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    1. Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious 50 months ago | reply

      Oh, you got the pink one too.

      What do you think of it?

    2. KC-Bike 50 months ago | reply

      It's actually a nice red color, but my camphone doesn't catch it too well. It reminds me of my Diamondback Outlook that got stolen a few years back as far as the color goes.

      The ride is interesting. It actually feels quicker than the Swobo Baxter did, but holy hell this thing is heavy, and those tires? It's like a steamroller. I wanna run this bad boy down a flight of stairs post-haste. Look for some fun action shots on bikecommuters.com in a few weeks. I'm looking forward to your reactions on CBB as well.

    3. Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious 50 months ago | reply

      Yeah, stairs are no problem with this bike.

      Have you seen my mountain biking videos with the Urbana?

      www.flickr.com/photos/bike/4378106946/
      www.flickr.com/photos/bike/4378440244/

      In case you haven't discovered this yet -- those tires don't fit in bus bike racks!

      Fat tires and bus bike rack

    4. Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious 50 months ago | reply

      Oh, was the kickstand already on the bike or did you add that?

    5. KC-Bike 50 months ago | reply

      I saw that they don't fit in the bus' bike racks. I guess that's yet another silver lining of me not having a job to multi-mode commute to?

      Mine came with a kickstand at the rear drop-out.

    6. Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious 50 months ago | reply

      OOh, you lost your job -- I missed that news earlier. So sorry!

      Most of those bus bike racks will fit tires up to 2.35 inches. Some newer racks will fit tires up to 3" (or something close to that I think). Might be worthwhile toss what K.C. buses have.

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