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The opinions expressed here are from Bike Friday owners who have chosen to share their views. Many are clearly thrilled with their bikes. Some offer us insight on possible improvements.
But everyone is sharing their experience. And we are grateful for the opportunity to learn.
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Posted by: John Mason
I'm a long time Campy rider. I made some changes to my PR with a 105 setup. By using Campy Veloce shifters and a Centaur rear D, I am able to use the Shimano Capreo rear hub and Cassette. Thus saving large amounts of money. I swapped out the Kalloy bars for Deda bars, just sent the bars back to BF and they cut and shimmed them for me. I went with the King headset. 105 crank. Speedplay pedals. The bike rides like a dream. I travel for work about once a month and the PR goes with me. I have had no problems with the airlines so far and I manage to pack everything I need into the case. I am hoping to the be able to communte to work soon, thirty mile trip, about 20 of it will be on the train. I can't think of a better way to get to work than a BF. Just have to survive the South Florida drivers.
Posted by: Trip Bowers
My Pocket Rocket has been in the bike stable for about a decade now. It has replaced the other road bikes for first choice in many events (general riding, club races, the Bicycle Ride Across Tennessee (BRAT), and - of course - for travel). The fit is good, handling good, packing in the older Samsonite suitcase is not a problem either.
Posted by: Peter Johnson
The best thing I like about my Pocket Rocket is its handling - better than virtually every standard wheel bike I have ridden. It's brilliant for descending Alpine passes - not a hint of a wobble at speeds of 40mph-plus and goes round hairpin bends as if it was on rails.