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    Newbie Lady Lette's Avatar
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    bmx noob ((whats a good flatland bike))

    yea im a total noob when it comes to bmxing, i tried skateboarding, but that didnt work too well. i know nothing about bmx but i would love to learn. i think i want to try flatland, any suggestions on which type of bike? im 5'2 (if tht matters) and i need a really light frame, THANKS!
    LadyLette<3

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    Any bike that you would ride is a good bike!

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    We win all charity rides Street rider's Avatar
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    The more chormo the better.
    And weight doesn't matter. In fact, buy a really heavy bike to start out, and then as you upgrade the parts and get better, and the bike gradually gets lighter, it'll be even easier than normal to control your bike and it will feel so much more natural and fluid.

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