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Old 11-12-05, 08:17 PM   #1
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Street and Park Bike

from my bros words.

Ok so some bikes are labeled as Street And Park.So my bro was wondering if you can use the Park bikes for street and the street bikes for park. Does it even matter? like the DK Six and Four pack are labled as Park.So can you use them as street too. The DK Dayton is labled as street can you use it for park.
When i say park i mean Skateboard parks of course.
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for a beginner it doesnt really madder,theres basically the same bikes,but i think street are built a bit heavier to take more of a beatin
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It hardly matters even at the pro level.
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its just 1 pound of difference
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its just 1 pound of difference
Just put some carbon headset spacers on it, that'll lighten it right up.
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Old 11-12-05, 08:37 PM   #6
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no what i mean is 1 pound doesnt matter.
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Man,1 pound doesn't madder
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Sorry, I forgot my </SARCASM> tags. Silly me.
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what i just said. Can i get some more replies supporting the topic and the first post.
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what i just said. Can i get some more replies supportig the topic and the first post.
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what i just said. Can i get some more replies supportig the topic and the first post.
What more are you looking for? The answer is unequivocably YES, you can use street bikes for park and park bikes for street. NO, the differences between the two are blurry and often negligible.
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sorry it double posted again.
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Just put some carbon headset spacers on it, that'll lighten it right up.
and while your at it drill holes in your frame, forks, bars and take off you grips becuase there heavy, and get Ti stem and crank bolts and axles along with your Odyssey Junior seat to go inbetween your buttcheeks cuase of its extreme lightness...and dont forget the method of taking of the vavle caps on your tires and shaving bar ends and cutting you seatpost and sterrior tube and droupouts and you can even take off your front wheel and just manual everywhere in order to lose weight!


wow so many options
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True! i've done it many times... lol flicked out my front tire and manualed everywhere?
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I actually agree with hypersnazz here. It doesnt matter.
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and while your at it drill holes in your frame, forks, bars and take off you grips becuase there heavy, and get Ti stem and crank bolts and axles along with your Odyssey Junior seat to go inbetween your buttcheeks cuase of its extreme lightness...and dont forget the method of taking of the vavle caps on your tires and shaving bar ends and cutting you seatpost and sterrior tube and droupouts and you can even take off your front wheel and just manual everywhere in order to lose weight!


wow so many options
i think hed be better off drilling the holes in his head, or remove one of his legs so he could never ride a bike and discrace the bmx world, or maybie even shave off his fingers so we dont need to listen to him anymore.
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Old 11-13-05, 04:31 PM   #17
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i think hed be better off drilling the holes in his head, or remove one of his legs so he could never ride a bike and discrace the bmx world, or maybie even shave off his fingers so we dont need to listen to him anymore.
a little graphic arent we?
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a little graphic arent we?
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and as for mr "I SUCK AT BMX"

i was being sarcastic....dont take things so seriously...why dont you spend more time learing how to do a bunny hop instead of posting bull **** to people that are 10X better than you

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Just put some carbon headset spacers on it, that'll lighten it right up.

2 spacers will make it twice as light.
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2 spacers will make it twice as light.

lol thats funny ****
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and as for mr "I SUCK AT BMX"

i was being sarcastic....dont take things so seriously...why dont you spend more time learing how to do a bunny hop instead of posting bull **** to people that are 10X better than you
im talkin about bmxz or whatever the hell his name is or the other 50 of his names. im just so sick of him asking about 3 different bikes a day and stupid questions. you were saying he'd be better off drillin holes in his bike. i was sayin he'd be better off to drill them in his head. trust me, i dont have a problem with you what so ever. im just sick of some 11yr old makin new accounts every 10min askin the same question in everyway possible, and now pretending to be his brother.

and insulting someone 10x better than me, i was insulting an 11yr old who probably couldnt tell you whats the difference between a sprocket an his own behind. a highly doubt in any way what so ever that he is 10x better than me.
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i think hed be better off drilling the holes in his head, or remove one of his legs so he could never ride a bike and discrace the bmx world, or maybie even shave off his fingers so we dont need to listen to him anymore.

come on Ex, i got a PM for mentioning reproductive organs and this gets nothing.
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i feel like you should just ban BMXZ...every thread/post he makes just starts new people e-arguing
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he's been banned twice
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It's more than twice. We legally can't let someone under 13 post here.
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