American Eagle TAOS Bike 1998 or Older

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $700.00

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American Eagle TAOS

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Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Luuk de Rijk a Cross-Country Rider from Woerden

Date Reviewed: June 1, 1999



Bottom Line:   
The bike rides perfect. Shifting goes very rapid and direct. The sr suntour MG90 front fork is very good and adjustable. I read an article about it and they said it was very very good for the price and i can't complain about it. The brakes, Dia compe mx1, are very direct too. They brake very well, even in wet weather conditions. The Frame is good and strong. The Centera shifters are doing great and the rear derailleur isn't totally made from steel, but it's replaceable. The mavic rims are also very good. In short : it's a fun bike to ride. i give it 5 chillis!!

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Duration Product Used:   
less than 1 month

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Bike Setup:   
the standard setup.

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Taos for the non-rider (spa suggestions?)

I'm very interested in trying lift assisted type DH riding and happen to be making a long road trip whereby I could easily return home (NW AZ) through Taos. I thought I'd like to try Angel Fire as the information looks like they have several Green level trails that should provide lots of experience ... Read More »

Beginner Trails Around Taos??

I'm planning on taking my Godson and wife out for a ride this weekend and was hoping to gather ideas for good easy non technical trails with no crazy inclines-- I know that's asking for a lot around Taos LOL. I've taken them on the west rim trail but I think it's a bit hot now and hoping for someth ... Read More »

so..... Taos Ski Valley Berminator anyone in the know?

Really curious if anyone here has had the pleasure of cruisin Taos' flow trail... I was hoping to hit that this last weekend and instead got to ride the coach with sweats and chills - sucks! stoopid viruses... Saw a short u-toober video posted by some dude on Saturday (while I was watching Cran ... Read More »

Cimarron to Taos? Taos to Tierra Amarilla?

I am looking to string together a multi-day ride from Cimarron to Taos and then Taos to Tierra Amarilla (could be one trip or two trips). Has anyone ridden between these places and has info on routes or trails? I have ridden South Boundary Trail from Angel Fire to Taos but wondering what else might ... Read More »

As I pulled into Taos, it started snowing :(

We drove here from Houston knowing the weather might be bad, but the wife wanted to come to Taos for the history and we had a timeshare this week. So I brought my Stumpy along. Looks like I may not get to ride - it's snowing pretty good right now :(. Anyone in Taos on here that can give me trail ... Read More »

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