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Giant Yukon Disc 2010 £299.49 @ Ash Cycles save 19% on a new 2010 model from the worlds biggest cycle manufacturer

£299.49 @ Ashcycles
Great price for a nice bike, the only place on the web where this bike isn't it's recommended retaill price of £375.00
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Great price for a nice bike, the only place on the web where this bike isn't it's recommended retaill price of £375.00
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#2
Different model......
One is Disc brake.
#3
it is indeed cheaper but not the same spec. I posted the disc brake version not the linear pull brakes!!
#4
This is great value. Recently paid £260 for the non-disc version, which was a bargain - would gladly have paid an extra £30 for this!!
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No8
This is great value. Recently paid £260 for the non-disc version, which was a bargain - would gladly have paid an extra £30 for this!!


How do you find the bike overall though?
#6
bagermac
How do you find the bike overall though?


Love it! Very solidly built with some high quality components for a 'proper' entry-level MTB. Decent front forks, good gearing and a superb fluid-formed ali frame that's worthy of a much more expensive bike. The best thing is that it feels so strong and well put together. Only mod I've had to do was to change the grips for a decent pair of Ergons. I've always liked Giant and would highly recommend it for a mixture of leisure/off-road/commuting. As with any MTB, it might be a bit OTT purely for the road though.

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