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The Synapse soaks up the imperfections of the terrain beneath you perfectly with its stiff front and more relaxed rear end. It ensures great and pain-free ...

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Belt-drive (Gates carbon) / 650b x 40c wheels / 8 gears (Internal) / 160mm rotors hydraulic disc brakes / Lefty LightPipe fork Designed as an all-around fun ...

Cannondale is a very well-known brand when it comes to producing high-quality accessible cyclocross and road bikes. The CAADX 105 is another bike from this ...

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The Orbea Orca M30 is the perfect road bike for fast riders, smooth roads, and lots of demanding uphill riding. The bike weighs only around 17.5 lbs which ...

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The Orbea MX 50 is a relatively cheap but a good-looking bike that is definitely difficult to resist riding. With an aluminum frame and front suspension, it ...

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The Orbea MX 24 is a selection of great bikes for your kid. They’ll fall in love with the looks and the coloring but at the same time, they’ll get a decent ...

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In 2019, Diamondback wanted to put together something that could do it all: Road rides, 8+ hour long hauls, cross-country, and occasional off-road situations, ...

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The Diamondback Atroz 1 is a great, entry-level trail rider with a lot of features packed into its low price. Most individuals just looking to get into this ...

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The Diamondback Release 3 sits at the top of DB’s trail model list, providing high-end components, a lightweight frame, wide gear ratios, and an all-around ...

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If you want to get a taste of riding the trails and put your adrenaline addiction to the test, then Cannondale Catalyst 4 is just the right choice for you. ...

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  1. Hi Satane,
    Yes, it is true. (If the cyclist is slow 🙂 )

  2. 55cm is L which means for riders 5’7″ to 5’9″. What model are you looking for?

  3. Oh man, sad to hear. What model was it?

  4. Nope, but you can easily use rim tape and buy some TR tires 🙂

  5. Ofcourse, Robert 🙂

  6. Hi Jeff,

    Really, what happened?

  7. Hi Brandon,

    The MSRP for Trail 7 is $720

  8. You can have a look at the Reviews and read more in the Best Bike Brands section.

  9. Hi Lloyd,
    Great, you made a smart choice buying a Fuji. 28 pounds isn’t that bad. If you like the bike and want to reduce the weight, you can start with the wheels, swapping them would be a positive change in many ways.

  10. Great to hear that you found your way back to cycling, Paul! You are right, both HT & FS have their pros and cons. The Trail 7 is certainly a good MTB, no doubt.

  11. Thanks for sharing Cynthia!

  12. I believe a hybrid bike is the best choice for you if you like to coast on all terrains. If you favor off-road more, then adventure/gravel hybrids would be the best. You have to cut corners on technical trails obviously, but they are fun to ride. We are making a hybrid bike section right now, but in the meantime, you can check the best hybrid bikes on Bicycle Guider

  13. Kestrel is a USA brand Jason

  14. Hi Cusack,
    Sad to hear that. Do you have a MicroShift front derailleur? It might happen because Cannondale used such a weak part there, which is a shame. If you tried to adjust it without any positive results, you might want to upgrade it to Shimano’s Deore, for example. Doesn’t cost much but will add value to this bike.

  15. Hi Rob,
    Check your inbox 🙂