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You could put a disc fork on, but by the time you bought the disc fork and a decent front disc brake, it would cost half as much as that bike is worth new. You would also need a disc-ready wheel in the front. This would probalby bring the cost to 3/4ths of the cost of the bike. You're better off installing good rim brakes (which are essentially on par with ...


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It's slower because of the difference from a road bike; much heavier, fatter tires, limited gear choice. Upright ride position is not aerodynamic. I have a Giant expressway to which I added metal fold pedals, Brooks B67, Ergo grips and Marathon tires. It's for ride to store, short tour ride after bus or train ride or just a fun day on a bike. You can ...



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