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Originally Posted by k_singh View Post
Last time i missed out on a Fuji s10, and i will not make the same mistake. I am not an expert, so i need your help.
To avoid making the same mistake, why not educate yourself on what makes a quality bike, and what they are worth. Then you will be ready to pounce when a deal pops up. The really good deals do not last long enough in this price range to get an answer: "Hey is this one a good deal?"

Now, is this one worth $150? If it is ready to ride, yes. But it is entry level, as others have pointed out. In general, at least around here, Peugeots get a strong response in the market. Do you want an entry level bike, or are you hoping to get something better?
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