yes, you are right. It's 8-speed.Do you mean 8 speed Revoshift?
The courier is Tuffnells.With the bikes being delivered, which courier do you use? Do they give you a 1 or 2 hour etc delivery slot on the day?
You may have also noticed the white Clover terminal, on the worktop 2ft above it, on the right side of the printer. Hatti uses the shredder to shred her hand written order forms after putting them through the Clover (Natwest Tyl) terminal.That shredder in the background in your video has a sign 'post'. Is that all the post, or just the bills?!*
Worth giving Woosh a call, as I found there were a few incorrect bits of information on the Rambletta which I only found out speaking directly to Hatti when placing my order a few weeks ago.Really like the look of the Rambletta...but for me there’s a potential problem. I’m nearly 6ft tall, which isn’t a problem with the new seat post, but the currently quoted maximum rider weight is 17 stone which is a problem given that I weigh closer to 19 stone especially when wearing a heavy outdoor jacket. Has the Rambletta been tested with taller/heavier riders with the new seat post, especially given that in my experience it’s the seat post quick release that can be problematic with folding bikes and heavier riders?
Tbh I can't tell if it's doing anything at all, it's sprung so hard, has little travel, and with the upright riding position it's kinda pointless imo. Much better is the suspension seat post. In time I'll look to buying a decent one as it's proven it's a worthwhile addition to the bike.Nice looking bike and seems to have some decent components. Personally I wouldn't want a bike with a suspension fork but that is the only thing I don't like about it.