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    Member Jaydub's Avatar
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    Bike for 600 CDN

    I have 600 CDN to purchase a mountain bike.
    I'm planning on using it for beginner trails, dirt jumps, and drops up to about 4 feet.
    At the moment I'm looking at a hardrock sport with disc breaks.
    Just wondering which bike you think I should get and why?

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    Senior Member FreeRidin''s Avatar
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    Right on, go for the hardrock for sure. That was also my first bike and 2 years later I am still using the frame on my freeride hardtail bike. The frame is a little twisted but i guess i abussed it a little to, (like 12ft to flat) but its all good.
    Quote Originally Posted by Killer B
    The way I ride requires the most advanced, toughest wheelset's available.

    Chicago Freeride

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeRidin'
    (like 12ft to flat)
    That must be pinkbike feet.

    "the bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began...there was Cowboy Neal at the wheel of a bus to never-ever land."


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    Senior Member FreeRidin''s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wethepeople
    That must be pinkbike feet.
    lol haha, no its was off my garage. And ok it wasent to flat its was to a 180 kicker, that did ****.
    Quote Originally Posted by Killer B
    The way I ride requires the most advanced, toughest wheelset's available.

    Chicago Freeride

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