Absolutely. Get it tuned up and ride the crap out of it. One of my early mountain bikes was a trek with all the same parts and it took quite a beating. Thats a nicer beginner bike than what the same money buys these days.stesh said:Do you think this would be an acceptable first bike to ride on trails?
Don't bother. You'll get no additional benefit out of upgrading that bike if you're an inexperienced rider. Having that bike is an opportunity to learn how to ride without complications of suspension upkeep and adjustments. When you're ready to upgrade you can sell that on craigslist for at least $200.stesh said:Cool! If i wanted to upgrade parts, what do you guys suggest. I was thinking suspension, but unsure of what and how to choose. Sorry if im asking to many questions.
If you do decide to do suspension:stesh said:Cool! If i wanted to upgrade parts, what do you guys suggest. I was thinking suspension, but unsure of what and how to choose. Sorry if im asking to many questions.
I had a bike just like yours I rode it all over Baha. I think it's around a 89. Some where close to that. Great bike I miss it!Hi. New member/rider here. I found my dad's Gary Fisher Montare in the storage a few nights ago. We tried researching information, but came out unsuccessful. Just trying to figure out what year it is. Any info would be greatly appreciated.