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Hmmm... Always thought so... Seems my suspicions were right... Only their saddles and handle bar widths should differ... And of course the colour schemes.

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Hmmm... Always thought so... Seems my suspicions were right... Only their saddles and handle bar widths should differ... And of course the colour schemes.

 

I think some guys are more particular about colour than the girls!

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Oh no!

 

I for one am going to keep the myth alive though - I bought my both my wife and daughter WSDs and they won me huuuuuge points compared to buying them "boys'" bikes lol!

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Oh no!

 

I for one am going to keep the myth alive though - I bought my both my wife and daughter WSDs and they won me huuuuuge points compared to buying them "boys'" bikes lol!

 

Your secret's safe with us… ;)

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I think some guys are more particular about colour than the girls!

Haha. For sure. I was merrily referring to the um... colour of the colours ie. magenta handle bar with a white saddle & grips, pink slip pink RD and cassette on with white Stan's ZTR 355 rims on blue Hope pro II hubs and skewers and a "memphis belle" painted onto the frame courtesy of Cylceart and.... wait.... I see what you mean...

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I think some guys are more particular about colour than the girls!

 

The whole Magenta / Pink argument, comes to mind. :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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Since I bought my wife a WSD mountain bike to replace her mens bike, she has been enjoying riding a lot more. She is short and the shorter top tube of the frame givers her a better position on the bike and hence the handling is much better, which boosts confidence.

 

Marketing myth of not, it worked for her.

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