Hello from scotts valley

Dirtbikerick

New Member
Hello there, I just finished assembling and putting some riding time in on a new Radrover, I am 62 and a previous motocross rider, rode from 11 to 48 years with very little pedal time. My wife and I rented full suspended felts on a stay in Tahoe and the light bulb really came on for me, but I couldn't stomach spending 5-6+k on what my brain told me I needed to have. So after much thought I purchased the rover. I have to say I'm really impressed with the quality of this rig, the rover is what it is, it's a very nice riding bike with nice features at a price that won't kill the bank, and it really makes me warm and fuzzy so that's cool. So just like when I bought a new race bike I already had new suspension and other parts in boxes to install I ordered new m1 Hyd brake calipers for the rover. Thanks for letting me post, lots of good info on this site, cheers.
 

shepherd1

New Member
Hello there, I just finished assembling and putting some riding time in on a new Radrover, I am 62 and a previous motocross rider, rode from 11 to 48 years with very little pedal time. My wife and I rented full suspended felts on a stay in Tahoe and the light bulb really came on for me, but I couldn't stomach spending 5-6+k on what my brain told me I needed to have. So after much thought I purchased the rover. I have to say I'm really impressed with the quality of this rig, the rover is what it is, it's a very nice riding bike with nice features at a price that won't kill the bank, and it really makes me warm and fuzzy so that's cool. So just like when I bought a new race bike I already had new suspension and other parts in boxes to install I ordered new m1 Hyd brake calipers for the rover. Thanks for letting me post, lots of good info on this site, cheers.
Welcome Dirtbikerick! I agree with you in some of the outrageous prices that I could not justify. I looked at Rads myself before finding my Specialized Como. Enjoy the site!