I would advise anyone who is not mechanical, or short on tools, to just take the box w/ your new bike still wrapped up, strait to your local bike shop when you get it.
-The bike is heavy and fast, but feels very sturdy when your abusing it, and that's how I ride...
#1 - The screw heads on front disk break are rounded, and rub the forks as the wheal spins. I used a grinder to slightly shave down the fork.
#2 - The front chain derailer (left hand gear shifter) will need to be adjusted, as it won't work as smoothly as it should, especially considering that its brand new.
#3 - Rear disk brake caliper is WELD mounted to the frame, and its about an 1/8 of an inch off center. You need to completely remove the caliper and adjust 2 of the 4 washers. Take 1 off the farthest rear and add it to the inside. (so when your done you have 1 washer on the rear, and 3 washers closer to the crank)
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