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  1. #1
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    Jul 2006

    Used King Kikapu or what other option do I have?

    What else can I get that would be better for XC than this for $1200. I'm 5'9" and 190 lbs. I'm not an amateur but no where close to racer material either. I need to make a quick decision.

    2002 Kona King Kikapu full suspension cross country bike.
    Polished/Brushed Aluminum Finish. Not a scratch on the frame.

    -17" Easton Ultra Lite Frame
    -Mars Manitou front fork w/lockout
    -Fox Float RC rear shock w/reboud adj.
    -Race Face Carbon Fiber Cranks
    -XT bottom bracket
    -XT front derailleur
    -XTR rear derailleur
    -XT shift and brake levers
    -Thomson Elite seatpost
    -Race Face Prodigy Stem
    -Race Face headset
    -Bontrager Race 5 deg. handlebar
    -Pauls Quick Release brakes
    -Rolf Satellite wheels (disk brake ready hubs)
    -Cateye CC-FR7CC computer
    -Eggbeater pedals (new)
    -Shock pump inlcuded
    -Bottom bracket wrench included

    Bike has less than 100 miles on it, never raced, just causal trail riding.

    Weighs less than 23 pounds without pedals

  2. #2
    No Fear!
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    Jun 2006
    Thats a good bike but there other options you could look into

    GT I-Drive 4 1.0 2006

    price: $ 1499.00???

    * Frame: All new GT I Drive 4 6061 heat treated full suspension frame with 4 inches of rear wheel travel integrated headset and main pivot bearings with Fox Float RP3 with rebound adjustment
    * Forks: Fox FR 100mm of Travel AIR Sprung with rebound damping adjustment
    * Gears: Shimano Deore 9 speed XT derailleurs front and rear
    * Shifters: Shimano XT dual function 9 speed
    * Chainset: Shimano new XT with Hollowtech 2 piece arm and BB
    * Brakes: Shimano XT Disc one piece cold forged caliper mineral oil fluid front and rear
    * Wheels: Shimano XT disc hubs front and rear with Centrelock rotors and DT Swiss XR 4.1 D double wall high strength heat treated aluminium
    * Tyres: Tioga yellow Kirin Front and Blue Dragon rears
    * Bars: Truvativ XR 6061 Butted aluminium
    * Stem: Truvativ XR 6061 stem cold forged with 4 bolt face plate
    * Saddle: Fizik Gobi
    * Seat Post: Thompson Elite

  3. #3
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    Mar 2005

    I know what I would do

    I would offer the seller with the Kikapu $1000 and see what happens. That bike is worth $1200 all day but used bikes just don't bring much resale regardless of condition.
    Try to pick out anything by itself and you find it connected to the entire universe.

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