hoodie2 Posted November 15, 2013 Report Share Posted November 15, 2013 I don't follow why as consumers some of us are responding negatively to having more choice in the market place. What's the problem? Most of the parts on this bike are shared with the Sherco so they have good economies of scale, availability of spares shouldn't be an issue and the much of it is tried and tested technology. Additional production costs should be limited so why shouldn't it be viable. The fact that they have gone for different hydraulic systems and so on might result in competitive pricing. This is effectively Sherco looking to corner a bigger sare of the available market by offering more options. Good luck to them. Personally I'd rather go to a trial and see variety of bikes than a sea of Evo's. 6 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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