Shared January 3, 2019
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Welcome to part three of what I would consider to be the most budget friendly mountain bike worth riding on a trail. In the last episode, I went back to Dick's Sporting Goods to exchange my Nishiki Colorado Comp 27.5+ that I picked up for just over $400. While the bike had a few issues in episode 1, it's held up great since then! I passed the bike along to a high school student I know named Isaac and in this episode we'll be talking through some needed upgrades we made like: the handlebars, stem, seatpost, and brakes!
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