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Last Post 08/16/2013 04:12 AM by Kenny Gonzales. 4 Replies.
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THE SKINNY

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08/07/2013 10:33 AM
anyone ridden either the liscio or the viaje? i heard the liscio was a pretty harsh ride for a frame that's supposed to be vertically compliant. i haven't heard anything on the viaje.
How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.
longslowdistance

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08/07/2013 11:09 AM
Bicycle quarterly like the CF better, but found the disc compatible fork to be harsh.
pabiker

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08/07/2013 01:17 PM
Just buy a Specialized Roubaix.
THE SKINNY

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08/07/2013 01:31 PM
i can find lots of reviews on the roubiax.
How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.
Gonzo Cyclist

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08/16/2013 04:12 AM
Don't buy the Spez...........Why have vanilla when you can have something exotic?
I have ridden both many times, we sell and demo them in our shop. The Liscio is a nice ride, a bit stiff for sure, but the thing can descend like crazy, I have done 65 plus on it a couple of times. We have an Ultegra version, and one with Dura Ace
The Viaje is too sweet, perfect frame design for steel, and comes in many different packages, we brought one in with Sram, it came with a compact front, and an 11/36 cassette, it's a great ride, it comes with 28's, but has room for up to 45's possibly? We have built a few of these for customers. It really is an adventure bike as advertised.
Every one that rents one from us, buys one, the CF and the steel
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