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Giant Yukon Fx - Black/Blue

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SR Suntour XCM V3 with Lockout 100mm travel suspension fork. Giant Sport alloy handlebar, stem and seatpost. SRAM X.4 3x8-speed trigger shifters. Tektro Novela mechanical disc brakes. This product does not come with keys for assembly. We recommend that you should purchase a basis Allen Key set.
Gender Unisex
Age Adult
Features The most accurate way to determine any bike
Chain KMC Z7
Rims Giant S-XC2
Hubs Giant S-XC2
Sub-Category Mountain Bike
Fork SR Suntour XCM V3 w/ Lockout, 100mm Travel
Speed 8 Speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM X4, 8 Speed
Stem Giant Sport Alloy
Seat Post Giant Sport, Alloy, 30.9
Expertise Level Intermediate
Shifters SRAM X4, 3x8 Speed
Front_Derailleur SRAM X5
Pedals Alloy Platform
Saddle Giant Performance MTB
Frame Size 21"
Cassette PG820 11x32, 8-Speed
Frame ALUXX-Grade Butted Aluminum, 4" Suspension
Brakes Tektro Novela


A Polyester string will give you more spin, control and durability.

A Synthetic/Natural string will give you more power and feel.

A thinner gauge (17 or 18) will give you more feel and spin.

A thicker gauge (15 or 16) will give you more durability.


Most common tension range is around 55 lbs.

Higher Tension = Better control, less power, smaller sweet spot.

Lower Tension = Less control, more power, easier on the arm.

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