long-tail
> > cargo bike "semi-kit."
> I think you'll find the sentiment around here to be, largely, 'if it works
> for you, great!' I'm glad to hear you got the bike to where you want it,
> and I find it interesting there there are some fit & finish issues with the
> machine. Quantifying that and whether or not it's worth the money you saved
> is really important.
> Enjoy the ride, and ride it lots. If you ever end up in Portland, drop me
> a line and you can ride my Dummy anytime.