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post #31 of 39
LItespeed Blade, Trek Time Trial, Kestral KM40, and of course, Corima Puma
post #32 of 39
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
I think that 1K is the absolute highest I could pay in the foreseeable future, and I ride mountainbikes (which is good, because they are a whole lot cheaper than good road bikes.) I figure I might get a Rockhopper or something similar with a hybrid XT/LX system. Sturdy, reliable, and gets the job done. Sort of the APC New Standards of mountain bikes.

If you like Cdale, why not look at the F600? It was on my list, but my LBS that carries Cdale would not negotiate the price (you might have more luck with your LBS):



Also the Trek 6700 is around the same price range as the F600:



Or you could spend a bit less and buy the bike I got, the Trek 6500 Disc:



If you want FS, the Trek Fuel 80 is a good buy, if you get a large enough discount:



Jon.
post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by corima_puma
LItespeed Blade, Trek Time Trial, Kestral KM40, and of course, Corima Puma

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Jon.
post #34 of 39
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Originally Posted by corima_puma
LItespeed Blade, Trek Time Trial, Kestral KM40, and of course, Corima Puma
So I take it you're a triathlete? Corima has some sick designs btw.

A.
post #35 of 39
Yes, trying the Litespeed this year, first time on titanium. Hoping it won't affect the run after those long rough rides.
post #36 of 39
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
Yesterday I went riding in the wet with on and off rain, and I just realized how happy I am that my bike has disc breaks, the stopping power in the wet is unbelievable! I was riding my mountain bike on a golf course, in and out of the dunes and sand traps, and every time I need to make a sharp stop, the breaks worked flawlessly, delivering perfect stopping power.

Jon.
Jon, this is wrong on so many levels I scarcely have the energy to try. WTF are you doing riding your bike in sand traps? Aren't there more suitable venues for your amusement?
post #37 of 39
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
Jon, this is wrong on so many levels I scarcely have the energy to try. WTF are you doing riding your bike in sand traps? Aren't there more suitable venues for your amusement?

Not that close to my house .

Seriously though, the local bike park closed after the hurricane, and all the trees have been removed, and I am pretty sure that they are going to pave it and make a mini mall, or something (damn it). Consequently, the closest park is now a mere 25 miles away...

And why is it wrong to bike on a golf course?

Jon.
post #38 of 39
As I said, I don't have the energy.
post #39 of 39
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
As I said, I don't have the energy.

Dude, if you keep on posting that you don't have the energy, than obviously you do have the energy but perhaps you can't actually find anything to "ňúreprimand' me for.

Jon.
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