i have been looking at the motobecane nemesis on bikes direct.com
does anyone own this bike
should i be afraid of buying a bike online
tell me the good news or bad hopefully good
Its sold out.
I'm sure I've seen it advertised by them before, so perhaps they get periodic shipments.
Don't know much about it, but the specs are impressive for the price. The question of motobecane's quality has been raised before. Don't know that there's been any consensus.
You should dare to add what you really want to the christmas wish list. Maybe a cervelo carbon p3 with campy. you just might get a red thong. LOL
no really , about the moto ... i dont know about that bike. the parts are not bad but i am sure the frame is very low quality, i mean very low.
Its not a BAD frame, I saw one that was bought into the bike shop for assembly, but I wouldnt go for it. Get from a soild brand with 105. You wont be able to tell the difference in performance... trust me.
I bought one. It was so cheap I figured why not? Well, I bought the wrong size (damn online bike shopping). I had fun putting it together, upgraded the cranks and a few other things, but only road it once. I put a good set of wheels on it the day I road it and it is pretty fast. It is has a decent frame and all-in-all for 900 bucks it isn't bad. However, I am going to sell it because it is just a little big for me. I also really like my Giant road bike and find it faster than any other bike I have been on so far.
Personally, I will not buy another bike online. I learned my lesson and really believe in trying them out and finding one that fits. I would rather pay the extra money and leave a store knowing I have the right bike for me. I tried a dozen road bikes before I got the Giant and I love it. Maybe I would be singing a different tune if I ordered a 54" Nemesis but I am still sitting with a bike I won't use that was purchased online. So, I will not be buying online again.
If you fit a 56" frame and are interested in a once ridden Nemesis, I bought it a few months ago and have it hanging in the garage. I'm just over 5'9" so I think about 5'11" to 6'1" or 2" might fit this frame? I prefer not to sell it to anyone who could not try it first because I don't want what happened to me to happen to someone else. But, it is here in Menlo Park, CA if you are interested in giving it a spin.
In previous post 54 and 56 are CM not inches.
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