slower than you
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: dairy country NY
Bikes: Gunnar Road Sport, peugeot UO-10
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I've heard good things about the Tassajara. I think it all comes down to where you'll be riding.
If you are running rough trails and riding hard, you may want a higher quality fork.
If you ride on roads and good trails, that bike should work well.
No bike lasts forever, you'll have to adjust/replace something on a regular basis, so I wouldn't worry about the warrenty.
Getting a good bike at a great price makes it ride nicer, you'll feel good knowing how much you saved.