... Forced to claim insurance I again was in the market it was now 1993 and the choice was a Cannondale or a strange bike with M900 XTR groupo. The Extreme Attitude won out on sale for $2800 with the rationale that I could upgrade the frame and keep the sweet XTR. The new frame never happened but that’s another story….
Like the story. The Attitude wasn't such a bad bike. Exceptionally good value. Extreme was the 'upmarket' version of the Milazo brand, distributed by Roslyn Bicycles. I remember going to the Roslyn Bicycles '93 trade product launch & seeing the sample Attitude on display along with some other froot (San Andreas frame/fork/brake combo, Extreme full-sussers etc). I had an Avanti Lightning (M900) @ the time. I recently picked up a Milazo Rock Comp II e-stay in hardly-used condition & had it shipped over to Aus.
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