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There's nothing remarkable about that frame, and it's likely old standards for everything: QR rear axle, straight steerer head tube, and caliper brakes. Recommend not investing in new parts for it.
 

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There's nothing remarkable about that frame, and it's likely old standards for everything: QR rear axle, straight steerer head tube, and caliper brakes. Recommend not investing in new parts for it.
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These "entry level" mountain bikes that are mostly used for urban assault riding is best left in its original condition and run in that particular environment.

You can dabble with riding trails with it. But when you feel like you want to get more serious, then you need to get something that was made for the specific duties of the specific terrain and type of riding.
 
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