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Hi tensil steel and the lowest tier shimano components. It's like barely better than a huffy. You'd be better off search CL for a used trek, giant, marin or specialized. I would aim for something with an aluminum frame and atleast acera/alivio components. That's like 1 to 2 steps up from the bottom. If CL scares you check out bikesdirect or wait for a coupon for that bike shop chain. The name isn't coming to me but we have a couple around SF.
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Are these good bikes? I'm looking for a bike where I can use indoors on a trainer during the winter and casual riding in the spring/summer months. Wondering if these would be a good option?
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Are these good bikes? I'm looking for a bike where I can use indoors on a trainer during the winter and casual riding in the spring/summer months. Wondering if these would be a good option
4.1 stars out of 5 --- 156 reviews. Should be fine for an indoor trainer.
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Are these good bikes? I'm looking for a bike where I can use indoors on a trainer during the winter and casual riding in the spring/summer months. Wondering if these would be a good option?
These are mountain bikes. I would prefer a road or hybrid bike on a trainer. I would also switch out the rear tire to a trainer specific one.
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No hybrid bike at this price point!
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Not as good as Trek bikes
Also not even close to the price. Treks are generally nice along with a lot of other brands you can find at your LBS. This should be better than a Walmart bike but I can't really expand further on that.
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how are these compared to Diamondback? I am waiting on a price drop for insight 2.
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Hi tensil steel and the lowest tier shimano components. It's like barely better than a huffy. You'd be better off search CL for a used trek, giant, marin or specialized. I would aim for something with an aluminum frame and atleast acera/alivio components. That's like 1 to 2 steps up from the bottom. If CL scares you check out bikesdirect or wait for a coupon for that bike shop chain. The name isn't coming to me but we have a couple around SF.
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Are these good bikes? I'm looking for a bike where I can use indoors on a trainer during the winter and casual riding in the spring/summer months. Wondering if these would be a good option?
This your best bet for indoor/trainer use, since it has smooth road tires: https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p/nishiki-adult-maricopa-road-bike-16nisanshkmrcp15xbac/16nisansh... [dickssportinggoods.com]
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how are these compared to Diamondback? I am waiting on a price drop for insight 2.
These are very nice bikes. I own the Manitoba hybrid. I'd say these are equal to or better than the diamondbacks I've had which are the mid range ones.
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Used to have a vintage Nishiki 10 speed with chro-moly lugged frame.

Seems Nishiki has gone cheap Walmart quality like Schwinn.
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These are very nice bikes. I own the Manitoba hybrid. I'd say these are equal to or better than the diamondbacks I've had which are the mid range ones.
Thanks I looked at it but I am 6.0 and no 21 in stock. I'm not sure if 19 will be good for me.
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Would the hybrids work as a commuter bike to and from work?
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