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RexX

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4/6/2013 5:38 AM

Hey guys,
I recently purchased a Specialized Hardrock and fell in love with riding. I want to upgrade and im having
trouble figuring out which bike to get.. I can ride 20km of paved roads before hitting offroad and mountains sometimes pavement only. I definitely want a good all around bike (which apparently doesnt exist!) I use it to go on fishing trips on rivers nearby or to go get some groceries, anyways you get the idea. I just wanted to know what
your suggestions would be between stumpjumpers, carves, epics.. As you can tell im kind of a Specialized fan
have my eye on a Stumpjumper FSR Comp.

Thank you all in advance

mrpowerjd

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4/8/2013 2:55 AM

Your first question to ask yourself is what is your budget? That makes a big difference because as you no doubt know, Specialized has a huge range of offerings.

RexX

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4/8/2013 2:15 PM

Well i found some amazing used bikes so the budget wont be a problem, but i predict between 1500-3500 depending on the model!

narf!

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5/31/2013 12:37 AM

Get Stumpy Evo, you won't loose anything uphill but you'll have much more fun descending. Small geo tweaks make great difference.