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Jeep 29er Comanche Mountain Bike (18.5 Inch, Satin Copper)
Jeep 29er Comanche Mountain Bike (18.5 Inch, Satin Copper)
Introducing the do it all Jeep Comanche 29er Mountain Bike! Starts off with a hand crafted, light-weight 6061 aluminum frame that exudes quality. Shimano Tourney 21 speed shifters and rear derailleur provide lightning fast and accurate shifting. A Radius 165mm front disc brake and rear linear pull brake ensure that you stop on a dime. When you hit the trails, you will immediately notice the zero flex that the oversize 31.8 alloy handle bar and stem provide, giving you confidence as you tackle tricky single track. CST Caballero 28 x 2.25 tires provide plenty of traction in all conditions. The Jeep Comanche 29er is finished in a beautiful satin finish copper that will turn heads wherever you ride. Available in 18.5 inch frame size, 23.25 inch virtual top tube.

Whether you're looking to rip through a tough mountain trail or commute a few miles to work, the Jeep 29er Comanche mountain bike does it all. The 18.5-inch bike is outfitted with a lightweight, handcrafted aluminum frame with forged drop outs, along with a Zoom 29er suspension fork with 65mm of travel. As a result, you can easily cruise through tough bumps and nasty branches without penalty. The oversized 31.8mm alloy handlebar and stem, meanwhile, provide zero flex, giving you plenty of confidence as you tackle tricky single track. And riders will love the Shimano Tourney 21-speed shifters and rear derailleur, which provide lightning fast, accurate shifting. Additional details include a sure-stopping 165mm Radius front disc brake and rear linear pull brake; CST Caballero 28 x 2.25 tires that provide plenty of traction in all conditions; and a beautiful satin copper finish guaranteed to turn heads.

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Menai Review
Menai Review
Trail Review :: The hardest trail i have ridden technicality wise but not really the best. I have no doubt that this trail is about as hard as it will get before you venture into freeriding/downhill sort of trails. Right from the get go you will be going down a significantly paced downhill with some tricky rolldowns. Since it is a very wide firetrail it becomes very important to pick the right lines. Failure to do so can either result in you crashing or walking back up slightly to restart another line. The beginning part of the trail is mostly rocky firetrail but since it is used by 4wd's as well all the stuff is fairly significantly sized. What this means is most of the uphills which is tricky are left to be walked. Whilst i have no doubt you can most likely ride up some of those it just feels pretty pointless to do most of the time. This makes the trail ultra frustrating and certainly non flowing. It gets worse though. Once you get past all of that you come into a valleyish area which is by far the best scenery i have seen so far riding my bike. The singletrack through the valley seems promising however one thing ruins it all. The trail is used by a large amount of moto-x riders as well and the result of this is super sandy trails. I hate sand. It eats up stability, speed and generally makes things pretty painful. This carries on until a massive loop doubles back to the start. The biggest problem with this track is the frustrating characteristics of the trail. It is super technical which means you won't be riding everything nonstop and secondly the sand adds to the lack of tempo and rhythm. All in all when you head back to your car you will not be riding but rather pushing your bike up a massive hill. A mate who rode with us joked that if somebody asked him what he did on the weekend he would answer that he pushed his bike. However negativity aside it is also a great track for challenging yourself. If you look at the track not as in a complete trail but rather in sections which you try to tackle you will find satisfaction from clearing these sections one by one. I have not ridden this track for awhile now and cant see myself going back anytime soon however i might go back one day to see just how much my skills have improved from riding generally speaking. Technicality :: 8.5-9 out of 10 Fun :: 6 out of 10
Plegable
Plegable
Product: Zig7 by Breezer Submitted at: City Bikes Review Status: Pending Awful performance and worse guarantee by Daniel Lobo from Washington DC on 1/14/2009 Pros: Handles Well, Lightweight, Attractive Design Cons: Flimsy Construction, Bad Service Guarantee, Poor Components Best Uses: Road Biking, Commuting Describe Yourself: Avid Cyclist It is a pity cause the riding feel is quite good, and I have enjoyed doing trails and city commuting for almost two years on this one. But the Breezer service is truly disappointing in particular when it matters. The durability specifically is dreadful. First the frame at the connection with the saddle tube broke, in less than 6 months of use, and Breezer chose to say that it was due to misuse of the bike. The frame! The store got to a deal and I stupidly rescued the bike. Yesterday the pedal crank broke in the middle of a busy downtown crossing. Right by the middle... The crank! Never seen anything like it. I?d say: never, ever buy a Breezer bike. But if you want an unreliable bike, that feels great, packs nicely and can leave you bleeding at any moment on the side of the road this is your ride.

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Jeep Cherokee Men's Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike (26-Inch Wheels, 19-Inch Frame)
Are you ready for some serious Trail Rated mountain bike fun? Look no further. The Jeep Cherokee Full Suspension Mountain Bike is ready to tackle any trail any time. The Jeep Cherokee Mountain Bike feature a beautiful, hand crafted, four bar linkage dual suspension aluminum frame that soaks up bumps big and small. Shimano 24 speed shifters and derailleurs provide lightning fast shifting. Promax front and rear disc brakes ensure that you stop on a dime. On the trail the rider will immediately notice the zero flex that the oversize 31.8 oversized handle bar and stem provide, giving you confidence as you tackle tricky single track. The Jeep Cherokee Mountain Bike is finished in a beautiful satin blue.

The Jeep Cherokee Full Suspension Mountain Bike is trail-rated and equipped to tackle the trail. The Jeep Cherokee Mountain Bike features a beautiful, handcrafted, four bar linkage dual suspension aluminum frame that absorbs bumps both big and small. Shimano 24 speed shifters and derailleurs provide lightning fast shifting and Promax front and rear disc brakes ensure you stop on a dime. On the trail, the rider will immediately notice the zero flex that the 31.8 inch oversized handle bar and stem provide, bolstering confidence on tricky single track. This bike has a 19-inch frame with 26-inch wheels.
Features:
Four bar linkage independent full suspension aluminum frame with 90mm travel. Coil Spring
Steel crown front shock 80mm travel
24 speed Shimano shifters
Shimano Altus rear derailleur
Oversize 31.8 stem and handle bar
Custom 32 spoke Vitesse wheels
Front and rear disc brakes
Specifications:
Frame: 7000 aluminum floating beam full suspension
Fork- Steel Crown 80mm travel
Rear Shock: Coil
Headset: Steel Threadless 1 1/8"
Stem: Alloy XR 26 31.8 clamp
Handlebar: Alloy Riser MTB 31.8
Grips: Velo Kraton D2
Brakes: Promax 320 Mechanical Disk F & R
Brake Levers: Forged Alloy
Shifters: Shimano 24 Speed with Indicators
Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Altus
Cassette: Shimano 8 Speed 12-28
Chain: KMC
Crankset: Alloy Arms 26, 38, 48 Alloy
Bottom Bracket: Square Taper VP
Pedals: VP Alloy Cage
Wheels: Custom Alloy Disc Rims with 32 hole Stainless Steel Spokes
Tires: Mountain Knobby Tread 26" x 2.1"
Saddle: Vitesse Custom
Seat Post: Vitesse

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