Bianchi axis, or new salsa journeyman
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    Bianchi axis, or new salsa journeyman

    Good morning. I'm not new to bikes, but the idea of commuting and light gravel riding has become a real interstate of mine. Right now I have the opportunity to buy a 2009 Bianchi Axis for about $400. First, is that a decent price? Second, my other thought is to bite the bullet and go with a new Salsa Journeyman Sora. Any thoughts on bike quality for both, as well as suggestions on which direction you might go?

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    Assuming the Axis is used, that is not a good price. You should try to negotiate at least $150 off that price if not more.

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    Thanks Jetdog. The axis probably has less than 100 miles on it and comes with both flat and dropped bars. I felt it was high as well considering the blue book, but the bike is in great shape.

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