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    Is this a 06/07??



    Cant decide what year this is!?

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    I'm not too sure what year, I picked this up right before winter hit so I've only been on it twice. I'm still pretty new to mountain bikes all together, is this one a bike I can keep and upgrade for years? I do mild mountain biking and a decent amount of trail riding, nothing extreme.

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    I don't know what year that is, but the Response is a great frame. Defnitely worth upgrading as needed in the future.

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    2006 diamondback response sport.. One level down from the comp. I have a base response with no disc brakes and a cheaper fork. I beat the hell out of it and ride almost anything with out a problem. You can spend thousands on a bike, but I suggest just beefing that bike up a little at a time. It should be no problem for you for light riding. The frame is an animal, the parts are serviceable. Its the best bang for the buck bike out there.
    I like to ride my bike.

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