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Hi guys, I'm looking to purchase an entry level to intermediate type hybrid and I've narrowed my choices to a TREK DS 8.2 and a CANNONDALE QUICK CX5. Any advice on which I should purchase and why? Should I be looking at other models instead? Please let me know. :)
 

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Hi guys, I'm looking to purchase an entry level to intermediate type hybrid and I've narrowed my choices to a TREK DS 8.2 and a CANNONDALE QUICK CX5. Any advice on which I should purchase and why? Should I be looking at other models instead? Please let me know. :)
If I was gonna get a bike with a suspended fork, I'd get a 29'er MTB. If I was gonna get a hybrid type bike, I'd get a Cannondale Bad Boy or what I have right now, a Trek FX 7.5.

If you get a Trek FX, you won't regret it. The ride is absolutely unbelievable!

Insofar as your choices are concerned, I always say, "When in doubt, always go with Cannondale"...
 

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I've got a Trek DS 8.4, it's a nice bike for the price I paid new. It's comfortable as any of the bikes this style, I tried a few test rides on different brands and models and like the Trek DS the best. I didn't have a chance to compare a Cannondale though.
 

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I've got a Trek DS 8.4, it's a nice bike for the price I paid new. It's comfortable as any of the bikes this style, I tried a few test rides on different brands and models and like the Trek DS the best. I didn't have a chance to compare a Cannondale though.
looks like I'm going to get a TREK DS 8.4. Tried one this morning and i loved it!
 
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