Gary Fisher Sugar (mixin it up)

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by Geewizza, Sep 17, 2003.

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Dual or Hard tail

  1. Yes, love the hard tail

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  2. Yes, love the dual

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  3. I have one of each

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  4. Undecided...

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  1. Geewizza

    Geewizza New Member

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    Gidday all,

    Who out there has some feed back on the Gary Fisher Sugar? I have just bought one after coming from an old dual GF. I have a GT hard tail as well and hope to mix my bikes depending on my ride locations. You see my old GF broke so I borrowed a mates Harro hard tail, I was impressed by the improvement in power up hill but hated the rough down hill. As I've had to give my mates bike back I was not sure what to do and I needed a new bike, I bought a base GT (paid around $400au, apparently the frame is the same frame used on the GT's up to $1800.00au) I put all my old components on it and it goes great. However I can't wait to get on the Sugar in two weeks. Who out there rides a Sugar? I am looking for positive feed back!!

    Cheers.

    Wizza
     
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    juliebeanpie New Member

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  3. sworkz

    sworkz New Member

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    I love my HT, but dualies are nice, especially really efficient ones. I rode the Sugar this past summer and being that it was the first dualie I had ridden off road, and I was riding it in really technical terrain, I was quite pleased with it. It'll do the job in the occassional race and it's relatively efficient, I'd recommend it to most riders.

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  4. Geewizza

    Geewizza New Member

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    Thanks for the reply's. I'll be posting my thoughts once I've been on the Sugar a couple of weeks. One good thing, Gary Fisher make some great bikes so I'm not expecting to be let down.

    Cheers.

    Wizza
     
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