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  1. #1
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    Questions from a new member.

    Hi, guys

    I'm pretty new to the BMX world. I had a good friend teach me some flatland tricks on his built-up bike before I moved away. Ever sense, I've loved BMX flatland stunts and I've wanted to get a bike like his. I can't remember every single part my friend had, but i do remember the frame's name. It was a S/M SABBATH. He could do Flatland stuff like Bar-spins, indo's and so on, but also he could do back-flips and vert with-out a problem.

    The sabbath frame will cost about $300 and with all the parts needed to make it a bike she'll be around $500 or more! So with that in mind, I've considered taking a whole different rout. I like this Hoffman EP bike that flatlandfuel is selling for $440. Should I break the bank and build-up custom bike or should I go with this complete one?

    Thanks for reading this LONG post. Later.
    Your new member
    C.G.O.

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    if your just starting out, go with the e.p.

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    hey i woild just like to say Pat Schoolen(ownetr of flatllandfuel) is really cool so if ya do buy a bike,buy from him,i have an EP also and it is very good beginner to pro bike so buy it man,its worth it
    leon luxton

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