Harden up princess
The seat hurts .... Really. I ride about 50 to 70 Ks on the weekends and can't fault it the Boulder giant 1 bike. Road a Scott on a demo at the "tour down under" a very nice bike went a lot faster than the Boulder but I like the flexibility of the Boulder in bike tracks.
No malice here just a opinion.
better components and speced bikes available for the price
I purchased one of these Giant bikes but regret it now. I have since bought other bikes for family members and for a similar price, they have much better components with almost identical frames. All in all, Giants are overpriced for what they offer.
perfect for casual rides or for weekend dirt tracks
After an extensive research I finally ended up buying Giant Boulder 1. This bike features a cable disc brakes on both front and rear wheels with all Shimano components. This bike is very light and well built and I would definitely recommend Abc Bikes Fairfield, They had the complete bike assembled and delivered to me free of cost. ( Even though they did not have the colour I asked for in their store). Since the purchase about a month ago I have clocked more than 160kms on this and use it to ride to work every day. I can hardly fault it. It feels at ease when riding on the asphalt or the terrible footpaths/driveways of fairfield. I would definitely recommend Giant Boulder 1
light, strong, quality components and fun to ride
none so far
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