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Old 11-26-10, 08:26 PM   #1
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anyone know about the Jaanus Cima F.S Full suspension mountain bike?

I've found one, but I can't find out much information on whether this would be a decent bike for riding on gravel roads which is what I need a bike for. Anyone have a clue as to how good this brand is or where it came from?
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Old 11-27-10, 08:59 AM   #2
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i dont know man, it looks like its about 11 years old. And a full suspension bike that only sold for $750 in 1999...
how much is he asking? can you post pictures?
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Old 11-27-10, 09:05 AM   #3
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If you talking about packed gravel roads I would look to a rigid. Really no need for full suspension or even a H/T with a non-rigid fork if that is what your riding. That way you save alot of money and maintenance. Just a thought.
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If you talking about packed gravel roads I would look to a rigid. Really no need for full suspension or even a H/T with a non-rigid fork if that is what your riding. That way you save alot of money and maintenance. Just a thought.
+1. It's also unlikely that the bike you're looking at will make you look any cooler. If you want to look cool at the trail head, but a steel SS 29er. Trendy as it gets these days from what I hear.
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