Other Road Bikes...BOW DOWN when Renovo comes to your town!

I posted ,many months back about a wood framed bicycle. That was then people...I will not tell you that I am fan of Road Bikes and I certainly could never bring myself to buy one because let's face it...that just 'Ain't my type of hype BABY!' However, there is a company called Renovo Bikes (http://www.renovobikes.com/) that caught my attention with their current line up of Road Bikes.
They use not just wood on their frames yall....they use LUXURY WOODS! In 2003 as some of you know, I helped launch a Jewelry Company called 'Banneker', named after Benjamin Banneker the 1st African-American Scientist and Inventor. What the CEO envisioned doing was laying down Luxury Woods in the dials of wrist watches, rings and jewelry. People laughed at him and even people that have launched and manage large jewelry companies laughed and said it couldn't be done. (I challenge any of you to find ANY wrist watch with any kind of wood in the face between the early 1970s and 2004). It got done and now everyone is doing it!
Renovo, has done this thing in bicycle design and their designs are nice (cluttered but nice). I guess they have to be cluttered because the folks who ride these machines need all of those gadgets....I guess. Road Bike Companies other than Renovo........know this.....As Felt Racing before them, Renovo receives my 2nd 'BOW DOWN' Award......which, for other Road Bike manufacturers means......BOW DOWN WHEN RENOVO COMES TO YOUR TOWN!


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Anonymous said...

um, whachu mean cluttered? Don't see anything extra that you don't sit on, steer with, stop with or make it go. It hardly has decals even.

November 9, 2008 at 7:46 PM

Anonymous said...

Anonymous...you obviously believe that all the things on these designs are a 'Necessity'. Think on this wise..there was a time when people didn't know that a cell phone was a 'Necessity', or that air condition and heat were a 'Necessity' in cars! As the great Forrest Gump once said:

"That's all I have to say about that."

November 9, 2008 at 9:48 PM

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