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Old 05-07-05, 12:49 AM   #1
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Hi all I am just looking for advice on the Gary Fisher Nirvana. I have always enjoyed casual greenbelt style riding- maybe a little dirt/gravel/sand trails too - but with gas prices rising I am trading in my '89 Dodge Spirit for a comparably priced ($500 or less) bike. I previously owned a 2003 Diamondback $240 bike which was stolen. This bike served me fairly well but was slow, had sloppy brakes, and joints which tended to strip easily. I am a small man (5'10" 160#) and do not put any strain on bikes- I would just appreciate hearing any reviews or advice.
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Old 05-11-05, 06:00 PM   #2
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Hello BoiseEd, The only difference I can tell you is that the front stem is not as adjustable as the Trek model. i assume that you know that the Fisher line is through Trek.
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