No problem. I really like it. Of course, I coveted that Waterford, too, have to make do with what I have... I don't think the price range is indicative of the bike make, model, year, condition, it's the market. There are so many mountain bikes out there. I actually prefer the hard frames, but I can pick up a Timberline for $50-$60, a GT Saddleback for $100, and still be able to buy my wife something when she sees another bike in the garage....
Friends don't let friends drink and wrench.
1985 Raleigh Competition
Racing USA Series-Coleman made me do it.....
1987 Bridgestone Radac
- Aluminum (sadly, the frame is toast, RD hanger snapped off)
1988 Centurion Dave Scott Ironman Master
1989 Centurion Carbon-R
- Carbon Fiber