Tuesday, July 9, 2013

2013 Kona Mahuna * Giant Revel 29'er 0 / Durability for around $700.00

Kona Mahuna 29'er
Frame> Kona 7005 Aluminum Butted
Fork> Suntour XCT Lo, 100mm
Crankset> FSA Dyna Drive, 42/32/22t
Cassette> SRAM PG820, 11-32t, 8-speed
Derailleur's> (F) Shimano Altus / (R) SRAM X4
Hubs> Formula
Rims> WTB SX23, doublewall
Tires> Vittoria Saguaro, 29x2.2"
Brakes> Avid Elixir 1, mechanical disc, w/Avid G2 rotors
Saddle> Kona XC
Price> $700.00
Giant 29er 0
Frame> ALUXX-Grade Aluminum
Fork> Suntour XCM V3 29", 80mm, w/mechanical lockout
Crankset> SRAM S600, 22/32.44t
Cassette> SRAM PG950, 11x32t, 9-speed
Derailleur's> SRAM X5
Hubs> Formula
Rims> Giant alloy, doublewall
Tires> Giant Sport, 29x2.1"
Brakes> Avid BB5, mechanical disc
Saddle> Giant Sport Trail
Price> $700.00
A person could choose literally any model the Giant  Bicycle Corporation produces for any and all types of riding and be perfectly happy with their purchase in most cases. Being the largest bicycle manufacturer on earth has it's perks such as buying power and the ability to save money by using their own Giant brand components and parts. ( usually more bike for the bucks) Lets not forget a massive network of dealerships that makes not only finding the perfect Giant bike (on any budget) but also keeping it serviced a near effortless endeavor.
Both the Kona Mahuna and the Giant Revel 0 mark that point in bicycle purchasing where a person enters the realm of riding a truly quality made bicycle. These bikes are examples of the starting point where the new rider or the rider on a budget looking for a "do everything bike" should start.

S. Monkey

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