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    2Hip forcedown a Flatland Bike?

    is this a good flatland bike? for a beginner?
    http://www.danscomp.com/101838.php?cat=BIKES
    or should i go with dk signal
    Last edited by Howl Black; 08-31-08 at 08:19 AM.

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    Go with the signal.
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    Signal.

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    ^^+1

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    I'd have to say no on this one; the signal is much better. check flatlandfuel too. it's what they do.

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    Hey, um..would the brake cables for rear get in the way when it spins or not?
    barspin? you could do a 360 or would not be able to?

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    its a gyro. of course it wont get in the way. did you really have to ask?

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