BMX - best complete bike?
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09-05-01, 01:32 PM
i think that the FIT BIKES bike is the best complete bike made so far, what do you think is the best complete bike?
09-06-01, 03:00 PM
i say there is no best
09-07-01, 06:37 PM
I think it's all about opinion's. I like Haro's. But that's just me. I don't know if it's a good bike or not, but I always wanted a Dave Mirra bike. So, I have one now, and I'm not complaining. The only "bad" thing I can think of is the brakes. I'm gonna get new pads and see if that changes anything. But, I usually dont use 'em anyways.
09-07-01, 07:50 PM
Do you have chrome plated Rims on there? If not those really help with braking....Also learn how to configure your wires to work their best...That helps too
09-12-01, 05:19 PM
THey're not chrome plated. So, I'm just gonna get new pads. I didn't see the pads when they were new, so I don't know how much is worn off. But they do look really thin.
09-12-01, 05:23 PM
Pads shouldnt matter TOO much....It would help a LITTLE but getting chrome plated rims would be your best choice if you have the money.....You could easily get used ones from friends and from some stores....I'm getting some from a friend for 80$ soon...
09-14-01, 03:48 PM
I just moved to this town so I don't have much for friends yet. There is a bike shop in town that sells Haro stuff, but it's mostly Mt. Bike crap. They have a Shredder and a couple racing bikes in there, but nothing special. And they are overpriced. The closest "quality" bike store is 20 miles. I usually go once a month. Sometimes more, sometimes less.
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