what flatland bike should i buy?
Hey, new to the forums. i live in pincher creek, alberta, canada but soon will be in lethbridge(for those of you who know where that is). I currently own a "hyper-demo" which is meant for jumping/grinding and is incredibly heavy and i think it's restraining me from doing tricks(i've tried flatlanding on and off for about 2 years now). What is recomended for begining flatlanders?the DK signal looks good, but it's a 1 piece crank, and someone mentioned they bend easy? or does that take a while to happen? any other places i could get a cheap flatland bike?
Oh, for those flatland pro-ish people out there, i'm trying to learn to do a hang-5 on my current bike and when i lean forward and do everything, my right leg swings forward to balance rather than staying back. like forward near my front tire basically as if i could just stand on my pegs and balance more-so that way. any suggestions?
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