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Old 06-26-07, 08:40 AM   #1
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New used bike for a friend

One of my friends wants to get into mountain biking but doesn't want to spend much on a good bike. I think I solved his problem. I found him a 2004 Trek 6700, and I don't think it's ever been ridden. Just wanted to get some other thoughts on it before he goes to pick it up.
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if it fits, go for it
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Well, it all depends on price and fit. that said, I ride a 1998 Trek 8000 and its held up well over the years. I'm not exactly easy on the bike either. Trek is a reliable, well respected brand. If it fits and the price is right, go for it. But don't have your friend buy it if it doesn't fit.
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yeah, i know about fits, i'm not particularly new to mtbing. i just wanted to see what y'all thought about the price for a 3 year old 6700. I think it's a steal b/c it's in perfect shape.
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