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Old 09-27-01, 07:25 PM
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Giant has it's new 2002 bikes on thier website..

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They still haven't updated the UK pages. I was surprised how different the UK and US ranges are. I assume from the website they don't sell Aluminium framed Boulder's in the US.

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Thanks dude!!! I was keeping and eye on their site but I guess I missed it.
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I come from a running background and thought that I might try a sprint distance tri circuit this summer. After months of struggling on an old MTB to proove I was worthy, I bought a 2002 Giant OCR 2 a few weeks ago. I did a good deal of research before I bought the bike and have put a couple of hundred miles on it already and love it! Just thought I would toss in my 2 cents...
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I likek to race cycles, on my spare time, i have a GsrX1000, it is yellow and extremely fast. if Nampahoops13 reads this he is to lick my chota.J/k

My fav. BMX is and will always be a dyno 750, that was the first bike i did my wheely on when i was 13
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