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Old 04-30-06, 03:18 PM   #1
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new bike

Right now I got a '03 Giant DS2. Overall its been a decent bike, Never really broken anything, although I had to replace the derailer because i got to much mud in it once. I want to upgrade to a better mountain bike though. At the local bike shop they have a Giant NRS(i think an 04 model). I want to know if it would be a good bike for what I do. For the most part I ride around town on the street, a jump here and there, and trail riding on the weekends.
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Old 04-30-06, 07:46 PM   #2
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dude if u want a bike just for how u ride, get a 2006 specialized hardrock allmountain its about 1k and its a great bike it can take some jumps and its great for trail riding
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Dude if you want a bike just for how you ride, get a 2006 specialized hardrock allmountain. Its about 1k and its a great bike it can take some jumps, and its great for trail riding

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Old 05-01-06, 08:08 PM   #4
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OK today I went to the bikeshop and I test rode a specialized P2, and love it. What are ur guys opinion on it? Do you think it would be a good bike for the riding that I do?
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Yes it seems like it would be a decent bike for that.
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