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Old 09-03-05, 06:41 PM   #1
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This will be my second bike, I was wondering, I can use this thing fro pretty much everything except flatland and races right? Street, dirt, trails, and stuff? I was going to oder from dans? anyways, This bike is really good right>? any answers would be helpful, thanks
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Old 09-03-05, 07:54 PM   #2
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bump, this forum is sooooooooooo slow.........????????
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Yes, it's a pretty good bike, and yes it can be used for everything. It could even be used to experiment with flatland or racing if you really wanted. It looks like a great bike for a complete, and for the price. It will also be a great foundation for a custom bike, because many of the parts are very good already.
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bump, this forum is sooooooooooo slow.........????????

Don't expect an answer in less than(or around)1 hour and 14 minutes. Since this is a forum about something active, most users on here are not going to sit on the forum all day, they're going to be out BIKING, and it was posted right throuhg dinner time. I don't know about anyone else here, but I was eating at Mc Donalds(my bike almost got stolen in the prosses).

As for your question, it depends how advanced you are. I can't stand most stock bikes personally. But if this is one of your first bikes it'll hold up just fine.
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Old 09-04-05, 09:53 AM   #5
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bump, this forum is sooooooooooo slow.........????????

theres something called time zones
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Old 09-05-05, 08:23 PM   #6
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Yo! I just finished lunch. By the way, it's Tuesday here.
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well sh1t n' p1ss..i though it was friday
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Nope. Lunch time Wednesday now. Roast chicken and a Coke with lime.
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Damn time zones. It's 10:15 here.
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ya dude..i g2g to bed cuz i have school tomorrow...first day at HAP Academy
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