BMX - Good buy? Craigslist:
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05-16-11, 08:17 PM
I have no idea which is considered a good bmx :p
05-16-11, 08:25 PM
Do some research, learn stuff. Save up for something good, you'll be happier in the end. What are you looking for anyways?
05-16-11, 08:34 PM
I'm not going all out on the BMX scene so I'm not willing to spend over 200 dollars on one. Maybe when I really like the style of riding I'll invest in a better bike. I'm just looking for something to ride to and from places, I'll probably be getting a single speed for college later on but for now I want to ride a BMX and maybe learn few tricks. :) Do you think either one of those is a good buy?
I think between the two of those it's a push. Both have 1 piece cranks and are roughly the same production year. Everything about the pics looks like the difference between the bikes is the $ 15 cash.
05-16-11, 09:38 PM
Are they worth paying 100 dollars for?
Well, you might be able to score a used bike for a few less, maybe even offer less than the price listed. There are rarely used & pricier bmx's in the range you indicate won't pay, slightly under and even just beyond that. Those are probably the best deals when you factor what a LBS sells a new one for that's considered highest end equipment.
05-17-11, 11:59 AM
Diamondback vs FIT vs Haro w/ Diamondback wheels.
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