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    What Would You Recommend?

    As mentioned previously I am 54, 5'4" 150 lbs in shape. Do mainly local single track with some tech (rocks/roots) and climbs. Riding a 2012 Fuel EX-9 with just about fully upgraded parts. Bitten by the DH bug with no intentions of racing or doing jump lines. Riding Mountain Creek recently and would like to go 2-4 times a month during the season without having to rent. Which makes more sense?

    1. Keep the Fuel for local trail/SC riding and look to purchase this Intense 951 Evo Park Bike 2015 > Bikes > Mountain Bikes | Jenson USA.

    2. Look towards this Giant Reign 2 Small | eBay as my one bike to do both.

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    Well, I learned my lesson about posting live links to something I am looking to buy. A bike sitting in inventory for 2 years sells just before I made my mind up and was going to purchase it although it may be a total coincidence. Went with a new 2016 GT Fury instead.

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