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Bikes and Scooters, Electric and Manual

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reganmil


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When considering pulling the trigger on a new Diamondback Trace DualSport, while I agree knowing it has "Wellgo Alloy forged CNC MTB" pedals and "Tektro 3 finger Alloy Linear brake levers" is of premium importance ── particularly since I have large fingers ── I am still left with a degree of uncertainty in the withholding of something like, say the overall weight of the bike?

awl85


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Another color option for E-750(Grey) for similar price:

http://www.amazon.com/Currie-Technologies-eZip-Electric-Scooter/dp/B008JP1LM4

gibizugbe


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How about the height? 18", 20", 24"? Why would I buy a bike without knowing its size?

idz21


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gibizugbe wrote:How about the height? 18", 20", 24"? Why would I buy a bike without knowing its size?



Size matters?

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gibizugbe wrote:How about the height? 18", 20", 24"? Why would I buy a bike without knowing its size?



Hmmmm. Does seem to be lost. I'll see what I can find out.



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mywatchdeal


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gibizugbe wrote:How about the height? 18", 20", 24"? Why would I buy a bike without knowing its size?



Ummm...the title says 18". Anyway, I am also undecided about this bike. The few reviews I found for "almost the same" bike are pretty good and the lowest price I can see is $350. I just don't know about the shock absorbing fork, I read that it causes one to exert more energy when pedaling.
Anyone have experience with this brand and/or model?

jwett9


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Diamondback shipping weight on amazon lists 25 pounds. The review states it needs to be assembled. http://www.amazon.com/Diamondback-2013-Trace-Sport-Wheels/dp/B008O2GG3Q

jakebuck


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How about assembly? what parts need to attached? Do I need to true the wheels.. adjust the guide.. brakes?