I'm new to mountain biking and from as little experience as I have riding my cheap noname hardtail, it seems that my interests will be single track and maybe some technical downhill rides.
Recently I've been made an offer for bike collecting dust for years in my friends basement.
Quick parts list: http://bormann-fahrraeder.de/Bilder/...G-ZERO_FX3.htm
2002 Scott G-ZERO FX3 full suspension bike, supposedly in very good condition and used only for a short while, never raced. I'm yet to get it's actual condition looked over by an experienced friend but in meantime I'd like to ask a few questions.
-Can some parts be in bad condition due to their age and even if not used much? (tires come to mind as I've heard rubber tend to decay over time)
-How difficult would it be finding replacement parts when needed? (this being and old model and all)
-Given the bike's low price and if in good condition and the fact that I couldn't afford to buy a descent (hardtail) bike before sometime next year, should I go for this FS bike (even if the model is outdated)?
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