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#11 out of 165 All-Mountain bikes
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  • McKMtnBk

    I bought my Remedy (2011 21.5") used and saved on the depreciation. $4,800 MSRP new and I got mine for $1,600. Mostly I ride in Jersey and Delaware, but just got back from my 1st trip to Harrisonburg, VA and "Rocktown" really showed me the value of this awesome bike!! Climbs great, hadles better and just soaks up big rocks.

    Plush ride, soaks up all the bumps.
    Great handling
    Point it and go

    Brakes are just ok

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  • revans1961

    The bike rocks. I would buy this again.

    Goes wherever I point it to.

    No complete lock out. I don't really care for the pro pedal. Difficult to dial in. Changed the tires to Kenda Nevegals. Added KS drop out.

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  • Bobeakat

    I have this bike set just like it came from the factory with the exceptions of putting on a Thompson X4 stem and swapping out the rotors for a pair of 8" Magura Venti-Discs (I am a big guy and need the extra stopping power.

    This is the absolute best mountain bike I have ever ridden, and I have ridden a bunch. Titus, Fisher, Jamis, Yeti, and many other Treks. There is just not much that this bike can not do. I had a Fuel EX8 previously and I thought I would give up some climbing ability for the downhill improvement but I can not tell any difference.

    I take 4' drops on this thing like they are nothing and I weigh 260lbs.
    The bike weighs in at 30lbs and I know there are lighter bikes out there but none of them perform like the Remedy ,the weight is worth the reward.

    Plush downhill on big drops and that it still climbs like a true XC bike. You can climb like a mountain goat and still bomb down hill like a champ.

    Stock stem is a little wimpy for an all mountain set up. A little pricey at $5,300.

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