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26 July 2017 - 1:10pm
 
 

Day-6 semi-recumbent / forward crank bikes back in stock soon

 

Day-6 semi-recumbent bikes will be in stock again soon. Production delays have made Day-6 bikes a limited-availability commodity for the past two months, but the wait is almost over.

AlphaBENT expects a new shipment of Day-6 forward crank bikes on Friday, July 28, 2017, but it's not clear how long they will last.

Some customers have been waiting two months, and other potential buyers have had to exercise their patience waiting for the delays to end.

Full stock of Dream-24, Dream-8, and Samson Day-6 bikes will be ready for a test-ride soon.

 

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