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    Carver & Fatback props

    I have communicated with both companies in the last week. Amazed by their customer service. At Carver I was speaking directly to the owner of the company & he was lightening fast to reply to my questions. Fatback was equally fantastic to work with. Not sure if I'll be able to afford their bikes, but if I can swing one of them, I certainly will.

    I have had 2 Pugs & a Moonlander & am anxious to try something else. I am sure the Trek, Specialized, Moto, etc are all going to be swell bikes, but there is certainly something to be said for the micro companies!!!

    Each I think are ran by 2-3 people. Fatback are made in the USA & is closing the price gap. I'm thinking Fatback Rocker frame with Carver O'Beast carbon fork.

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    I've had nothing but great dealings with Fatback as well, super company to deal with. There is something special about being on a U.S.A. made frame.
    And I love beer!!

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    Carver/Bikeman are great people!
    "Ride what you love, love what you ride"

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