Motobecane 600XC 2002 Full Suspension

DESCRIPTION

  • 24 Speed Deore Dual Suspension
  • Frame M-Wing 7005 Aluminum
  • Fork RockShox Judy TT
  • Rims/Hubs Alex M-Wing Sealed
  • Tires Kenda K-850
  • Derailleur (F) FDM330 Shimano
  • Derailleur (R) Shimano Deore
  • Shifters Shimano Deore RF+
  • Crankset M-Wing Aluminum
  • Brakes/Levers Tektro V M-Wing
  • Bar/Stem M-Wing Aluminum
  • Headset M-Wing Aheadset
  • Colors Red/Black

  • USER REVIEWS

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    [Sep 13, 2002]
    Mel Swell
    Cross Country Rider

    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
    Strength:

    Rugged, good mid level components, LX, Deore, Tektro brakes, Judy TT, Rock Shock coil dampened

    Weakness:

    Heavier but tolerable on climbs(makes you stronger no doubt)
    Squeaky seatpost(spray it), Bar ends take up valuable hand space.

    I have enjoyed this bike very much. It handles very well on rocky terrains and does not wear you out on the long climbs. It takes everything I have given it. For the money spent and the lifetime free service its a fantastic value for mid level x/c riders. Friends with Gary Fisher Sugars and Specialized Rock Hoppers gave me grief at first but have changed their tune since.

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    [Aug 12, 2002]
    alonzo lewis
    Cross Country Rider

    OVERALL
    RATING
    3
    VALUE
    RATING
    3
    Strength:

    For an entry level dual suspension xc bike it performs relatively well. The components have withstood the pounding and the frame is solid. Very durable

    Weakness:

    A little difficult to hold line when climbing uphill. Thus, handling is a drawback. Seems heavy--no, it is heavy.

    Would only recommend to money conscious buyer.

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