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Finally, regarding POG's reviews: this was also really interesting to hear (read?). In general, we subscribe to the idea that there's no sense wasting ink in the magazine on bad products, largely because SO many of the bikes out there are so very good. Long before a review makes it onto the page, at least a handful of folks have determined that the bike is worth investigating — in some cases despite taller gearing, a weird fork, etc. — and so odds are any negative commentary are more nits to pick rather that out and out warnings to avoid. Do we miss on occasion? Without a doubt. But hopefully O'Grady's reviews are entertaining as well as informative, I certainly find them to be.
and John Schubert is a friend of mine... I'll have to show him that he rates as one of the "better authors." :-)
If I may interject a question, how do you stand staying in one pair of shoes all day?
I'd suggest you get to a podiatrist and get some properly fitting shoes.