Mountain Biking - question about my bike (nishiki)
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06-06-04, 02:51 PM
Hate to ask a rather newbie-ish question, but well, I am. So here goes.
I have a Nishiki Bravo that I bought a few years ago (well, someone bought it for me). Stuff happened and I only rode it like twice. I know nothing about it. It's brand new and I'd like to start riding it regularly. Does anyone know anything about this bike? Is it a hybrid? Is it better to ride it on trails or on the road?
Any thoughts would be cool.
06-06-04, 09:56 PM
Nishiki's are no longer! They made a full range of bikes. I'm not that familiar with their models, so if you're able, A picture would help.
06-07-04, 07:25 PM
26" Nishiki Bravo Men's
Blue finish, chromo main frame, alloy MTB rims, New Kenda Tires, Nylon MTB pedals, 3-piece cranks, Shimano 18 speed friction shift system, Cantilever brakes, New Velo Seat, as well as New Greenfield kickstand. Frame size: 17”. Bike has average amount of nicks/scratches, was just tuned up and rides like new! BUY NOW: $109.99 + $35 flat rate shipping
Buy Now >> $169.90 + $35 shipping= $204.90
In a word.... It's more of a Road bike than my Road Bike.... 'Nuf said.
08-22-07, 11:56 AM
But I too own a Nishiki Bravo that I bought around 1996... and I am still riding it in 2007. I beat the hell out of it on single trails, mostly. The only problem I had was one time I jumped off a 3' platform and stripped the threads in the crank. Other than that, it's probably the best $250 I've ever spent.
08-22-07, 11:59 AM
Cantilever brakes? Ewwwwwww.... >_>
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