That frame looks so good!
A credit to you and @Maj both.
Also Velo Orange.
You're welcome :)
That is certainly in a league of it's own, but yours is no slouch either. Looking forward to seeing the progression.
I'm merely following the trail of your previous anodizing antics ;)
If you go for the ergotec, you should definitely keep the clamping mechanism black to keep in line with the overall colour scheme.
Obvious (tongue in cheek) answer is getting the Pro (I or this Ergotec/Humpert ) and then have polish that and stem and have them anodized to match
Good job on the respray - it looks stunning!
I am enjoyed the more diverse and personal build choices displayed by you and @Maj in particular.
I had a google around, and I think you're going to struggle with finding a glossy one. I've found several - PRO Vibe/Tharsis, Ritchey etc. But they're all mattte finish.
Unless she's clearly outspoken about a desire to upgrad/try something new, I think upgrading/ trading up sounds like a good idea.
re: my dad - I think he just rode everywhere in the lowest gear - he was certainly never jacked :D
Looks like they're going to polish up well nice!
My dad used to carry my older sister and I on a regular 3-speed dutch men's bike, with a yepp mini-style seat the front for my sister and a regular child seat at the back.. carried backpacks for all of us as well. Unless she actually wants a cargo bike, there are other alternative solutions.
Basically something like this:
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