Forge Bikes Edgmont XC Hardtail

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $339.99

Product Description

The Forge Edgmont is in keeping with Forge's commitment to exceptional performance and price. The geometry on the 6061 All Aluminum Frame is designed for control and responsiveness. Powered by the higher grade Shimano Acera drivetrain and Shimano Altus rapidfire shifters that perform effortlessly through 24 speeds. The 26x2.10" tires are designed for off-road riding yet equally suited for a ride through town. XCT SR Fork smoothes out nature's terrain while the Tektro brakes provide stopping power and reliability. The Edgmont experience begins the moment you settle onto the WTB saddle and realize - this is more than just a bike. This is a Forge, the perfect escape!

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by jrockmetalhead a Weekend Warrior from Tuscaloosa, AL

Date Reviewed: February 10, 2011

Strengths:    price point, name brand components, not to heavy, front suspension

Weaknesses:    Pedals (plastic with no grip), Grips could be better, probably wouldn't take it off no major jumps.

Bottom Line:   
good bike for under $250, got it for my wife and she loves it.
Would be great for basic trail riding.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $239.00

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Similar Products Used:   forge 5xx

Bike Setup:   factory for now will replace grips and pedals very soon!

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