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    Why does Chumba only makes one color bikes?

    Hello all,

    I would like to ask Alan, and also hear the comments of everyone about why does Chumba only makes bikes with one color?

    I think that a VF2 or any other bike would look great with a combo of 2 or more colors. That would also help creating variety in their bikes, which would probably result in more sales.

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    Marco

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    We have tried this before - and the consensus was that the bikes looked to "big box".
    Simple | Proven | Reliable

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    I´m not sure if I understand what "big box" means, but if that means it would not look nice, I don´t see why.
    Today I was in a LBS and saw many bikes with cool color designs, I would love to see more variety on Chumba´s.

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    Meh. I think the current color scheme (solid front triangle color + polished or matching/gun metal/whatever solid color rear) is money. Re-inrtoducing the orange front triangle would be awesome though

    There is beauty in simplicity.
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    "Big Box"means Pacifica, Murray, Trek, Huffy, etc.

    The Solids are the way to go, because it looks far richer than the other swirly scheme's.

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    I believe you meant to say....

    Quote Originally Posted by Scottandhisdog
    "Big Box"means Pacifica, Murray, Trek, Huffy, etc.

    The Solids are the way to go, because it looks far richer than the other swirly scheme's.

    Pacific

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67degrees
    Pacific
    Oh sure. Although I am sure the Chrysler product is a piece too.

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