Join Date: Aug 2016
Location: San Francisco, CA, USA
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But isn't the owner the intended viewer, not everyone else? It's user experience, our daily interaction with this machine that takes us on our commutes and adventures.
The compliance stickers were a breeze to take off and I have them set aside if they ever need to be referenced. But I used to work in compliance, and though those labels are necessary, they don't necessarily need to be placed on the gorgeous Night Copper frame.
No the cables aren't a manufacturing/quality problem. Just personal preference in design.
And no, I don't take offense to your opinion. I love this bike. I even sold my beloved Monster because I love this one that much more. I put 1000 miles in the first 2 days of owning it, and I smile every time I hop on.
But yes, there can be improvements and I am asking the people on this forum if you have any suggestions on how to fix these issues.