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    Mission Sutro


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    I always imagined my ideal commuter to have an internal hub but with drop bars.

    Hate how they got a hipster in their prints though..

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    Yeah, I've got a few concerns about the cable routing. I love that it's internal I'm just concerned whether or not the cables just dangling in there or there are guides and what about grommets at the entrance and exit to prevent rust? It kind of surprised me that with all the forethought why they didn't go belt drive and possibly disc brakes as well? It just seems that everyone is going that route, especially if you're going to route the cables out of the way why wouldn't you do the other two? Disc seems like a natural choice for urban dwellers that aren't going to be all over them all the time and belt drive seems like an obvious choice if your attempting to market towards urban dwellers as well especially if you're not putting a chain guard on it.

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