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Old 11-04-05, 05:58 PM   #1
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I'm thinking about a 20 incher...

I dig my cruiser, but I'm thinking I might get a 20 incher. *hmmm* THe wife will freak if I get ANOTHER bike. I got several already, plus everyone else in the family has bikes. The garage is fulll of em. But I rode my son way to small for me Redline Expert and it think a nice light 20" race bike would be alot of fun. To bad they don't make a 22".

You've riddin both, what's your opinion of jumping on them? Aside from tricks, just jumping.
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Old 11-04-05, 07:03 PM   #2
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Let me introduce you to the macneil deuce deuce.

http://www.extremesports.ltd.uk/bmx/product67-579.htm
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I'm think that he meant 22" wheels, not a 22" top tube.
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Old 11-04-05, 09:17 PM   #4
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I'm think that he meant 22" wheels, not a 22" top tube.
You are correct. But that bike is probably the right size for me though.
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Don't bother. I got a 20" bike, and it's rained every day I had free time to ride.
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I prefer 20" for jumping.
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Don't bother. I got a 20" bike, and it's rained every day I had free time to ride.
Well, I don't want it to rain. Think I'll wait then.
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