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Features a 27.5" wheels, SR Suntour 100mm fork, and Shimano 3x9 speed drivetrain. Bike arrives 85% pre-assembled and will need to be tuned up (gears, brakes) and all appropriate bolts/nuts tightened, torqued and/or lubed. -johnny_miller

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This is an outstanding price for a very good bike. I have a 4 year old 29er version that has held up for at least a thousand miles of single track trails with up to 1000' elevation gain/loss. This price is normally the clearance for the lower end Overdrive (with mechanical not hydraulic disc brakes), and I've never seen the Sport trim at this price. Anyone considering trail riding, especially with small hills, should grab this at this price point.





Geez chill out. This used to come exclusively in 29" and has recently switched to 27.5", so a good note for anyone thinking of buying it.
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16"/Small - 5'4"-5'7"
18"/Medium - 5'7"-5'10"
20"/Large - 5'10"-6'1"
22"/XLarge - 6'1"-6'4"
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Note that this is the 27.5, not the 29er. Decent price on a decent mountain bike.
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Note that this is the 27.5, not the 29er. Decent price on a decent mountain bike.
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This is an outstanding price for a very good bike. I have a 4 year old 29er version that has held up for at least a thousand miles of single track trails with up to 1000' elevation gain/loss. This price is normally the clearance for the lower end Overdrive (with mechanical not hydraulic disc brakes), and I've never seen the Sport trim at this price. Anyone considering trail riding, especially with small hills, should grab this at this price point.


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Oh, and one is better than the other? Not everyone likes the 29er size...

Geez chill out. This used to come exclusively in 29" and has recently switched to 27.5", so a good note for anyone thinking of buying it.
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Wow a lot of bike for the price. Great value for the components. Cheapest I've found is $525 on clearance at REI and $700 at Performance Bicycle. Legit deal, if this was a Scott, Trek etc. you are easily looking at $1000+.

Nothing wrong with 27.5 wheel size, as a shorter person about 5'9" I like it for the slightly lower standover height.
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I'm looking on the link and not seeing much on the size. Can anyone say if this would be a good choice for a 6'0 male or 5'8 female or both (not well versed in bike sizes) if we are new to mtn biking? Thanks!
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i'm looking on the link and not seeing much on the size. Can anyone say if this would be a good choice for a 6'0 male or 5'8 female or both (not well versed in bike sizes) if we are new to mtn biking? Thanks!
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I'm looking on the link and not seeing much on the size. Can anyone say if this would be a good choice for a 6'0 male or 5'8 female or both (not well versed in bike sizes) if we are new to mtn biking? Thanks!
16"/Small - 5'4"-5'7"
18"/Medium - 5'7"-5'10"
20"/Large - 5'10"-6'1"
22"/XLarge - 6'1"-6'4"
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16"/Small - 5'4"-5'7"
18"/Medium - 5'7"-5'10"
20"/Large - 5'10"-6'1"
22"/XLarge - 6'1"-6'4"
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You want a smaller bicycle than your size when buying a mtn bike. So if in doubt, go smaller.
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I'm 5'10'' and have loved this bike since I got it a year ago (paid more than this and I'd say it was worth it). With little to no prior experience or skills in mountain biking, it's survived both mountainous and coastal single track trails, jump parks, indoor bike parks, streets, and anything else I can throw at it. If I knew someone who was looking for a bike, I'd be sending this to them. Oh, and I'm not a little person either. It can take it all and still performs! Enjoy this bike!!
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Capable of taking on the 5-7 category trails with a $350 price tag. But wont last too long if you ride any harder than that.

[Scale][MSRP Bike] [Type of Riding][Type of Bike Needed]
[1][ $100-250][ I can ride a bike/Im learning][ Hybrid]
I ride mostly on the road…in parks.. This is a bike, it has two wheels and rolls.
Department Stores/General Stores (Walmart, Target, Sears)
Brands (Next/Genesis/Huffy/Columbia/Mongoose/Schwinn)

[3][ $250-500][ I may like to ride off the road][ Hybrid/Low End Mtn]
General sport stores (Rei/Dicks/Sports Authority/Sports Chalet/Local Bike Shop)
Brands include – (In House brand, diamond back, K2, Raleigh, GT etc…)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYZ31reMvKg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjwWW3xAo7Q
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvHZAYzHz8M
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Q4YYgf_sNE

[5][ $500-700][ I ride trails(Fire roads – 2 car widths – little to no drops – some bumps – going on and off curbs][ Low/Med Mtn]
Specialty Sports Stores (Performance bikes, REI, Sports Chalet, Local Bike Shop)
Brands (Marin, Diamond Back, In House, Haro, Raleigh, GT etc..)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lajg7xble8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--V8cWv9Kn8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xR6CugMUc7I

[7][ $700-2000][ I love riding off road (single tracks -1-2 feet wide with 1'+ drops)][Med/High End Mtn]
Specialty Sports Stores/Bike stores (Performance bikes, REI, Sports Chalet, Local Bike Shop)
Brands (Marin, Diamond Back, In House, cannondale, trek, giant, specialized…etc..etc)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwqpiQfSRcc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHPgm2aQ_ko
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S27j2i4n9iI

[10][ $2000+][ I am a pro][High End]
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Oh, and one is better than the other? Not everyone likes the 29er size...
Or maybe this person was giving important information? Clearly they did not state their opinion on which is best. That being said.
29 is better unless you are small and weak.
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