in article [email protected]
, VeloCat at [email protected]
02/17/2003 08:40 AM:
> Russell wrote:
>> "Randy" <[email protected]
> wrote in message news:<[email protected]
>>> Thanks for the expected lectures regarding the evils of paying extra for something simply based
>>> on aesthetics. I'm afraid that I have to admit (gulp) to being on of those who consider bikes
>>> part art, and for whom aesthetics plays a role in purchase decisions, expecially when it
>>> concerns parts for the last bike that I am ever going to own.
>> "The last bike I am ever going to own." HA! That one always gets me. Sorry, but IMO, anyone who's
>> into cycling will always buy a new ride sooner or later, especially, as you say, when you
>> consider bikes part art. You may hang onto your old "last bike," but you will undoubtedly get
>> sucked into buying a shiny new one too.
> I always say that my current ride is the latest in a series of "last bikes I will ever own".
There's a huge difference in "the last bike I am ever going to OWN" and "the last bike I am every
going to BUY" ... my current Ron Cooper, and my forthcoming Richard Sachs will be the two last bikes
I will ever own (at least that is currently the plan), however, I fully expect that I will buy (and
sell) other bikes along the line.
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