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    wethepeople bikes

    hey i am looking at buying a wethepeople 4 seasons AM bmx just wondering if they are good for street riding

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    i think any wtp bikes are good but i wouldnt know if there good for street
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    yes, a good friend of mine has been abusing one for several years now, so I would say they are good!

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    ya I just looked at your bike on their website,

    http://www.wethepeople.de/2004/product.php?nr=59

    and it looks like it wouldnt be good for street. Just because, #1 it has no gyro or detangler, and #2, maybe it's just me, but I hate bikes with hard unpadded seats, especially when you land hard and maybe happen to land on the seat, that bike looks like a racing/jumping bike, that's why it only weighs 30 point somethin pounds. I don't know if anyone agrees, but thats my opinion.
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    sweet i have heard that WTP make really good quality bikes though might look at the other bikes they offer

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    yea that one has no gyro or detangler like jrt said so u cant do barspins or any tricks that u move your handlebars with, but it's your choice

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    the bike is set up just fine for street riding, a gyro is hardly a necessity right off the bat, and if in the future you decide you need one, its a hell of an easy install.

    looks like a great bike, if you like it, get it!!! If the seat doesnt suit you find an old Haro Mirra seat, they're bigger than some pillows!!!

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    i dont see the front brake cord on it lol, unless im blind

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    lol ya gtta, o and are the new mirra seats that big?
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    not really, they just have a lot of padding

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    cheers for the advice also what is the haro F3 like anyone know

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    they like nice, and are pretty good bikes, my friend has one and its pretty durable.

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