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Old 04-07-09, 09:33 AM   #1
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Help Please!!

Hi all

I'm new to the whole cycling sport i currently have a Apollo F36 cheap mountain bike just to get me into work and back.I'm now after a new Giant front suspension mountain bike with( disc brakes,hydraulics, etc) i've got a budget of max £750. Got my eye on a Giant xtc 4 red but not sure if there is currently a older model with better spec available as i'm not clued up with the whole jargon of parts on bikes.Can any one help me out please???
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Old 04-10-09, 10:59 AM   #2
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Hi dobbyboy,

Welcome to Bike Forums. I think you've already figured it out, but you'll get a lot more useful advice inside the dedicated Forums. The Mounting Biking Forum folks will certainly give you all the opinions you can hope for - and possibly more.

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