Tuesday, May 1, 2012
This all-arounder from Rawland with 650b-size tires delighted testers with its versatility, supple ride, and nimble handling--even with a randonee bag up front. Decked out with fat slicks, the lightweight chromoly rSogn kept up on everything from fast-paced Saturday-morning group rides to solitary fire roads in the hills. With knobbies (there's enough clearance for true mountain-bike-size tires), your range is limited only by how far your legs will go. Bonus: braze-ons for every imaginable accessory. 24 lbs; rawlandcycles.com (p. 118)
Posted by Sean at 8:53 PM
Sunday, April 8, 2012
|Photo courtesy of lovelybike.blogspot.com|
"For those interested in trying a low trail 650B randonneuring bicycle without the wait and expense of a custom built frame, the Rawland rSogn is a great deal. There are many happy owners who ride long brevets on these bikes."
Read more here. Thanks, Constance.
Posted by Sean at 10:40 AM