introducing the Woosh Grand Camino

Woosh

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That pannier rack looks an odd shape, will it hold pannier bags successfully?
yes, maybe it's the camera's angle. It's the same rack on the Camino.
Viewed from above:



side view:

 
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Woosh

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my concern would be the vulnerability of the seat-post tube.
it's supported by a substantial gusset, the seat tube is 400mm long.

 

LSR

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Only signed up today to help decide which bike to buy. Think I may have found it with this.

Les
 

Nealh

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Only signed up today to help decide which bike to buy. Think I may have found it with this.

Les
You won't go wrong much in choosing Woosh and the bike looks a good un from their stable.
 
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Woosh

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Woosh

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The first batch of Gran Camino will go out to customers who have pre-ordered around 25-August.
The second batch should be here end October.
If you are interested, you can always email hatti@wooshbikes.co.uk - some customers would have found a bike before we can deliver and cancel at the last minute. In any case, there will be plenty of Camino in stock by then.
 

LSR

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Thanks for the quick reply. October will be too late for me too I'm afraid. When will you have the standard camino in ?

cheers

Les
 

Woosh

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the boat arrives 9-August.
Time to clear the backlog of pre-orders, I guess it will be end August before we can deliver on orders taken now.
 
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Maleyale

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Wow. I really like the look of it. Emmm looks like I might put my idea of fitting a conversion kit on hold. Now comes the long job of softening up the misses. Looking at the time scale to get one, I should have a good while to work my magic.
 

vfr400

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It looks pretty good to me. I'll probably be recommending it. Personally, I prefer 48v, but there's nothing wrong with 36v. I have one comment for the next batch: The gearing looks a bit low for such a powerful system. What size is the chainwheel. I'd want 44T as a minimum.
 

FatBob

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Looks nice. Like the black finish.

Can it take a fatty?
 

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