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Old 11-13-08, 11:15 PM   #1
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This or That! NEED HELP!!

ok so the past 2 months ive been riding every weekend but i have been using my friends bike which is a hardtail so i went to the nearest cycle shop and put a specialized on lay-a-way for about 650.00, now my question is if im starting to become a pretty hardcore rider should i just keep saving for a full suspension or is the hardtail alright for now?
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Old 11-13-08, 11:21 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forums.

If you are talking about off-road riding, I suggest asking this in Mountain Biking, but I will warn you that this question might lead to some unpleasantness. Better to Google it for yourself.

If you need to buy a bike on lay-a-way, then I suggest saving your money because a good hardtail is about the same price as a lower-end FS.
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