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    Help me pick a bike!

    hey im looking for a bike to do some intermediate trails around the houston area. im looking to spend about 700 or 800. im leaning towards giant, trek or specialized so far because those aare the brands that my lbs carries.

    i thought since you guys know the area best you might have the best suggestions

    thanks for any help!!!

    thoughts so far

    trek 600

    giant yukon

    specialized rockhopper comp disc

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    cast one vote for the Giant !

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    also looking at a used 06 stumpjumper disc for 1000. good deal?

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    Giant will likely give you the best component mix for your dollar. Trek and Spec will be filled with "in-house" brands and items they create. Typically they are of less quality than the parts specified by Giant.

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    x 2 on Giant Yukon.. i got a Rincon and its a great bike and im sure the Yukon has some better parts.

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    The Trek is the best on your list. Assuming you meant the 6000 model.

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