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    Question on Nemesis Design and Pricing

    I'm tossing around the idea of getting into the 650B world as an addition to my 29er. One of the bikes I'm looking at is the Nemesis 650 Race hardtail. My question is in terms of pricing on this particular model, when compared to other 650s I'm looking at like the Scott Scale 750 it seems to be priced higher with significantly lower specs (especially with the drive train). Am I missing something in the frame design that warrants the higher price point or is this just premium for the name? Also my local Jamis shop does not do any kind of discounts at all, even on older model years. Is this typical of the brand or just this shop?

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    The pricing is the shop. There are a lot of shops like that near me. There is 1 that still has 2012 models at MSRP. You have to find the owner and haggle with him and maybe he'll offer you a deal. It's too much of a hassle so I stopped shopping there. I'm pretty sure repairs keep him in business.
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