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    Hey my bro wants to know are these bikes good? And what is their website? Do they even have one.

    Here is the bike my little bro is looking for http://bmxtrix.com/images/tech_secti...ith_labels.jpg.

    Is that bike any good at all. Sorry guys he couldnt look at the Specs so he doesnt know.
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    Yeah, Ares frames are great.

    Assuming that you ride flatland.

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    when you say flatland do you mean like no tricks.cuz my little bro will be doing tricks on the bike.He will ride freestyle.

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    LoL Flatland is a style of riding like theres either the following:Flatland,Street,Dirt Jumping,Park/Vert,Racing....flatland is where you have no ramps,its just you and the bike.

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    then that would not be a good bike for my bro

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    what style Does Your Brother want to do?? www.bigboysports.de/BBS-Magazin/bmxwm2004.htm
    If You Click That Link It'll Show you FlatLand Pics,
    I Asume You Know what dirt jumping,Racing,Are....
    Street:is what the word says,out on the street doing tricks
    Park/Vert:in a sk8 park on the ramps like half pipes,etc...
    Street And Vert And Considered Freestlye.
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    *bleeds from both eyes*

    If you're not sure about what an Ares is or what it's for, don't buy it. It's a frame with very specific geometry for a very specific kind of riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmxStreetz
    LoL Flatland is a style of riding like theres either the following:Flatland,Street,Dirt Jumping,Park/Vert,Racing....flatland is where you have no ramps,its just you and the bike.

    i would think that street and park would gop together, not park and vert.

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    if your bro is just getting started...

    it may be a good idea to search around...read a few magazines (like www.Bmxplusmag.com) and go to some mailorder sites (like www.danscomp.com or www.albes.com) to look at bikes....and read up this forum from head to toe in the BMX section....

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