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    Specialized vs Polar!

    Hi every one, I'm getting a Specialized hardrock sport disc (580 euros)but for the same money here in macedonia I can get a Polar Viper (580 euros)
    ( Polar is a Serbian bike company VIPER | 2012 : POLAR Bikes )
    It wights 12,7 kg rather than the heavy Specialized 14,7
    Polar specs:
    Fork- SUNTOUR XCR LO 100 mm
    Stem- RITCHEY COMP OVERSIZE
    Handlebar- RITCHEY Comp Rizer 620 × 20 OVERSIZE
    The seat tube-RITCHEY COMP 31.6 x 350mm
    Rims | RODI EXCALIBUR 32H
    Front hub | Shimano HB-RM66 32H DISC
    Last hubs | Shimano HB-RM66 32H DISC
    Brake Levers | Shimano BL-M445 HYDRAULIC
    The front brakes | Shimano BR-M445 HYDRAULIC
    Last brakes | Shimano BR-M445 HYDRAULIC
    The front derailleur | Shimano Alivio FD-M431
    Rear derailleur | Shimano Deore RD-M592 SGS
    Shifters | Shimano Alivio SL-M430 3 × 9
    Cassette | Shimano CS-HG50-9 11-32
    Chain | Shimano CN-HG53
    Bed Head Medium | Shimano BB-UN26 PATRON
    Crankset | Shimano Alivio FC-M430 175MM 44x32x22X
    Pedals | Aluminum FP-980
    Tires | X-CONTINENTAL KING, 26 × 2:10
    1 Color | Black and Green
    2 Color | Black and Red
    and specialized specs:
    Specialized Bicycle Components
    Can you help me what to choose

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    I guess it depends on what kind of user you are. If you don´t plan to put much more time into your bike except riding time you might be better off with the higher quality equipped VIPER.

    If you are planning to upgrade your bike and maybe emphasize some history and a well known name, if not the best known, in the bike industry... IMHO the Hardrock is the way to go.

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