Thanks man, I'm really happy with them. My brother have a pair of 10 speed 105's on his bike an I have to say that shifting isn't that different in quality. They don't fell anywhere near like crap and they're absolutely good for the money>>1526823>Looking good.
Really appreciate it.
In my case, the problem is that there's not a single wholesaler in town with a stock of non Shimano/sram products. I even think there's no one in the whole country. So if I've decided for microshift I'd have to ordered it form another country, and for the price and aestetics, I think sensah makes more sense.
I don't even know if the 3 months waiting were a special thing with AliExpress or sensah as a brand, I lost track of the package since week 2 and I even got my money back (then I returned it) because we all thought the shifters were lost.
Good thing is that I haven't had any problem getting my money back at any time buying on AliExpress.>>1526931
Yep, was waiting for you>>1526941>man it's gonna be a massive quality of life improvement when you get a larger bike lol
I know, and I even had lot of chances to get a frame of my size, but I love my little Bianchi frame and everyone keeps telling me that I would never find another one here. Boomer's love it and it gets lot's of compliments. I'm still young and fit, so I guess I'll keep riding it as a commuter until I cannot any longer.
Glad you remember the early phases of it lol, next step is going to get some chrome on the fork to add some S H I N E . I'll miss the old Athenea, but they'll be gone for something better.
I know you guys don't care, but probably I'll be leaving home for two years because I'm going to be a teacher in some really rural areas here in Mexico, literally on the middle of nowhere. Teaching children's to read and write, so they can finish school.
I won't be riding as much as I want, but it's for something good.
If I get the chance, I'll let you know that I'm still alive.