Well I've been waiting since late Sept....so I was getting pretty excited that the bike would show up to join its sister the 5spot for Christmas. Sigh......now I gotta wait for the bike to make it back stateside, and then hopefully they can paint up another frame while its in transit. I'm just frustrated......Lynskey has been awesome to work with, much more detail oriented then some of the other manufacturers I've dealt with. Just ticks me off that I've got 6K on the credit card held in limbo and no bike for probably another month.Flyer said:Sorry to hear this. They are just messing with you Canucks on Christmas but don't worry...Lynskey will make it right in short order.
I just ordered a roadie frame (Roubaix S-Works) and told the shop to NOT ship it to my house. I can't stand the stress anymore...just call me when that bugger arrives. Same thing with my SS a few weeks ago- ship it to mtnhighcyclery please. I can't take the daily tracking and waiting.
These were suppose to be my last 2 bikes like forever. In fact I will be finally parting with 3bikes/frames and I never let any of my babies go.Flyer said:Damn, your wait is brutal. Maybe buy something else real quick that will get there quickly.
I've had 7 bikes in 3 years shipped via fed-ex, never had issues with frame damage, but there customs brokerage house gives me grief everytime and my bikes sit in limbo for many a day with them as well.ADDam said:Just thank god it wasn't FedEx.
Ha waiting neophyte! some of us have been waiting since mid-September for our Cannondale Flash carbon 29ers with no word on when if ever they will arrive.TiEndo said:Well I've been waiting since late Sept.