After checking out Cruiser Revolution for a while, Andy Shipp made the decision a few months ago to get his first cruiser. He went with a 2011 Mirraco 20forty. Full chromoly construction was a big selling point and it was well spec’d for the price.
His wife ended up liking his new 24 so much, she bought a DK Cygnus cruiser for herself! (Andy and his wife have two young sons…wonder if they’re going to be able to keep up to Mom and Dad?)
However, after riding the Mirraco for a short while, Andy decided that he needed to make a change.
He realized he would be happier on a frame with new school geometry, one that was more suited to his style of riding.
The Sunday Model C fit the bill perfectly.
He tracked down a new Model-C frame for a great price and did a frame swap. (Perhaps inspired by the DIY complete post?)
Andy says his new 21.75″ Sunday feels much more like what he remembers from his 20″ days, only smoother and more comfortable.
Andy's bike before the frame swap
And his Sunday turned out really nice! The red components really pop next to the silver frame.
Here’s what it looks like now.
Andy and his 24
Check out the Shipp’s his and hers stable bikes. Riding in style!
The Shipp stable of bikes
Both Andy and his wife’s rides are sporting Cruiser Revolution stickers, and they have turned on a few other folks to cruisers and Cruiser Revolution (thanks guys!).
Andy seems pretty stoked that he’s taken the plunge into the world of cruisers…and that enthusiasm has clearly spread to the rest of the family. I just heard that they added a new bike to the collection, A DK Kvant for their oldest son.