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    1000-1100 Am

    title pretty much sums it up, looking for 1000-1100 AM bike

    any ideas/suggestions very welcome
    Last edited by mountainbika; 07-27-2006 at 03:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainbika
    title pretty much sums it up, looking for 1000-1100 AM bike

    any ideas/suggestions very welcome
    What are you looking for your all over the place on what you want to ride & how much you can spend. It seems like you are just tying up post time for yourself.

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    im just getting ideas of some quality bikes out there, im still not sure if im looking for am or xc.

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    have you looked into ibex bikes yet? they only sell online but they offer a heck of a lot of bang for your buck. their apogee and asta series bikes would be good for am and xc riding. Ironhorse, Jamis, and KHS probably have some bikes in your price range.

    have you tried out any bikes yet to see what you like? do you want full suspension or a hardtail?

    http://www.ibexbikes.com/Bikes/APG-SPT-LT-Details.html
    http://www.ibexbikes.com/Bikes/ASTA-COMP-Details.html
    http://www.rscycle.com/s.nl/sc.7/category.55/.f

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    thank you for the post,

    im thinking i want a hardtail

    is the specialized rockhopper all mountain series ACTUALLY good for all mountain?

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    HT for AM?? you must be rugged. What are you calling AM riding for yourself Ibex frames are rock solid & have great components, swap the bar for a riser.

    https://www.ibexbikes.com/Bikes/TR-COMP-Details.html


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    looking at the asta series comp, is thos a gppd one?

    is the fork and shock good?(never heard of it)

    tyler

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    yo dog, is that the asta series pro expert or comp?

    tyler

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    It is a ground up build it is close to a Expert/Pro mutt.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=204057

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    it is SAH-WEET

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