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ianeire
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by ianeire

Thanks. What are they like to ride? Is the proprietary headset difficult to get replacement parts for?

One has come up locally and it's kind of a case of I don't need it, but I don't want to miss something that might be worth not-missing.

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havana
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by havana

It rides like a Citroen DS

Bottom bearing for the headset is pretty easy to get hold of. Top bearing will last pretty much forever. Quickset is easy to service, you can use two small allen keys instead of the original tool.

Btw it’s possible to convert the ISP version to non-ISP.
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ianeire
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by ianeire

Ha! Depending on what you think of the glorious DS that could be anything from effortless comfort to wallowy mush :D

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