- 4 Posts. Joined 3/2012
- Location: New Hampshire
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While being a very nice ride for its price point, any bike based on the S30 frame is not something I'd put a lot of money into. My upgrade sequence is things that are broken and found deficient, contact points (saddle, handlebar, pedals), things that can be transferred to a new bike (which is contact points plus wheels), and finally running gear.
Really, if everything is working as it should, treat the bike to a thorough cleaning, fresh handlebar tape, and some nicer tires. And save your money for a CR1.