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Old April 3rd 05, 09:22 PM
gump
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I'm looking at the trek navigator 200 or 300, but I have looked at
o0thers. KHS has the town and country dlx and Giant has a model as
well as Raleigh and a host of others. KHS claims there bike is
vitually the same, but is it? Any opinions from people that these
bikes as to which gives the best deal for the money as none of these
bikes is cheap. Thanks

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Old April 4th 05, 05:24 AM
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I'm looking at the trek navigator 200 or 300, but I have looked at
o0thers. KHS has the town and country dlx and Giant has a model as
well as Raleigh and a host of others. KHS claims there bike is
vitually the same, but is it? Any opinions from people that these
bikes as to which gives the best deal for the money as none of these
bikes is cheap. Thanks


I have a Specialized Crossroads that I bought for a commuter. It's not too
bad, but I now wish I had bought a cyclocross, or at least a model that's a
bit lighter and with narrower, lighter wheels.


 




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