Gary Fisher

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Just bought a new Gary Fisher Nirvana.hybred type,changed out the stock tires to Seca fps tires,and the adjustable neck to a fixed rise height,and of course BMX pedals,the set up from local shop was fair,went home and set up better (experenced shop mech),,for $440.00 I thought it was a nice angle from the Trek family,good quality bike for the money..BL
 
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Nice get. I rode a GF Aquila mountain bike for 4 years. I loved that bike. I still have the frame. Here's a pic of my old GF Aquila.  -
 
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I had a '91 or '92 Gary Fisher MT Tam that I really enjoyed. It was stolen a few years ago...
 
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I ride a Gary Fisher Zebrano hybrid with well more than 10,000 miles on it. It is rough now, but it has lasted for 12 years. It still is my only bike. Chris
 
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Brand new Fisher Cobia owner. I've yearned for a Gary Fisher bike for 5 years ever since college. My own expectations for a medium priced mountain bike were met and surpassed by this one. The biggest thing with a Gary Fisher is the support of the local bike shop. Mine had to make the trip back once in the four monthes I owned the bike for disc brake adjustment. Does anyone here know how to adjust an Avid BB5 disc brake. No complaint on the bike or shop, but I would like to know how to do it at home. Thanks
 
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Does anyone here know how to adjust an Avid BB5 disc brake. No complaint on the bike or shop, but I would like to know how to do it at home.
Maybe read the illustrated manual.
 
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