Gary Fisher Zebrano 2002 Hybrid Bike

Zebrano

User Reviews (4)

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jeffsmith   [Jun 07, 2012]
Strength:

I bought this bike new in 2002 for $400, added $160 accessories, more since upgraded some. I used it for trail riding and road as it's a hybrid. It's still going strong, one of strongest bikes I've ever owned, and owned many. I no longer ride off road so looking to trade up to pure road/touring bike, as I don't race. I live in Maine, so roads are rougher than other states, but this GF takes them all. I added suspension seat post, but it's not needed for road work. Shifting is flawless and easiest ever used for hybrid work. Fisher aluminum frame is fast and quiet, and gear down to take most hills in 2nd range. 24 speeds, but feels like more. Over 1000 hours on this bike and no sign of wear. Only replaced one tire so far. Gel seat allows 60+miles w/ little discomfort. I'm doing 180 mile 3 day Trek Across Maine with this, next week, then want to trade up. Anyone who wants to buy this bike, email me "jeffjapan055@gmail.com". I'll let it go for a fair price. Jeff Smith Belfast ME

Weakness:

heavy frame, think it weighs 20+ lbs.

Garry Fisher 2002 Zebrano hybrid, md (52-55mm?) aluminum frame, 24 sp, shimano gear, shifter, brakes. Trade up to road/touring. Will sell fair price. $600 invested in GF, will sell for $300 or b.o. contact ME Trekker jeffjapan055@gmail.com Jeff Smith

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5
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5
richardgozinya   Recreational Rider [Jun 17, 2011]
Strength:

it was a well designed bike very good all around ergonomicaly designed

Weakness:

the fact that it didnt have any brakes when i got itand the rubber was worn out

well i would have to say as drunk as i was when i bought it from this puerto rican guy i was amazed at how good a bike it was very durable you could throw it around in a drunken tirade or not after i sobered up i liked it alot

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4
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5
Parkdale Doris   Commuter [Jun 13, 2003]

Bought the bike for my son and took it for a couple of rides. It's definately an upright ride. We liked the fact that the angle of the handlebar can be changed. The suspension seatpost is also a good feature. Great bike for the money.

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5
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5
Scott Olson   Recreational Rider [Jul 08, 2002]
Strength:

Trigger shift Light-ride Front and seat shocks

Weakness:

None so far

As a new comer to biking, I was looking for a quality bike that was outside of the typical retail store flavor. I was looking for a good entry level hybrid that shifted well, provided a comfortable ride and would work well on street or on the path. I really feel I found it in the Zebrano. After the first ride I couldnt live without the trigger-shift. I rode some other good bikes that had the grip shift and I just really preferred the trigger-shift. The overall feel of the ride and the quiet-quick shifting of the components give me everything I need to have an awesome biking experience. I'm sure as I grow in the sport I will want bigger and better, however for now, I would highly recommend this bike to any new comer who wants a great ride for a good price.

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5
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5
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