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    Beginner's dirt/street BMX

    I have been looking at these bikes -

    Hoffman 900
    Hoffman Flow
    WeThePeople Nova
    Huffy M-80
    Mongoose Brawler
    Haro Backtrail X2

    Sorry but I don't know much.
    What would you recommend? Those bikes are all between 200 - 230, what that is in USD I'm afraid I have no idea.

    The bike will get used for dirt and street. Plus I am very small so if it comes to it a lighter bike is preferable.

    -Zander
    Last edited by Zander; 06-01-03 at 01:41 PM.

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    i wud get the moongoose

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    Depending on your main usage and availability on tools I would get the Hoffman 900. Same bike as the Flow but comes stock with axle pegs and a front brake.

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    i'd go with either one of the hoffmans because they are reliable bikes and u also dont quite get the "poser" look of haro i have no opinions because the lack of knowledge on the other bikes.
    are you serious?

    NO im kidding.....

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    soend extra and go buy a S&M
    no that would be awesome but the backtrail are good bikes the X3 is 32.6 pounds alex rims with 48 spokes 3 pc crank idk it is a good bike
    live and let die

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