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Old 04-28-07, 09:18 AM   #1
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New Bike

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I just got a relatively new bike called Rhino..I never heard of the brand ..can you give me some info?
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Hello Tammy, do you have a photo, or a link? Rhino bicycles would appear to be inexpensive bikes found at Toys R Us, etc.

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Old 04-30-07, 09:09 PM   #3
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Hey

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I'll provide a pic later but it runs pretty good ....how long do they last in general?
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Well, if you don't abuse it too much by taking it off big walls or running it into things, and keep up on the maintenance, it should last a few years . If you enjoy cycling to any degree, you will probably get bored with it before it falls apart, and want to upgrade...

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Welcome, I don't know that brand. If it fits you that's the most important.Seems like you're new,anyway as you gain experience,you'll grow to like the bike and riding more and more.If you "out-grow" the bike,that's ok too,we all get restless sooner or later.You may just want to be riding enough to do so.
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