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    Oh Man, why does the imaging on this forum SUCK SO HARD!

    To post a screenshot from my tablet at a reasonable size, I had to email it to myself, startup my workstation desktop, open the emailed image in photoshop, resize it (down), save it, then upload it to my ftp server, generate an http: URL, copy that, then re-post here and reference the online image I just uploaded, unclick "Retrieve remote file and reference locally", so that it will show up bigger than 7x7 fu*king pixels!

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    I wonder what you get on that bike for the "starting price"?
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    I saw that several days ago and thought that maybe true competition is finally starting to show up. We'll see how it unfolds
    So far, Zero is the only real and affordable option
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    $13k?

    That a serious shot at Zero alright... spec at that price will indeed will be the question, but I'd be lying if I said I weren't excited about a credibly faired alternative to the SR at similar money.

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    OH HECK, I dunno. Buy a bike that's a brand new model from a company that hasn't built an actual bike for 6 or so years and has bullshit about their specs and accomplishments since day one and has no dealer network, vs. spending a few thousand more ($16,495.00) for a bike that's coming from a company that's been in development and actual production for over 8 years, with constant refinements every model year and a model (last year's SR) that basically knocks everything else into the cheap seats, dollar for dollar, and coming out with a new model in a few weeks?

    Yeah, that's a tough one...

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