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  1. #1
    say, by the way...
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    trailriding on a 24" cruiser?

    anyone do this?

    i don't have a 20" bike anymore, but i'd like to get back into riding trails. it seems like it'd be fine, so i'll probably go for it, but i'd still like to know what other people think.

    i'm not trying to be doing any silly tricks or anything, i've always enjoyed rhythm sections more. so... that's my trail riding background right there.

    oh, and this is my first post, so go easy...

    thanks.

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    I've seen people do it in the past (although not in the last three or four years), and I've always thought to myself "just get a longer top tube on a 20-inch". It looks goofy.

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    bmxracer
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    new egypt, some hick town in new jersey
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    i own a gt ricochet hardtail mtb, a cannondale road, and full suspension mtb, a haro tr 2.1, a diamondback viper that i rebuilt painted and rebuilt with lighter parts, a brand new H&H race group race bike, and a eastern metalhead
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    i dont see anything wrong with it. i like cruisers, they're slightly harder to ride cuz of their size, but they're fun.
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    answers to last nights homework you forgot.......$2
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    finally escaping the crap in which everyday holds to get out on your bike.......priceless
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