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    Moving on..

    I decided to sell my Nishiki and buy a Trek Superlite Y-300, Seems pretty rare ive googled, Has anyone got one here? Here are pics of it and specs, in dutch though: Marktplaats.nl > Trek Superlite 300 (carbon Y-frame) - Fietsen en Brommers - Fietsen | Mountainbikes en ATB

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    That's the Y frame... it's pretty old. While some like it, I wouldn't look for one.

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    Yeah, it's rare because it's old. Ancient.
    Worked at Trek/Fisher dealer 2008-2013. Only a little biased.

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    Update: I ditched this idea as i could not get a good price for my old bike, And: Its a 26 inch one, That isnt riding as smooth as an 29er IMO..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wasmachineman NL View Post
    Update: I ditched this idea as i could not get a good price for my old bike, And: Its a 26 inch one, That isnt riding as smooth as an 29er IMO..
    Don't just disregard 26 because there are 29, they roll pretty good. It just a matter of what you want to do. Old bikes (both the Nishiki and the Y bikes should be pretty cheap, so I wouldn't expect to get too much money on either one.

    However, newer bikes will ride excelent regardless of wheel size.

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