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#102 out of 519 29er bikes
Brand: Dawes Cycles USA



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  • Guy Tedesco
    *****

    i highly recommend this bike to heavy users, that need a reliable means of transportation.

    Pros
    good start to building a ideal urban/commuter bike. i had to upgrade the wheels and tires though, as the factory rear wheel was badly out of true.

    Cons
    for the money i can't complain

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  • iliketexmex
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    It is a very good bike for the money. It is a perfect "introduce your buddy" bike or "I have kids and a limited budget" bike. Since you're buying online there is no service, you'll need to be ready to some minor assembly and repairs.

    Pros
    Well equipped for the price. So much so that I bought one for my brother in law too. It's a great entry level or even intermediate level bike.

    Cons
    the bike is a little heavy. They put the money in the dérailleur, brakes and fork. The wheel sets aren't high end.

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  • Irongrave
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    Not a bad bike. I bought it as a scratch and dent from BikeIsland.com for a low budget hardtail build. Very few of my components are "stock"

    Pros
    Good frame for the cost

    Cons
    A little on the heavy side and needed to chase a few of the threaded parts of the frame

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  • bosshogg310
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    You can't go wrong with the Dawes Haymaker 1000 for an entry level bike. Sturdy, smooth riding... Shifting is okay. Good disc brakes front and back! And you won't find these components on similar bikes for the price offered... Shipping included!

    Pros
    Good Sturdy bike for the money. Great entry level bike.

    Cons
    I didn't like the Bear trap pedals. They seem a little on the cheaper side. Same with the forks. Bike requires some assembly.

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