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#36 out of 272 27.5/650b bikes
Brand: Motobecane



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  • bikeit420   ✓ supporter
    *****

    Buy this bike if your looking to go full suspension 1 by 12 and don't need a brand name to make you feel better. This bike performs great without the fancy name. The price is easy $1000 cheaper than you would pay for the same bike in a shop. You just need to be able to do your own bike maintenance. It's a no brainer.

    Pros
    Finally ditched the bike with a front derailleur. That alone was a huge upgrade. Love this bike. Once the suspension was dialed in it rode like a dream. Only a few hard rides so far but loving it. Coming from a 6" travel trail bike with 2 by 10. Amazingly smooth shifting even into that huge gear! Handled well under load up hill. I agree the pedals are throw aways. For the money you can't beat the performance or specs on this bike. It is my second bike from Bikedirect.com. First was a fat tire with a Bluto and love that as well. Can't be beat for the price.

    Cons
    Grips are junk along with pedals. If your looking to impress your ride buddies with a brand name, this ain't it.

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  • RadBadDad
    *****

    Mine weighs 31lbs 13oz with tubes,so figure 31lbs or less tubeless. With these specs and components for $2495 from Bikesdirect.com it is an excellent buy.

    Pros
    The aluminum alloy frame is made by Kinesis in Taiwan, in the same factory which makes some of the top brands' top-model frames. Same hydroformed material, same welding, same geometry. Then add the SRAM Eagle 1x12, Shimano XT M8000 brakes, RockShox Pike fork and Monarch shock and other solid, branded components to make an extremely competent enduro; really the best on the planet for the money imo.

    Cons
    The stock pedals are throwaways, as are the tires if you ride on rocks (too light).

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