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    hi ive been given a newish mountain bike its a rhino dual pro.I know its a cheap bike and only need it for me and he mrs going down cycle paths just wondered if the bikes are ok?

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    Not a clue about this brand..

    But... if the wheels are secure, and you've got brakes, what more do you want

    Get out and ride

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    good answer just lubbed bits with oil and wd40 its been sitting in my mums garage for a while its my ex bro in laws bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoons View Post
    Not a clue about this brand..

    But... if the wheels are secure, and you've got brakes, what more do you want

    Get out and ride
    a saddle? gets a tad uncomfortable without one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxvillain View Post
    a saddle? gets a tad uncomfortable without one.
    Nope, you wont need a saddle where were going...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyd View Post
    hi ive been given a newish mountain bike its a rhino dual pro.I know its a cheap bike and only need it for me and he mrs going down cycle paths just wondered if the bikes are ok?
    Great news on the mountain biking and welcome to the joys of endless fun

    I use my bike a lot, as I am very keen mountain biker, no matter what the weather is and love been outdoors...

    I have my eye on the whyte mountain bike, which has very good mud clearance....

    Maybe, we should start a mountain biking group

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    I am also into moutain biking, mostly freeride/downhill!!

    As Spoons said: Just get out and ride!!

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    Should be okay for moderate off road stuff, I would'nt tackle anything major with it though. I managed to crack the frame on my Giant Stonebraker whilst coming down Mt Keen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWildHaggis View Post
    Should be okay for moderate off road stuff, I would'nt tackle anything major with it though. I managed to crack the frame on my Giant Stonebraker whilst coming down Mt Keen!
    Thats cos you didnt read what it said on the tin.... Stonebreaker...

    Not Mountain Breaker Fair play to you though

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