Mountain Biking - Huh?
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I thought they were all 4-bar.:eek:
08-23-09, 11:53 AM
still, the FS bike is simply a motocross bike without the petroleum-based engine.
with all thus response to extreme terrain, it seems that an FS is just a comfort bike on steroids...(just joshing you).
one day i'll salivate for one of these. but they really are ugly
08-23-09, 01:03 PM
I think it "looks" PIMP.
i admit, i'd rather ride it than look at it;)
but afford it????:eek:
That must have been some export model XTS Moto. Every XTS Moto I've known of, in their 4-year production run from 2003 - 2006 were the familiar plumber's nightmare faux-bars that Ed spoke of:
08-24-09, 07:24 AM
Yep, just looks like a U.K. model. Basic single pivot Bullit clone.
Looks decent, but nothing special. A bit overpriced for what you'd be getting there, IMO. The single crown XTS looks like a fun bike. So does building up the Sabbath frame kit. :)
Wow scrub...according to that site...the frame comes with it's own "upper stanchions":lol:
Yep, just looks like a U.K. model. Basic single pivot Bullit clone . . . Looks decent, but nothing special. A bit overpriced for what you'd be getting there, IMO.Ouch! That is spendy for what it is. Being a Bullit-clone, it at least it stands a chance of being more capable of what it's intended for than the original Moto.
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