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Old 08-22-08, 06:04 PM   #1
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Help with bike size

Hi, I'm new. I'm looking to get into the sport of mountain biking, and I need help with my bike choice. I'm looking at a Cannondale F7 Disc. Firstly, is that a good choice? Secondly, and more importantly, what size should I get? I'm 6' - 6' 1" and float around 175 pounds. Any input? BTW, another bike I have been eyeing is a Motobecane 400HT or 500HT...what are opinions on those? Any equivalents that anyone would suggest? Thanks!
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Old 08-26-08, 03:54 AM   #2
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no problem you can go to your local store and...

and try some bikes and ask the seller about what you need and i am thing that u will find what you are looking for

and cause you are new to sport you need to be careful until you be profesional

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