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Originally Posted by kingston View Post
If I were going to spend more money I would get a higher end early 90's rigid mountain bike not a low end early 2000's hybrid.
Fair, and I appreciate the advice. But regardless of the specific bike, my main question remains whether higher end components will serve me well in winter. When everything is covered in ice and snow and sand and grit, am I going to be grateful that I sprung for deore (or whatever) or will performance be mediocre no matter what?
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