a Weekend Warrior
from asutralia, nsw, koonawarra
Date Reviewed: November 1, 2009
Strengths: cranks, god sized handle bars, strong frame, strong pedls, nice brakes,good colour scheme, durable wheels, good for on/off road use,the whole bike is goood
Weaknesses: cant raly think of any
pretty expensive where i bought it but on other reveiews thy got it much more cheaper so im just wondering what thats about , very excellent bike for beginners or pros durable so you know it wont break on you,reliable excellent bike no need to change stock parts i only changed for simple reasons like the seat wasnt very comfortable but other than that if you see one pick it up becasue a bike this good wont last long in shops grab it while you can
Bike Setup: pretty much stock except for seat and new handle grips stock ones make your hands sore
from centennial CO
Date Reviewed: September 29, 2006
Strengths: Crankset, handlebars, brakes, definetly the rims, tires pretty much everything
Weaknesses: Grips=horsepoo you have to have gloves otherwise its torture, the seat, its comfortble but but the tip really beats on the back of your legs, i have the 05 model but only minor details change from the 04 and the new chain tensioners dont do anything AT All
awesome bike, im 140lbs and to me the bike is so light, easy to jump and pedal, indestructable,awesome traction, so if you want an awesome jump bike get this one whether youre a pro or beginner, and for begginers its an easy road cause this thing jumps for you
Similar Products Used: Gt performer pro, Haro x1, diamondback
Bike Setup: stock, besides seat hight and brake tension
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a Weekend Warrior
from Jersevyille, IL, US
Date Reviewed: March 20, 2006
Strengths: Perfect sized bars, Light/Strong frame, Solid stem, Great tires, And a good seat.
Weaknesses: Small pedals, Weak plastic chain tensioners, Short pegs that are useless, Oversized sprocket for my type of riding, And a 3/8 front axle.
Good for the price I got it ( $150.00 on Ebay NIB, $270.00 stock ). Comes with some good strong light parts, I modded it up alot but I'm picky when it comes to my bikes. Good beginner bike if you keep it all stock, Modded up it can be an awesome street bike. Almost as good as my Haro and I got it for like $300.00 less. If your just starting to ride pick one up while you can, It's rare to find a stock bike that good.
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A few seasons back , someone used a chainsaw to cut a huge notch out of this log so that you could literally ride through it.
"some one " , hehe , got a hammer & nails and put it all back together again. it's still holding up today after many riders
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