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Old 11-10-09, 06:29 PM   #1
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2010 Jamis...

Did I post this already? I don't remember...oh yeah...I posted a few bikes. Here's the whole lineup:

http://jamisbikes.com/catalog_archiv...IS_CATALOG.pdf
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I'm not so happy that they switched to gay.axe tires.
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Who has else has a DH frame that looks like that? It looks familiar, kinda like the new Tranny one maybe?
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parker looks sweet.
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I'd also like to say that I really, really like the Parker. If I ever come across the money for one, I'd honestly consider replacing the Sette with one. I love the idea of a short travel beef mobile.

Edit: I've just seen that the parker is going to be offered as a frame set. Any idea when prices will be announced?

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I've just seen that the parker is going to be offered as a frame set. Any idea when prices will be announced?
2010 Parker II frameset, includes frame, rear shock, headset, and seatclamp....MSRP: $1100.00
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That's too much$$$ for a Parker frame. Jenson will be blowing them out for $500 or less next summer. For that kind of money...I'd keep my eyes open for a Transition or Banshee.
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^^^^
Thats my thought, especially when you consider that the 09 Parker I is around 1900$ complete.
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