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a Weekend Warrior
from Sunnyvale, Ca. USA
Date Reviewed: June 12, 2009
Strengths: Ease of hanlding, lightweight, well balanced, all quick adjust, Great Shimano componentry, ergonomically fit.
Weaknesses: front shocks a little weak when you purchase it, and must be adjusted. Adjustement in located on top of each shock.
One hell of a great bike for the money. Compared with other models made by Trek, Mongoose, Gary Fisher, and Schwinn. All of which were anywhere from 100 to 150 dollars more, and in some cases for a lesser bike!!!!!!!!