Hi everyone, I am selling a 2006 Giant Alias Mountain bike. I'm also selling a mounted kids which can be attached to the rear of the bike as per picture.
Reason for selling is, my 2 boys have grown up and if they tried to sit them in the kids seat now, I reckon they might get stuck!
ALUXX FluidFormed™ alloy w-integrated gusset & head tube + XtC geometry
Fork Rockshox Judy J2 100mm hydraulic damping
Brake Levers Hayes Sole
Brakes Hayes Sole hydraulic w/6” rotors
Shifters SRAM X-7 27 speed trigger shifters
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore 34.9
Rear Derailleur SRAM X-7 9 speed
Bottom Bracket TruVativ Giga Pipe SL ISIS splined
Crankset TruVativ Comp G 9sp. 22x32x42T ISIS splined
Chain Shimano Deore 9 speed
Handlebar Stem Easton alloy
Handlebar Alloy low rise
Hubs Fr: Formula disc | Rr: Shimano M475 9sp cassette disc
Cassette / Freewheel SRAM PG950 9 speed 11-34T
Rims / Wheelset Alloy double wall disc 26” x 32H
Seat Post Easton Alloy 30.9 micro-adjust
The kids seat:
Topeak baby seat with bike mounting rack
For bike and baby seat $475
For bike only $425
For seat only $60
Am preferring to sell the bike and seat as one.
Forgot to mention that the bike is good condition and has always been seviced and kept inside.
Not familiar with MTB sizing, is a 21" a large frame?
I am after a bike to keep at the Shack and this could well fit that criteria.
I took some measurements, from the front tip of the seat to the middle of the handlebars, 59cm and from the tip of the seat to the middle of the cranks 76.5cm (adjustable through seat post going up or down)
it looka a neet tidy bike from the photos
a 21" MTB would be the equivalent of a bigger road bike 22-23"
there is one one way to see of it fits you
Forgot to add, comes with a basic bike speedometer as well
21" is quite big, I am more a 16-18 I am told and as per road bike, it easier to make a small bike fit than a big bike smaller.
I think 21" is an XL in MTB sizing, 15" = S , 17" = M , 19" = L , 21" = XL , 23" = RFB.
Dang - have run out of money this month - looks like a great deal
would have been handy for the 'muddies mountain bike adventure'