2010  Gary Fisher  X-Caliber
Bicycle TypeMountain bike, front suspension
MSRP (new) $1,589.99
WeightUnspecified
Sizes SM (15.5"), MD (17.5"), LG (19"), XL (21")
ColorsMatte Black
Item ID20533

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Frame & Fork
Frame ConstructionTIG-welded
Frame Tubing MaterialPlatinum Series 6066 butted & Hydroformed aluminum
Fork Brand & ModelFox F80RL 29, 80mm travel
Fork MaterialG2 51mm offset
Rear ShockNot applicable

Components
Component GroupUnspecified
BrakesetAvid Juicy 3 Hydraulic w/185mm Rotor front/Avid Juicy 3 Hydraulic w/160mm Rotor rear brakes, Avid Juicy 3 levers
Shift LeversSRAM X.7 Trigger
Front DerailleurSRAM X.9
Rear DerailleurSRAM X.7
CranksetShimano M521, 22/32/44 teeth
PedalsNot applicable
Bottom BracketShimano BB ES25 Octalink
BB Shell WidthUnspecified
Rear Cogs9-speed, 11 - 34 teeth
ChainUnspecified
SeatpostBontrager SSR, 27.2mm diameter
SaddleBontrager Race
HandlebarBontrager Race Big Sweep, 620mm x 12d, 31.8mm
Handlebar ExtensionsNot included
Handlebar StemBontrager SSR OS
Headset1 1/8" - 1 1/2" semi- integrated

Wheels
HubsShimano M525
RimsBontrager Duster 29", 32-hole
Tires29 x 2.10" Bontrager XDX 29"
Spoke BrandUnspecified
Spoke NipplesUnspecified

Years this model was made:

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Reviews Reviews

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bradwat5
4/28/2011 2:20:31 AM
More than 1 year
Solid RIg
Pros: Comfortable on long rides Solid componentry Great looking Fast
Cons: Frame Creaks a lot Shimano M525 Hubs not all that sturdy
Comments: Love this bike, but have a few little gripes. The brakes squeak like a squirrel being choked out and have done that from day 1. Frame creaks a ton. In fairness, I've crashed this thing a ton (4 broken ribs and a shattered helmet) and it holds up well, but it's always the little bumps that do in the rims or hubs. Great climber, really stable on descents. I'm 6ft 3in and ride on a 21in frame and it's a lot of bike, so it's not that easy to throw around in some of the more technical stuff, but it's a 29er and that's not it's bag. Love the bike and would definitely recommend.

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