Ghost 4-X DJ/MtnX

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Ghost 4-X Hardtail Bike 4X track, jump hills or pump track 8211; this bike is always the right choice. We packed our robust 4X aluminum frame with steadfast components. The hydraulic disc brakes provide the necessary safety and, thanks to the Shimano 24-speed rear derailleur, even the way to the spot becomes a piece of cake. Oversized Headtube: The oversized head tube is able to improve force transfer from the fork to the frame. The broader frame tube structure increases the frame 8217;s torsion strength and ability to better withstand stress. Continious Cable Housing: The derailleur cables have continuous cable housings. Great long-term shift performance is guaranteed by eliminating any negative effects dirt might cause in the derailleur cables. Ghost 4-X Comp Hardtail Bike Specifications: Frame: 4-X 7005 PG Stem: GHOST 4X AS-020 31.8mm Forks: RST Dirt T 100 mm Headset: Ritchey Handlebar: GHOST Low Rizer light 660 mm 31.8 mm Seatpost: G

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