Thank You for quick response - I checked - unfortunately it says it’s out of stock also there - well I guess I need to wait till they will produce it again hopefully. I still have the plastic crankset on - so if it is lighter I will keep it - maybe I will try to lose some weight on pedals - I already ordered carbon handlebars I had stock wheels in carbon - wish there could me more ways to make it lighter - like having that lower part of frame made of carbon. I was posssitivly surprised with the bicycle - only drawback was the weight.
You’re right, the saddle (unused, new condition) is out of stock at Bill’s shop.
But please read carefully - there is still one left over!
(Note also that prices are shown in Canadian $!)
The carbon bottom tube was already realized on the Strida C1.
Just I think it is a disadvantage because it’s impossible to use 80 teeth beltwheels (required for all bottom bracket gear drives) due to the tube’s shape.
Anyway still unbeaten is the weight record of our Japanese friend Genuine_S:
Och that carbon crank looks sweet. Indeed a bit expensive but I will take it into consideration.
do you maybe have link to that German distributor ? Distributor in my country doesn’t even reply to Facebook messages - I guess market for strida’s here isn’t so big.
But to get access to the parts pages you must be a dealer!
That means in other words that all dealers listed at this page; https://www.strida.de/service/
must be able to order anything from the main distributor - they do have a dealer’s account.
Most German customers do NOT know about this btw…
(Please note: I can see mentioned distributor’s page ONLY via my local dealer!)
Further explanation; as we Austrians do not have our own main distributor we are allowed to buy in Germany.)