Product DescriptionATB - All Terrain Bike
The bike for whoever you are, the Hardrock delivers utility and durability without ever missing a beat. Whether rollling across campus to class, heading home from work or out for a night on the town, you gotta be you, right? To do that you need a bike that's tough enough to take what you're dishing out, but quick enough to keep up with your many moods. From the not-somean streets to the back alleys and the toughest trails in your 'hood, every Hardrock delivers utility and durability without ever missing a beat. It's the perfect bike for you...whoever you are.
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Asking price is $320. Here is the description. [I]mid 2000's Specialized Hardrock Pro Disc, frame size Medium (17.5), shimano deore/alvilo components, always stored inside, everything works great on it. Mechancial disc brakes, 24 speed, silver, minor scratches consistant with age, mostly from tra ... Read More »
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