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    07' Rockhopper Comp

    Does Anyone Have This Ride??
    How Does It Hold Up/ Handle?
    Anyone Have Pics Of This Bike? Would Love To See Sum.
    Thanks

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    07 only comes in the comp disc model, so i assume you're talking about that?

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    I just bought a 07 Comp Disc in Silver. It is a good bike but I kinda wish I had gotten a FS Now that I have had the bike almost 30 days I need to get the cables and stuff adjusted, The shifting on it now is kinda sloppy. Overall great bike

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    My Sons Rockhopper
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    Jacobus- great looking garage!

    Vinnyl- I believe adjustments to a new bike are normal. Why do you feel you should have bought a full-suspension- back pain?

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    Yeah, the adjustments are normal. When I first got my RH, the dealer told me to bring it back in after a month b/c the new cables will stretch and set in place. My shifting got sloppy too, but after the tune up it's been very smooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain_bike
    Jacobus- great looking garage!

    Vinnyl- I believe adjustments to a new bike are normal. Why do you feel you should have bought a full-suspension- back pain?
    Not really back pain, My real passion is Dirtbiking. Going from a dirt bike to a front suspension only bike kinda beats you up. I like more of a cush type ride

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    I don't have back pain too but will putting "comfort" saddle such as Milano Gel Saddle
    http://www.specialized.com/bc/SBCEqP...jsp?spid=26011
    be a "No No" on mountain bikes? Thanks.

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    No, anything for comfort to your tushy is good.

    I bought a Milano for my rigid bike, (not gel) and it stinks. Too bad I paid 50 bucks for it. Now I will keep it on there.

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    Thanks mountain_bike, my 06 rockhopper, I believe came with the Indie Sport. Either I can't find the right place to sit on or the saddle sucks. I am gonna try find a store with the Specialized buttometer to measure and find myself a better saddle.

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