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    Giant STP2 pros cons

    howzit im new what do you guys recomend ive got a $1000nzl budget (aprox) i do freerideing mostly. I had a Apollo LSX 1.2 but i broke that , probly coz its a cross country and i did jumps and stuff on it but i only had it for about 2 weeks and rode it 3 times at Woodhill mtb park. At the moment ive got a 5 year old department store bike wtih bent pedals so i need a new one pretty soon.

    thanx for any advice
    kiwimtb

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    STP2 cons: You could have bought a Stumpjumper. Or an FSRxc 05'. Or something not giant

    Edit: Woooops i thought you meant the NRS2, my bad. <a href="http://www.giant-bicycle.com/au/030.000.000/030.000.000.asp?lYear=2005&bikesection=8803&range=80&mode=rangelist">The 05 STP will look like this</a>
    Last edited by LeviBike; 09-30-04 at 06:43 AM.

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    stp2 cons....its not the stp 1, which is in your $1,000 price range...

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    I am a big fan of the stumpjumper.... I bought a specialized hardrock last year and even though it's only front wheel suspension i am very happy with it as well.

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    Thanx but my budget is $1000 New Zealand which is about $675 American the STP2 is $1200nz here the STP1 is $1800nz
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