Hi all, Just bought a Carrera Subway 2 from Halfords, and I'm chuffed to bits with it (although I've only set it up & done my first tentative 3 mile try-out run this morning, after 25 years off a bike). However, here's an important bit of info for anyone also considering buying a Subway... TWO DIFFERENT MODELS are available - the Carrera Subway 2 Town & Trail and the Carrera Subway 2 Hybrid Commuter. The same confusion also applies to the cheaper Carrera 1. When people talk about the Subway on this forum, they generally don't specify which model they're referring to. There are quite a few differences between the two models. For example, the Commuter has a triple ring chainset, the Trail has a double. The Commuter has a solid seatpost, the Trail has a suspension post. This big difference for me is that the Trail has an adjustable stem. As a non-expert, I really didn't pick up on the importance of this. So for the numpties out there like me - it means you can not adjust the height of the handlebars on the Commuter model! Of course, I bought the Commuter, and then found that I could ideally use an extra inch or two of handle height to get properly comfortable. Oh well, lesson learned. It's still seems like a really nice bike Hope this helps someone. I guess the real lesson here is to try and visually inspect the actual bike you're buying, and more importantly, try it on for size. Unfortunately, my local Halfords didn't have one built on the shop floor, and in a fit of purchasing enthusiasm, I bought it anyway to build up myself.