I'm totally stoked. The Wabi is just so well-designed, and there's no skimping on parts to meet a price point. Richard chose his parts, and that determined the price. He didn't spec cheaper parts just to sell it for less. So you could probably happily ride it for a long time without really doing any upgrades, other than some items for personal fit.
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