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    fuji grip shifters?

    are they easy to use? Im really close to buying a fuji odessa 1.0 for my wife but wondering if the grip shifters are harder to use but more importantly is the shifting as good as the trigger shifters, ive ridden bikes where you have to over shift if you know what i mean to get it into the next gear. The bike is on sale for $199 plus an extra 25% off for memorial day, i think its a good deal the other bike i was looking at is a diamondback Lux which is $349 or $369 cant remember for sure. Any input will be appreciated, thanks.

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    Depends on the shifter , do you have a link to the bike ?

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    Is this it ? If you plan on using it on bike paths , it is not a XC bike . The shifters are so so , easy to use though .
    http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0geupbF_f...2b%26Type=bike

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    it has sram grip shifters, everything else on it is sunrace. I bought it brand new yesterday, and the shifters work great.

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    its just like this one but the rear D. is not shimano its sunrace.

    http://www.bikepedia.com/QuickBike/B...i&Model=Odessa 1.0&Type=bike

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    SRAM shifters work well .

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