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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on Sava Herd. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
8 reasons to buy
- The packaging on the Herd was well-considered and protected the bike well.
- Setup was quick and easy for users, taking around thirty minutes.
- The larger-than-life appearance of the Sava was described as awesome.
- Owners liked the weight offered by the full carbon frameset.
- Riders described the frame as stiff and responsive.
- Some owners were delighted to have a carbon wheelset included at this price.
- The Shimano 105 groupset was a big drawcard of the Herd.
- Internal cable routing was a plus for fanciers of clean lines.
4 reasons not to buy
- Owners took a chance on Sava as it’s a little-known brand with no expert reviews.
- One cyclist mentioned that the deep rims caught crosswinds.
- Some buyers felt that the frame was a bit heavy for full carbon.
- One review mentioned that the provided brake pads were for alloy rims, not carbon. They didn’t provide a safe level of stopping power and were very noisy. The owner replaced them.