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Article posted: 18/09/2013

Depending on what type of rider you want to be and what events you want to take part in, depends on what type of frame and fork you will need to purchase. Hard tail or rear suspension, straight forks or front suspension, aluminium or carbon, they all have different benefits and price ranges, making the decision to buy that little bit harder.



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