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Old 04-10-21, 10:12 AM
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Moisture
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Id say that the 90's produced some of the best quality bikes ever. It was the high quality materials of the 80's with a more modern touch on equipment and frame butting. For your needs, the stumpjumper would be a good buy if its equipped with a rigid fork. Unless you're planning to do more technical single track id stay away from suspension (especially the fork you will find on the roam)

But 800 for a stumpy, absolutely no
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