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If fork and brakes (air and hydraulic) work properly, not a bad deal. It's outdated, but had decent specs for its day. Should get you going for a minimal investment. The key, though, is whether everything functions properly.
 

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Yea, looks decent. For that price you can't go too wrong. It should at the very least last you long enough to figure out your riding style and choose your next bike... wish my brand new bike were that well equipped, but I like my geometry better....

That is, of course, assuming the bike is the right size for you... If it's not, then it doesn't matter how good a deal it is, it's a bad deal....
 

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It looks like a great bike for $160, it originally sold for around $2000 in 2011. Buy it, take one or two of the chainrings off to make it a 1x10 or 2x10.
 
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