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looking forvs good freeride/all mountain bike

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Jamie911

Vital MTB member Jamie911
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Posts: 1

Joined: 2/10/2013

Location: Virginia Beach, VA USA

2/10/2013 5:05 PM

Hello, I am looking for a good freeride/all mountain bike that is also a good bike to pedal up too. Thanks and any suggestions would be great.

astrizzle

Vital MTB member astrizzle
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Posts: 173

Joined: 4/11/2010

Location: Moscow, ID USA

3/2/2013 7:14 AM

I like my Cannondale Claymore a lot. Its a little bit more on the Freeride side of the spectrum but it is very adjustable with a rear shock that can go from 110mm to 180mm and a front shock that can go from 140mm to 180mm and both are only a switch flip away. And since it has a dual ring it can climb really well also. I'm actually about to put it up for sale if you were still looking just FYI (I need to scare up some cash to fix my car sadly).

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