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    Coyote 29ers

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    Are the coyote 29ers any good the ones I've seen/like are the Coyote highway, turnpike and freeway are these any good if not what other 29ers could I get for 300 cheers

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    First off, punctuation is your friend.

    Second, please provide a link.

    Last, 300 what? Pounds of gold? 1kt diamonds? 300 pounds sterling? Dollars?

    With VAT? Without? Shipping?

    Words matter, man.

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    Dude take it easy I'm 12 years old and great British pounds I'm from the uk and I'll only be ordering from the uk!

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    This is the coyote Everglades 29er Which I forgot to mention, Coyote Everglades 2013 29er Bike : Bikes | Mountain Bikes | Road Bikes| Winstanleys Cycles

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    All of those bikes are 2013 this one is the coyote freeway 2012, http://www.winstanleysbikes.co.uk/images/prod_52015.png

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    Young man, all your links lead to photos, we need links to specs, please. All of your links may also be included in a single post. Thanks in advance.

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    You are in a price range where great or excellent bikes simply don't exist.
    But, there are some good ones, and some decent bikes.
    The simple truth of the matter is the Suntour fork and components will do the job, the frame you will get will be not much better or worse than any other bike in it's price range. The rest is marketing and hype from mfg to get you to buy their bike.

    What really matters - getting properly measured so you get the right bike for you.
    The right length of stem so your back and arms don't hurt, choose the proper gearing for the type of riding you want to do. Either 2x10 or 3x9, but I find simpler is better.
    If you don't actually intend to do aggressive trail riding, only pathways and dirt roads, then even a suspension fork is a waste of money, and it will make your bike heavier than it needs to be.

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    Those are all low-end bikes. Can you find a good used bike where you are? If you're only 12 you need to realize that you'll likely outgrow the bike fairly quickly.

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    Do your parents know you are on a message board? Very cool to see you interested in riding rather than video games and such! Good luck and have fun!

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    Hi guys yeah I understand it won't be any thing good and I'm aware of it but I ride motocross so I want something to keep fitinbetween rides and @ghettocop yeah they do I ask them before I join and I can't stand football or video games

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