Giant's Women's Boulder SE is perfect for fun-filled road and off-road riding. Its butted-aluminum frame is light, durable and extremely comfortable. And, its ride-smoothing suspension fork protects from the bumps and jolts of rough roads and trails.
a Weekend Warrior
Date Reviewed: December 12, 2006
Strengths: overall good
Weaknesses: hanger frame
ive had this bike for a long time it has broken many times and i have fixed it it has a light frame but ive dented it many times dont use it for jumping or any thing to rough it is best for light trial fiding ive recently dented the rim outwards so its about to brake replace hanger tires and handgrips (they wore down really quick its a good first bike but once you get into more extreme stuff buy a new bike bottom line good FIRST TIME RIDER bike
A few months ago, my Giant had it's front wheel and tire stolen. Haven't ridden the bike since. I'm looking for suggestions on replacing the wheel set and tires. Bike is totally stock, I'm more of a street/ occasional trail rider. I'm also not looking to break the bank. Any advice?
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I just picked up a boulder se. it has specialized grips maxis 26x2.35 tires and a fore seat. I want to upgrade this bike what upgrades would be good for this bike. I have pics but not sure how to post them.
Or should i just pick up a better starter bike i know a guy who has a khs frs-1500 for sal ... Read More »
I bought a bike for less than $100. It was a rigid frame Giant Rincon. I have been riding 10 miles at least 3 times a week on some paved and semi paved trails and enjoying it! I upgraded the seat and got dual pedals. I went through good ol' C-list and found this:
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Hey there! I am brand new at the bike thing and looking for a good starter bike for commuting, mid-light trails with the potenial option to really get down and dirty if I like this whole thing. I have been looking and comparing for waayyyy too long and have it narrowed down to a handful that I am i ... Read More »