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Old 12-01-18, 04:10 PM
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I never knew why you needed so many gears in Florida
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Old 01-06-19, 08:45 AM
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I am late to this party but I am going to challenge the statement as REI introduced a better spec'd, less expensive bike like this over a year ago. It's called the Co-op Cycles CTY 3.1.

Did I miss something in the comparison or do the Co-op Cyles folks (REI's house brand) need to significantly up their Marketing and PR efforts?

$899 with a free tuneup in six months, less a 10% rebate as an REI member. Last year they had it on sale for 15% off for two weeks so with all possible discounts it's under $700.

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Old 01-06-19, 09:11 AM
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Did I miss something in the comparison or do the Co-op Cyles folks (REI's house brand) need to significantly up their Marketing and PR efforts?
Probably the marketing thing. The REI model is nice. I like the longer reach in the REI geometry. OTOH, I like the color scheme -- the grey and tanwall option -- better on the Jamis. They are both nice bikes.
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Originally Posted by akadoublej View Post
I am late to this party but I am going to challenge the statement as REI introduced a better spec'd, less expensive bike like this over a year ago. It's called the Co-op Cycles CTY 3.1.

Did I miss something in the comparison or do the Co-op Cyles folks (REI's house brand) need to significantly up their Marketing and PR efforts?

$899 with a free tuneup in six months, less a 10% rebate as an REI member. Last year they had it on sale for 15% off for two weeks so with all possible discounts it's under $700.
OP is in OZ. REI is USA only
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