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Old 02-23-11, 09:27 PM
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Rock on a Giant Boulder

My nickname has been Rock since I was in the Navy in the early Eighties. I have been researching bikes for the last few months and finally made a purchase yesterday. I posted about it on my blog here: https://kowulz.blogspot.com/2011/02/r...t-boulder.html

Anyone have similar experiences or own a Giant Boulder? I'd love to hear about it.
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Old 02-26-11, 08:50 AM
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The Giant Boulder is a typical low end hybrid.
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Congrats on your purchase!

I have a Giant Upland, bought in 2006. Like the Boulder it's low end (in fact I don't think Giant even make it anymore) but bombproof.

I think you've got a solid bike for the price that will last ages.
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I had a Giant Boulder and loved it - it was a lot of fun, and a solid ride. I gifted it to a friend and he loves it now as much as I did!
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I have a 2010 Giant Boulder that I bought about this time last year. I have really enjoyed it. I haven't even had to tune it up yet. Very good economical bike.
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