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  1. #1
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    Nov 2007

    Brodie Ronin 2010

    Anyone have one of these and could chime in on the ride quality and level of components? Looking at this or a Salsa as a adventure bike - something that I could ride multi surfaces and put up to 42c tires on. Thanks in advance...

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    I have a Brodie Dynamo 2009 with an aluminum frame and I am very happy with it. I don't think you can go wrong with Brodie. I looked at the Ronin models. This year they are making some with cro moly frames. I like the Aluminum it seems responsive and forgiving. I like the mechanical disc brakes as well once you figure out how to adjust them you can do it yourself and keep them working perfectly. I have added some Truvativ components which Brodie uses as well. I believe this is a good choice. I have contacted Brodie by email and they are very helpful.

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