hey,i am new here and just gonns say abit about me.my name is Leon Luxton and i am from england/portsmouth.i ride flatland on my hoffman EP2003 alone.sometimes i ride wid effraim catlow when he aint busy(he is ALWAYS busy though,lol),he is real cool.i have only ever bin to one comp and that was the KOC2003,it was really good.so then.......any1 else from portsmouth or near there???what is it like here??any1 else ride an EP?
thats all.......feel free to email me if ya want.
PS...you can also find me on www.pedalbmx.com
Hey, I am kind of new to flatland. Right now I am riding a redline single X. It's a dirt jumper. I have a back brake and I put four pegs on it. The frame is kind of long though. I want to buy a new bike and i was looking at the 2003 hoffman ep. It was priced at $510 but it has dropped to $382. What do you think? Is it worth getting? I've heard it is great for flatland but that it is so short that you can't do other stuff. Is that true?
is short.but so am i so its PERFECT for me.but cos it is short it us earsier to control so whoever said it is to short is dumb buy an EP...it is well worth it in then end.day smith manages to do pro level tricks on it so i dont see hoiw it can be TO short.lol
nah....i would only use a flatland bike for flatland.a fork wheelie is just a beginner trick whe you are holdin the back end of the bike up when you are kickin the front wheel and on the front pegs
ok, i don't think anyone should care what anyone else rides, where they ride, who they ride with or at what level that their riding has brought them to. just as long as you do ride. lets just leave these forums for talks about real stuff like cassette or freewheel, chromolly or steel, Primo or Odyssey, brakes or no brakes! common you guys all of these recent posts (even mine i might ad, are beginning to sound like a bunch of skateboarders)