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    Giant or diamondback

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    I'm 12 and I've been looking into buying either a Giant Boulder se or a Diamondback Coper head.
    I'm not sure which one i want. but i'm a beginner and the diamond back is cheaper and almost has the same components as the giant. The last bike i had I totally wrecked(although it was a crappy bike,Tech Team) so now i'm looking into something more expensive and last.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_biker4
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    I'm 12 and I've been looking into buying either a Giant Boulder se or a Diamondback Coper head.
    I'm not sure which one i want. but i'm a beginner and the diamond back is cheaper and almost has the same components as the giant. The last bike i had I totally wrecked(although it was a crappy bike,Tech Team) so now i'm looking into something more expensive and last.
    How many forums did you post this in. GEE!
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    definately go with the giant. i work in a shop that carrys both of those bikes and the overally quality is beter on the giant, its worth the little extra in money. besides the copperhead is really just a cheap ralleigh in desguise

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    No good

    Quote Originally Posted by garboui
    definately go with the giant. i work in a shop that carrys both of those bikes and the overally quality is beter on the giant, its worth the little extra in money. besides the copperhead is really just a cheap ralleigh in desguise

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    Quote Originally Posted by garboui
    definately go with the giant. i work in a shop that carrys both of those bikes and the overally quality is beter on the giant, its worth the little extra in money. besides the copperhead is really just a cheap ralleigh in desguise
    okay, the only thing is that this won't be my last bike. I'll probaly get 1 other one after this and that will be the big buck bike. What shop do you work at anyway?

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