Too much of a good thing?

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by RockyRides, Oct 14, 2005.

  1. RockyRides

    RockyRides New Member

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    For someone who hasn't been into bicycling for many, many years, I've recently jumped in with both feet. First were his & hers Trek Navigator 200's. Then an older Trek Mountain Track 800 from a garage sale (it's OK but heavy- steel frame). But today I did myself proud- picked up my new ('05) Specialized Rockhopper; then on the way back home stopped by another bike shop where they were selling their '05 Rocky Mountain "Soul" rental bikes- a few scuffs & scratches, but otherwise in great shape. Anyway my only problem is that while the Rockhopper looks terrific, the ride, steering and balance of the Rocky Mountain is amazing. I think it's going to be my favorite all around bike. Now that I've got the Trek Mtn. Track cleaned up & purring, it's time for it to go! That will make for a more manageable 4 bikes for the two of us. :eek:
     
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  2. konaman132

    konaman132 New Member

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    I do not think it is to much of a good thing!! I think it is great!!

    I have a 2006 Kona Stinky, but I would love to get a nice hardtail. I am getting to a point that I like to go on longer rides and a 42lb f/s bike is just not made for that.

    Congrats on the new rides!!!
     
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