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    07 SC Chameleon

    What are your thoughts on the 07 Santa Cruz Chameleon i might get one but i need some opinions so what do u guys think? Good bike or bad bike

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    It's a really good bike, it can pretty much do it all.
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    Very strong bike. Can handle anything you throw at it.

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    Good. Not as good a value as the Transition Vagrant but a very good bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dminor View Post
    Good. Not as good a value as the Transition Vagrant but a very good bike.
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    I loved mine, great handling frame. I just replaced it with a Heckler so I'll be selling mine (need a large in white?) but it's by far my favorite hard-tail that I've had. If you're looking for a all mountain hard-tail it's perfect. If you want a light XC race bike...probably not the best choice I had mine set up with a Fox Vanilla 140 on it which gave it a very AM/Trailbike feel to it, I always wanted to try it with something shorter, around 120mm maybe, but never got the chance.

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