Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: South of Raleigh, North of New Hill, East of Harris Lake, NC
Bikes: Specialized Tarmac, Speialized Roubaix, Giant OCR-C, Specialized Stumpjumper FSR, Stumpjumper Comp, 88 & 92Nishiki Ariel, 01 Bianchi Campione, 87 Centurion Ironman, 92 Paramount
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I do a lot of road biking too. When I got into mountain biking about five years ago, I went for a Rockhopper and never regreted it. It's a solid bike. The nice thing about a Rockhopper is the frame is a decent enough quality that it responds to upgrades. Just like a road bike, you can upgrade components, like the wheelset, the fork and other components if you really get into it. I think if you went with a base line entry level bike, you'll be wanting a better bike very fast.
While I've picked up a couple of dual suspension bikes, I still keep the Rockhopper around.
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