This is how a Chromoly frame should sound.
Hi-ten vs. Chromoly frames
Here is how to tell if your frame is Chromoly or Hi-ten steel: 1- Price. Usually Hi-ten is much cheaper than Chromoly steel. 2- Weight. Because Chromoly is stronger it uses less material than Hi-ten 3- Tapping. Just by looking at the bicycle it is hard to tell what material it is. If you have a pencil tap the frame. If it sounds like "Ding" instead of "Donk" it is probably Chromoly. For a video please check: https://youtu.be/T2Jkf89A66U
Brake Quick Release
Aries bicycles comes with Radius calliper brakes that has quick release. Make sure it is in the locked position when riding. The quick release makes it easier to remove the wheel with out changing brake settings.
Thank-you for all the referrals from happy customers. Almost half of all our orders are now coming from people who bought our bicycles and are referring to their friends... I wish they would let me know so I can thank them... If you have referred a friend and would like to take part in a prize drawing please send your name and address to my email: firstname.lastname@example.org. I will draw the prize once I get about 25-30 people. The prize will be 50% off any bicycle I have in stock. Thank-you for all your referrals!!!!
One more happy customer
I delivered a beautiful Aries A1 Matte Red to a very happy customer. I also finished an Aries A1 Matte Black with bullhorn so I can take more pictures for the site. You can take a look at the bikes following the links below. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bo8h3whw0fyvjg7/AAD5ia6fw26Ab7IZ9uOyJ9Sna?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/sh/w5l30tlet03mvnl/AAAfA9gYIdWlVdZKmgzfjYgBa?dl=0 It takes about 2-3 hours to complete a bike assembly, but I make sure everything is well greased, lined up and true.