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Giordano Libero 1.6

Old 10-12-14, 04:51 PM
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Giordano Libero 1.6

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I am looking at buying a Giordano Libero 1.6,are these good bikes?
I am riding on a road trail here bout 5 to 10 miles a day
1? Giordano Libero 1.6 White/Red Men's Road Bike-700c | LOOK LIKE LOVE SALE
I found one around $200 it looks new,,i am going to ride it in the morning an see if it is want i want..thx

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Old 10-12-14, 05:34 PM
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Its a good deal if it fits you
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Old 10-13-14, 05:27 AM
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Thx
I am going in a few to test ride it,,it is a 16 speed i will see how it shifts in ride's.
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It's hard to tell much about it because other than the Shimano stuff (The brifters are Sora level but the remainder could be almost anything,) the rest is Brand X. The frame is 6061, which is easier to work and cheaper than 7005 but not as strong. And it has nice paint. That's important. But for that price, I guess if it works and fits, it'll do.
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I only know from reading this

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[TD="width: 50%"]Giordano Libero 1.6 White/Red Men’s Road Bike-700cGiordano Libero 1.6 50cm The Giordano Libero 1.6 DE has a frame of hand-craft beautifully made lightweight 6061 aluminum, precision 16 speed Shimano STI equipped drive, and light but strong 700cc wheels all at an incredible value absolute Men Road. This stunning Italian inspired road bike packs a powerful punch without breaking the bank and is sure to be a favorite weapon for novice cyclists who stay past the speed competition. In small, medium and large men. Small 50cm / 20 “corresponds riders 5′1″ -5′8 “with a stand about 28″ -30 “Medium 56cm / 22″ is for riders 5′8 “-6′0″ with a stand about 30 “-32 “. Large 61cm / 25infits riders 6′2 “-6′5″ with a stand about 33 “-35″. Key Features: • 6061 light hand made ??frame • 54cm Top Tube • 1 1/8 “Threadless stem • STI Shimano 16-speed drive • Supports dual water bottles train full specifications: 6061 Marcus replaceable derailleur fork high resistance stainless steel Threadless Headset 1 1/8 “alloy Handlebar- 42cm C / C stem Alloy Threadless 1 A 8.1″ x 100 mm -10 ? Shifters- Shimano STI ST2300 16 speed with integrated brake levers rear Derailleur – Shimano RD2300 front – Shimano brake FDAO50 Side shot front and rear aluminum cranks 170mm alloy Prowheel 42/52 down bracketing VP cartridge Cassette Shimano CS HG30 square 8-speed 11-30 Wheels speed 700c alloy 32 hole centers silver high profile V – aluminum 32 hole front and rear with quick tire road tire 700×25 black saddle Velo road steel Rails seatpost 27.2 x 300mm black alloy Pedals- VP plastic body cage professional black alloy seatpost alloy Clam-weight 24 pounds Assembly is recommended for your safety and driving pleasure. Specifications are subject to change without notice
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but for $200 it is good for that little money .
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Well i looked him over today,the frame looks nice made in china sticker/but the paint looks good,,sits good i did not ride it still thinking bout it,,thx for the help.
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Great bike worth the money

Giordano Libero is a Great bike, use it to go to class and train, no doubt one of the best bike for the price and better than many 600-700 bikes from popular brands, good entry level bike. I see a lot of people saying it's so heavy, it's really not very heavy for an entry level bike
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Make sure it fits first.
Then make sure you can easily change to all 16-speeds, no frozen derailleurs; and the brakes do work with enough time left on the pad

It may come with a 53/39 chainrings, and square-tapered crank set,
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