Old 01-04-15, 06:42 PM
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Depends. I would add slicks, racks, and swap in a suspension corrected rigid fork to the 4300 if it fits you. Also butterfly bars. Depending on what you pay for another bike, you are probably not going to have a great deal of cost difference. On the positive side, the 4300 probably has low gears needed for climbing steep hills without modification.

Both options have their advantages.
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