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Old 06-16-07, 12:21 PM
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Thoughts/Recommendations on Giant OCR C3

I'm seriously considering buying a new Giant OCR C3, all composite frame, 10 speed 105s with TruVativ triple chain rings. Its an 06 leftover and I can pick it up for under $1500 at my all time favorite LBS as a bonus. It has the relaxed geometry I want, its all carbon at a good price with nice rims.
Hopefully this link will work to show the bike:
http://archive.giant-bicycles.com/us...06&model=11263
I'd like to know if any others in the 50+ group considered this bike but did or did not buy it. For that matter, has anyone considered or does anyone own a Giant OCR any model. Why did you or didn't you buy it? Any comments, thoughts are greatly appreciated.
Oh yeah, I rode it today and its the right size frame for me, medium. The LBS has only one left.
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Old 06-16-07, 08:06 PM
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I got one for my son for Christmas this past year, and he loves it. He's says it's remarkably comfortable and surprisingly fast. The 105 gear is pretty reliable too.

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Have you checked out www.roadbikereview.com? If I recall it got good reviews.

It's a handsome bike and it sounds like a good deal.

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