Bicycle Mechanics - Can I buy a MTB FS frame for $500-$600?
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I am looking to build a FS MTB and I was wondering if I could buy a FS frame for $500-$600...I presently have a Giant Rincon that is a 2000 model and a Trek 6000 that is a 1998 model...My wife rides the Trek and I would like to have a FS one for myself...If anyone could point me into the right direction I would appreciate it...Thanks. :D
Check the following link out. I have never ridden a Weyless, but I have read some decent reviews of them. You might sniff around mtreview.com and see if you can find any reviews of their frames. Obviously they are proably made by a better known builder and then given the "Weyless" stickers. They look o.k. to me. I have seen some FS bikes now that are sub-$1000 fully built up, so I am sure you can find a good frame and shock for that.
mtwmbw...Thanks...I haven't heard of them before...The frame looks great though...Thanks for the info...I am going to search around some more so if you hear or come acroos anything please let me know... ;)
There are also several vendors selling what you want on eBay.
09-29-04, 10:45 PM
If I recall correctly, Besides the Weyless, Supergo also has some leftover GT I drive frames from 2001 for $399. not a bad deal at all
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