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That's a bit disconcerting Kev.I've had about 40 bikes and half of them had cast wheels, what bracket does that leave me in ?
Dude, will you please stop taking one liners seriously especially when followed by ---> or or or or or ESPECIALLY
What wrong with the foot controls, Shorty? A bit too sporting for your taste? I never really noticed that until you mentioned it.Rick.
If you can try the various Bonnies back to back. It'll be obvious.
The cast wheels are 17" diameter...the spoked wheels are 18" or 19".
The rotating mass of the wheels is farther from the axle with larger diameter wheel assemblies. This slows steering and demands more effort to reach a given lean angle. It's the reason scooters with 10” wheels can be a handful at speed. I found that even 16” wheels can be a bit “darty.” 17” wheels are sort’ve the sweet spot for me...
Ok Kev.We've spoken as you recall and I know you're a straight guy, but the thrust of your point and the humour contained within, isn't always readily identifiable from this side of the Pacific Ocean.I'll redouble my efforts to take your meanings as intended, confident that you'll do the same mate, but you have turned well meaning argumentativeness into somewhat of an art form also... I guess I just don't have that ingrained rapier American wit...
Well, on my side of the Atlantic Ocean Kev´s humour sounds very familiar - and refreshing.
As it does to me Fossil in general.I did say not ALWAYS readily identifiable. But usually if something is a joke, it doesn't need to be announced as such, the humour will be self evident, I'm just not witty enough I guess.
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