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AASQ Callout Reminder: Questions about buying a bike online? Ask Fezzari anything about their bikes!

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You’re ready to buy your new bike. You’ve been to all the shops in town, and you’re narrowing down the choices. But have you considered shopping online? To some, that is a blasphemous statement. To others, it’s simply a way of life. Why not order your next bike along with your groceries, dog food, and gardening supplies directly from your lap top?

Well, for a number of reasons, really. Bicycles need to be properly fit. There are a ton of options and standards that can often confuse everyone, even the supposed experts. Above all, it’s hard to really get a feel for a new bike without riding it.

In spite of all that, brands like Fezzari are making consumer direct sales a painless endeavor, and are making some great bikes in the process. But even with the process laid out on the web, it’s natural to have questions about such a large purchase. Which is why we’ve opened up the next AASQ installment to Fezzari Bicycles. They’ll be answering any of your questions about buying a bike online, or specific questions about any of their bikes – human powered or electric assist.

Submit your questions through this form, and we’ll round them up with the answers soon!

fezzari.com

 

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Velo Kitty
Velo Kitty
4 years ago

What is the name and city of the factories that the frames are produced in?

Zoso
Zoso
4 years ago

Why does monosyllabic have five?

Samwise
Samwise
4 years ago

Should bike shops just stick to repairs & sizing instead of selling bikes/parts at a 25% inflated cost so consumers that know what size bike they want can order direct from companies such as yourself?
Eagerly awaiting a PC answer…

Rambis
Rambis
4 years ago
Reply to  Samwise

My answer to what I think their answer should be.
“Bike shops should stick to whatever they want to stick to.”

Alex
Alex
4 years ago

How come no one makes any 27.5 120-140mm trail bikes anymore?

Brookes
Brookes
4 years ago
Reply to  Alex

My Whyte T130 is a 140/130 27.5 BLAST to ride!

Ethan
Ethan
4 years ago
Reply to  Alex

Santa Cruz 5010, Evil The Calling, Cannondale Bad Habit, Specialized Stumpjumper ST, Kona Process 134…

Hamjam
Hamjam
4 years ago

Niner needs to go direct. No shops seem to have any, so I will have to order one anyway.

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