Post Number: 398
|Posted on Monday, March 09, 2009 - 07:23 pm: |
I learned a long time ago that the opinions of even my best friends might not be what I liked.. I form my own opinions. Must be my father's influence. He would ask everyone's opinion, and then do what he had decided before he asked for opinions
My opinion is don't overlook the Ox if shopping for a machine. The wheels excited me more than the vehicle! as I'm not in the market to buy a machine anyway. I travel 1400 miles round trip, three times a year to ride with a great group of guys, Matt is in the group. I don't think of the Ox as a new product, because Matt has been driving a prototype at these rides for several years. And he drove them HARD, I would say abused. He said, "If anything is weak, I want to find it now". He kept postponing production because he wanted the very first one right.
Again, form your own opinions, best done in real life, not armchair wheeling on the internet. That's the problem, if we don't have first hand, real life experience, all we have is talk and speculation.