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Chopper Time!

Giant makes some pretty standard road and mountain bikes. I used to own one called the Giant Butte. you can imagine how people read the words... but the latest Giant bike that has caught my eye is the Stiletto. It's a Chopper influenced low rider. Fat tires, high handle bars, harley shapes, gnarly curves and a tilted seat for comfort (hopefully). on a more technical term, it has disc brakes, 7 speed shifters with Shimano Altus derailleurs, 20 inch front and 25 inch rear tires. basically, this is one sick bike, i can't imagine anyone using it though... anyone old enough would just ride a motorbike but i can almost imagine the faces of people when i ride in on my commute to work on this baby... [equipbug]
F04-Stiletto-Blue
www.giant-bicycle.com

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