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Old 12-08-05, 09:33 PM   #1
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Picking this up tomorrow.



Should have alot of fun with it.
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Looks like the bastard love child of a Haro Backtrail and something out of SE Racing. What is it?
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It's a SE Racing Mauler Xpert.
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Is that the SE Racing "mauler" or what is it. Link to specs please. Looks nice.
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http://www.sebmx.com/2006/bike-detail.asp?id=21
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Congrats...you should indeed have alot of fun with it!
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Kona, how much do you weigh?
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I'm currently a fit 190.

It will be fun, but my cowan will likely still be the work horse of my fleet.
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I'm a big fan of the full cro-mo frame. Don't go too big, and you should be ok. Nice bike, either way.
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I'm a big fan of the full cro-mo frame. Don't go too big, and you should be ok. Nice bike, either way.
If I decide to go really big, I'll be using the Kona.
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Old 12-08-05, 10:21 PM   #11
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If I decide to go really big, I'll be using the Kona.
Of course. I'm looking forward to actually riding my BMX this weekend. Unless the weather goes crap again.
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Excelllent.
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Should have alot of fun with it.
Not bad have fun.
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Old 12-09-05, 09:58 AM   #14
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not too shabby. the forks,bars, and drop outs look weird though.
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that's because it's made by a company that doesn't make freestyle bikes
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nice Dude! have Fun!!!
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whats with the extra slack from the brakes
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