- Oct 2, 2012
Only then was I allowed to test ride the D9 again, and from which ride I instantly concluded that the bits on the P10 were way better. But again, and with reference to the OP, I’m clueless about why that should be. Derailleur tech is at least 100 years old; shouldn’t we be able to pick up cheap group-sets at Daiso by now?
That's about what the bike maker did for the D9, or at least the wholesaler equivalent of a Daiso. Anyway, it may have felt clunky but it's Shimano so should last okay.