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> The bikes look good, ride well, take a water bottle in the main triangle, and fit close enough to current bikes that they have genuine appeal. Riders I've talked to who owned one had no problem flipping it on the used market no matter what condition it was in.
For some reason people think used Rocky mountain bikes are like Canada's Yeti. I like Rocky bikes as much as anyone else (I spend most of my time on an 18' instinct still), but I wouldn't put them on the pedestal of "ought to command insane used values like Yeti's and Santa Cruz's" ... although, I don't think Yeti and Santa Cruz deserves to have bikes on that pedestal either.
Edit: No mention of an angleset for this puppy? You cost me a square on min-max bingo, Andrew.
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