Latest review: Coming from a 26 inch tyres and a smaller size frame (bike got stolen from train station) to this large 29er with 21.5 inch frame was a treat to ride. The difference of ride I felt was huge. Hardly
Latest review: Like this bike. Good Buy. Light weight frame that gives you effort less. Never regret to owned this bike. The quality is great for the price. Very comfortable and classy bike. moded with fox vanilla
Latest review: I saw this bike in the bike shop whilst looking for something else for myself. I fell in love with the look of it, and as I'd been trying to urge my son to upgrade to something better for ages to
Latest review: Light at 12.2kg, solid wheels set at 2100gms and an easy swap-out for say ZTR Crest wheel-set and save 0.5kg = 11.7kg 29er dually. Nice.
This rolls over everything easier than my 26", noticeable
Latest review: After researching for months I finally settled on the 2012 Giant Reign 2 all mountain bike. The bike is a great ride, perfect on up hills and speedy down descents. The bike can take big jumps and
Latest review: Great build quality, and the price for what you get is quite good. A bike that will last some time before you wear it out. My bike is the 2009 version but here is very little difference between the
Latest review: Fantastic bike! the fox suspension is great and no pedal bob when climbing and suspension set properly! Shimano slx & xt group set is very good as well. It's great on the road , big climbs and single
Latest review: In a word - Awesome ! Cannot fault this bike , XT components , great XC , downhill & training bike , can lock suspension to varying degrees ( front & rear ) , 29 inch wheels come into their own on
Latest review: excellent bike overall very good
double wall rims shimano components kenda tyres i ride on average per week 20 -30 kilometers no
Latest review: just paradise and you wont belive how comfy it you bacically sink into it and the wind on your face is like having soft cat along your face I brought it recently and I cant leave alone 2 years ago I
Latest review: I bought one of these the other day, i have also ridden it on 4x tracks, and i believe that it handles very well.
I loved how it was very comfortable, it is also very light with a quite strong frame.
Latest review: Great at all diciplines. Uphill with the front forks locked out and set at 120mm travel, the rear set to pro pedal it climbs beautifully. I prefer to keep the rear set to propedal and the front set
Latest review: A great bike with the usual Giant value components. It's smooth on paths and dirt tracks and quick enough to keep up with a group of serious riders. Not as sharp in the turns as a 26er but much more
Latest review: I somehow came across this bike in a buy back shop, I brought it home and serviced it, and it's absolutely a marvelous bike to ride, the bigger wheels and road tyres make pedaling a breeze, and I
Latest review: I have had my Alias for 4 years, and it had its first service 3 months ago,I have used road tyres on this bike for around town rides and changed up to serious dirt tyres for x- country riding.
Latest review: After changing h/bars & stem to highest avail. rise and fitting schwalbe 2.4 super moto-X tyres (easily accomodated with existing cables), we have a versatile and comfortable general purpose bike.
Latest review: Easy to pedal and very fast gears switch well components very good except terrible seat recommended if your willing To change seat other than That good
Latest review: I bought the Trek fro $600 and its been a good bike and I also fitted a child seat to this bike to carry my son on it too. The gears and brakes are very fiddly to adjust but then all new bikes are
Latest review: This is quite a tough bike that takes a bit of a pounding on moderately tough off road tracks and is also quite suited to the suburban and city bike trails. I have always loved Avanti for their frame
Latest review: Bought this 2011 Giant Boulder 3 (Black) new as I had out grown my other, older bike. A solid bicycle.
It's only equipped with Shimano Tourney front and rear derailleurs, but they've held up