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    Diamondback Sync'r vs Polygon Trid

    I currently have a downhill bike that I bought used for $500 (Santa Cruz VP Free) but it has been too heavy for my liking. The geometry is really old, so if I want a newer geometry bike I have to buy a hardtail with the amount of money I have saved ($1200). I have been looking at the Diamondback Sync'r and the Polygon Trid. I mostly do bigger dirt jumps and every once in a while lift accessed terrain. Which do you think is better overall? BTW I live an hour away from the Diamondback HQ.

    https://www.diamondback.com/sync-r-27-5-41
    https://www.polygonbikes.com/shop/bi...dj-bmx/trid-3/

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    One is a DJ bike. One is a hardtail trail bike. They would appear to be very different bikes.

    If you're mainly doing DJ, then stick with the Trid and rent a DH bike when you go to DH parks. If you're mainly doing jump lines at lift access terrain, then you'll also be fine on the Trid.

    That's just my initial thinking, but someone may come in with a better opinion.

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