Peugeot 2000 Attitude Rigid Bike

4/5 (2 Reviews)

Product Description

mountain bike, non-suspension, Mountain Mix components, Peugeot Big Fork fork

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Bill Chung a Weekend Warrior from Toronto

Date Reviewed: June 10, 2001

Strengths:    good cro-mo frame, nice/responsive handling, great brakes and headset. The rapid shifters are OK.

Weaknesses:    Outdated rear derailleur(sis-7),heavy handle bars and stem which I have now changed. Very poor stock seat and handle grips and the wheelset is quite cheap(just my opinion). Beware that the rear wheel may have a extremely slight wobble not noticeable when riding but it's there.

Bottom Line:   
Great bike to build on as parts wear out. You get what you pay for

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $400.00

Purchased At:   curbside

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Diana a Weekend Warrior from Endicott, NY, USA

Date Reviewed: June 24, 2000

Strengths:    Stock bar ends, good rims for price, inexpensive, brazed frame (no weld marks)

Weaknesses:    Ultra bad, super hard seat. Change immediately!
Threaded neck

Bottom Line:   
I am really impressed with the overall quality of this bike for the price. Although I am a beginner I still wanted something sturdy, as I am not yet ready to commit to a big ticket item. This bike probably wouldn't be the best choice for someone looking to tame mountain goat territory, but it does fare well with your standard trails.
I feel that this bike is good for someone making the transition from the chain store kiddie bikes to the more heavy duty, higher quality mountain bike genre. It rides nice on pavement, but is a little jarring on rougher trails, while the rapid fire gears make hills almost fun (even the steep ones).

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Favorite Trail:   Killer Hill, Endicott

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Bike Setup:   stock

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Rigid fork for 2000 Klein Attitude

Hi all, First post. I have a 2000 Klein Attitude with A RS Judy XC 80mm fork. Looking to replace the Judy with a rigid fork, but want to keep the v-brakes. Have been searching the 'net, but most forks are for tapered tubes and/or disc brakes. Anyone know what my options are? ps: The manual says ... Read More »

Fork upgrade on a 2000 klein attitude

Hi! I've got a 1999/2000 Klein Attitude with a Manitou SX fork. The fork seemed to work okay for me in 2000 when i was 145lb but i'm 170lb now and it seems like I bottom it out just by leaning on it. I've read they aren't making rebuild/spring kits for it anymore so I figured I'd upgrade to some ... Read More »

Chainring for 2000 Klien Attitude

I need to replace the middle chain ring on an older Klien hardtail. The chain ring bolts are stamped with Icon, so I suspect I have an Icon crank. It is a 4 hole chain ring. Will any 4 hole chain ring, like maybe a Salsa, work?Read More »

2000 Klein Attitude Comp for $600

Hi. First off, I'm close to completely new to riding trails. I did a little a few years ago, then moved to an area where there were none (the beach). Now I'm in an area with plenty of trails, and wanted a little help on what bike to buy. After looking at new and used bikes/prices, I've decided t ... Read More »

Fork Recommendations for 2000 Klein Attitude

Posted this in the fork forum, but figured I'd do so here also... I have a nice tax refund this year and I am upgrading the fork from my 2000 Klein Attitude (size Medium) from the OEM Manitou SX-E to something better. I have been told that year won't take to a 100mm very well, so I am going with a ... Read More »

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