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Northrock Bikes $264.99 YVR DT

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[Costco] Northrock Bikes $264.99 YVR DT

XJ24 264.99 and GS24 249.99

Vancouver downtown

Get it while it’s hot
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please put Vancouver only in the title.
Most of us don't live there.
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That's a great deal!
I am surprised they marked them down with them selling so fast. I just bought the GS24 in store a few months ago for $279, the blue XJ24 was also $279.
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Thatdealguy wrote: please put Vancouver only in the title.
Most of us don't live there.
Neither do I
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Are these mountain bikes?
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danascully wrote: Fake mountain bikes yes
Don't take this to your next BC Bike Race, but I bought one and think that it is a perfectly adequate bike for commuting, going to school and dirt trails, which is the kind of thing that most kids will use this for.

I would estimate these are equivalent to bikes costing 400-500 from manufacturers like Trek.

It doesn't compare to my Cannondale Scalpel, but at $265 it is a good deal.
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danascully wrote: Fake mountain bikes yes
Since most people riding them are fake mountain bikers anyways this bike will do just fine.
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etodac wrote: Are these mountain bikes?
From what I can tell, they don't have front suspension. So, I'd guess the geometry is more akin to an urban / hybrid commuter than a mountain bike. In this price range, it's actually better that they don't have a front suspension as the fork would be extremely low end, offer limited in functionality, and be very heavy. Unless you ride rough terrain, rigid bikes are preferable in my experience.
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The bike snobs here are trash. These are excellent kids bikes.
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Damn only kids bikes in my store (149st Edmonton)
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PanchoVilla wrote: Since most people riding them are fake mountain bikers anyways this bike will do just fine.
You think that most kids are fake mountain bikers, as in these 8 year olds are all trying to trick you into thinking they are mountain bikers when they're not?

What a narcissistic imagination.
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danascully wrote: Fake mountain bikes yes
Bud it's a 24" kids bike, relax. Your kid has a Santa Cruz for cruising the hood with the homies, eh?

If your kid needs a real mountain bike, you certainly aren't hawking around at Costco for a sub-$300 bike lol. These are great bikes for kids to rip around the neighbourhood or bike trails.
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