Regular price of both $3999 and $4599?It’s probably just a typo, but it feeds my suspicion that MSRP is a convenient invention to create the impression of a good deal—a classic call from the Ron Popeil playbook.
I feel a little bad using this as an example, because in all honesty, $2,600 is a better-than-most deal for a full Ultegra rig. Personally, I’d love to see it at $2k flat, without wheels, but that’s a complaint for another time.
But as always, if you can wait another season or two, don’t mind a few substitutions, and aren’t hung up about what it says on the downtube… Regular price of both $3999 and $4599?It’s probably just a typo, but it feeds my suspicion that MSRP is a convenient invention to create the impression of a good deal—a classic call from the Ron Popeil playbook.
I feel a little bad using this as an example, because in all honesty, $2,600 is a better-than-most deal for a full Ultegra rig. Personally, I’d love to see it at $2k flat, without wheels, but that’s a complaint for another time.
But as always, if you can wait another season or two, don’t mind a few substitutions, and aren’t hung up about what it says on the downtube…

Regular price of both $3999 and $4599?

It’s probably just a typo, but it feeds my suspicion that MSRP is a convenient invention to create the impression of a good deal—a classic call from the Ron Popeil playbook.

I feel a little bad using this as an example, because in all honesty, $2,600 is a better-than-most deal for a full Ultegra rig. Personally, I’d love to see it at $2k flat, without wheels, but that’s a complaint for another time.

But as always, if you can wait another season or two, don’t mind a few substitutions, and aren’t hung up about what it says on the downtube

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  2. hot-bikes said: With the inflated cost of so much shit these days, not only do the Nashbar bikes look like a steal, you can even start bringing in your own frames from China.
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