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2016 Diamondback Recoil Full Suspension 29er Review

Diamondback Bicycles 2016 Recoil Complete Full Suspension Mountain Bike Review

Who is the Diamondback Recoil F/S 29er for? Recommended for those looking for an inexpensive full-suspension mtb For riders just learning about the world of mountain biking and for those who live near creeks and river trails, Diamondback’s Recoil F/S 29er is a great full-suspension solution. The setbacks that riders will experience after developing a personal riding style for local …

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2015 Diamondback Lux Sport 27.5″er (Women’s)

Who is the Diamondback Lux Sport 29er for? Recommended for women looking for an inexpensive mountain bike For female riders who may not be well educated in mountain bikes and pricing, the Diamondback Lux Sport 29er is a moderately affordable, entry level bike for those wishing to do a little bit more than just ride off the pavement. With an …

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Takara Kabuto Single Speed Road Bike Review

Who is the Takara Kabuto Single Speed Road Bike for? Recommended for any one looking for a simple inexpensive road bike For riders wishing to get back into the routine of riding and want a durable single speed bicycle, the Takara Kabuto Single Speed road bike makes quite the affordable catch. It’s not built for racing, but it can certainly …

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GMC Denali Road Bike

Who is the GMC Denali Road Bike for? Recommended for any one looking for a simple inexpensive road bike Constructed of aluminum 7005 straight gauge material, the GMC Denali’s frame is comparable to many entry-level to intermediate road bikes of a much higher budget. Because of this, riders who are looking for an affordable yet reliable frame can look no …

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Takara Sugiyama Flat Bar Fixie Bike Review

Who is the Takara Sugiyama Flat Bar Fixie Bike for? Recommended¬†for any one looking for a simple inexpensive road bike Japanese-based Takara bicycle company has developed affordable yet reliable, entry-level bicycles for consumers who wish to learn the ropes of the modern day bike. While most of us grew up with bicycles attached to our feet at early ages, it’s …

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