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Orbea Lanza 29er XTR

Old 07-28-16, 08:13 AM
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Orbea Lanza 29er XTR

I assume this is a pretty rad deal...What do you guys think? I just bought a Giant Fastroad for the road and am looking for something that I can take offroad and on some okay trails.

Is this a quality bike? Price seems pretty insane.

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If it fits you and you want a racy hardtail, yes that is a decent deal. It has the Shimano floppy lever shifters that most people hate and you'd want a new saddle. But the bike doesn't seem to have been used at all.
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Haha...that Dual Control is pretty wack.
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That's an *interesting* built

Those shifters / brakes gotta go, get a new carbon post and seat and you are good to go
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If the fork doesn't need maintenance, you could do worse. The geometry is more XC than you'll see these days even in the race hardtails.

It's not a crazy deal. A counterpoint:


New, carbon, better drivetrain. When you start adding up what you'll spend on off-road accessories, a few hundred more on the bike isn't such a big difference.
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I'm guessing most people haven't actually used dual control shifters. One of my used bikes came with set and they were fine and mine were older than crap. I finally replaced them when they were just flat worn out. I prefer trigger shifters but I wouldn't replace a set of XTR shifters/brakes just to get triggers.

What is more odd is a bike with all those XTR parts and that seat. Probably owned by a guy with a ton of money that thought it would be cool to mtn bike and then stuck it in his garage after riding it 3 times. Looks like a great price to me.
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