Maybe you can list some of the excusess.crackride said:just an update 4 mos............ still no bike...lots of excusess
Don't most bicycle companies offer a comparable product if the one you have is no longer available?zeb said:Maybe you can list some of the excusess.
Try to take it easy,eventhough things have gone bad.
ID is the bike that is very hard to be replaced with any other model in mtbindustry.
Not really. And it's not worth a four month wait unless those excuses are really good. I have a really hard time imagining it, unless it's because they don't have any frames..which at that point the only recourse is to upgrade to a new model....zeb said:ID is the bike that is very hard to be replaced with any other model in mtbindustry.
I like the high BB too.zeb said:I agree that crackride was entitled to have new bike in about 2 weeks.If Ellsworth do not have Id front trianges left,then customer should be able to get new frame that has replaced ID in Ellsworth line of bikes.
When my ID broke,I concidered many bikes and finally bought Nicolai Helius FR but it turned only to be a substitute to ID.Ok maybe there is MTB frame that is just right for me.
This what i want:
1.High Bottombracket ie to ID
2.Horst link or Itc
3.Light weight frame
4.5"-6" rear suspension
5.Good mud clearence to run fat tires(Sadly ID can handle only 2,35 Fat Albert)
crackride said:they did offer to upgrade me to the moment for 1800.00 extra...same price i could buy one on ebay..lets see orignal price of the id 1895.00 now 1800.00 more for a frame that should have been handled.. on the spot .......PRICELESS!
It would be really interesting if say someone broke an Id, and another manufacturer allowed it as a crash replacement trade-in for their brand.bpnic said:Same here.
When they break (my Id or Moment), Yeti's next for me. It's a shame, I'd miss the Horst link more than anything else. Maybe I'll take a look at Chumbas too.