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    I think I'm ready for an upgrade

    I got a Cannondale F5 a couple years ago and I've ridden it enough to know I love this sport and will continue for years to come. I was thinking about a RZ one twenty 4 or the lowest dual suspension bike I could get. Would you recommend this or should I buy a frame and have the shop move my existing parts over?

    I'm married with expenses so I will have to state the final price to the Mrs. at some point

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    The RZ120 4 is a really nice bike. It's not terribly light but it really shines in all around riding, it would be a great choice. I don't reccomend getting a frame and swapping parts because you might end up with parts that don't swap and things that don't fit and then you'll end up with a pile of junk laying around. Get the complete RZ120 4 and rock out.
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    Thanks. I might consider that. Actually it's an 2009 F7. I paid 650 for it and it's barely used. What would be a fair price to sell it to a friend?


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