Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday! —Alan & Michael
Posted 12.24.09 in The Kitchen Sink | Bookmark or Share
Thank You. The Best of the Holidays to you and yours.
And to you! May the new year bring you many blessings.
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good bike.
Merry Christmas to you and the family! Love the bike photo.
Merry Christmas to you and yours! And thanks for your excellent, very entertaining blog. I have the feeling that twenty-ten is going to be a very good year for all of us!!
Leo in Monterey
Merry Christmas, you Guys! Thanks for all the great work you do on this site.
Best of the holiday season !!! But……. (smile) isn’t everyday Christmas for you guys !?!?
Merry Christmas ! Or, in Breton, Nedeleg Laouen !
And bicycling world for the future !
Same to you! Thanks for a year of beautiful photos and entertaining blogging. :)
Merry Christmas Alan and Michael.
Thanks for your great site and may 2010 be a great year for you and the rest of your readers. I have had a good present already, the big bushfire on the 23rd missed my house by about 300 metres. Lots of others in my town were not so lucky so it will be a bleak christmas for them. Thankfully there was no loss of life this time.
Jeff Port Lincoln
Merry “Festimus and Happy new Gears”! Alan, may this season bring you and your family good health and good spirits! I can’t wait for the 2010 reviews and great posts! Your pal, Doug R.
Merry Christmas to all of you and, if you prefer it in italian, Buon Natale.
Thanks for saying, “Merry Christmas”. I appreciate it, and your excellent blog/resource.
A few questions about the Loring: 1. What size is it? 2. What size (roughly) are you? 3. What build did you get? Any differences from the review bike a few months back? I guess I will look forward to more posts about its ride and capability as you have it for a while. It looks like a great city bike.
1. It’s a Large
2. My pubic bone height is 88.5cm and I run a saddle hight of 78cm (measured from the center of the bottom bracket to the top of the saddle, inline with the seat tube). Set-up this way, the bars are approximately 1cm above the saddle.
3. It’s the iMotion 9 build. Love the new SRAM IGH. The gear ratios are spot-on.
I’ll be reporting back over the months with more details, but feel free to ask further questions anytime.