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    Yeah, I got that. Probably didn't come through in...

    Yeah, I got that. Probably didn't come through in my post. ;)

    But agreed. Just leave what's on there. Save the money towards your next bike, or check Craigslist and find something that's still in...
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    They're pretty much the same build...only one is...

    They're pretty much the same build...only one is a 27.5" and the other is a 29er. Decide what wheel size you want, then choose. The 29er's fork might be *slightly* better, but they're both entry...
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    Would suggest putting helium in the tires....

    Would suggest putting helium in the tires. Hydrogen if you want to go even lighter, and you like to live dangerously. :p
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    And you'd be the bike vs fork version of the...

    And you'd be the bike vs fork version of the people who put the $9000 bike on top of their 1980 Ford Taurus. :thumb:

    (I had to look up Lauf because I had never heard of it. That is one fugly, yet...
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    Given that there are several different types of...

    Given that there are several different types of spondys, several different causes, and differing degrees of severity, it's hard to make a blanket recommendation. However, I can say that core...
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    You can exhaust yourself in four days of Moab....

    You can exhaust yourself in four days of Moab. I've done 3-4 day trips to Moab where I've gone HAM, and by the end, I've gotten my ass kicked and am tired enough that I'm 100% satisfied with the...
  7. Hookworm for commuting? Mind if I ask why? That...

    Hookworm for commuting? Mind if I ask why? That tire is a huuuge pig. Very heavy. Though it will be pretty bombproof if "commuting" actually means "airing off every feature you can find between your...
  8. The hybrid will be fine for crushed stone,...

    The hybrid will be fine for crushed stone, cinder, and dirt paths. If you eventually do move on to more technical trails, all it takes is a different stem and perhaps higher rise bars if the stem...
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    If she's 5'3 and you're putting her on a 24" with...

    If she's 5'3 and you're putting her on a 24" with the seat slammed for casual riding and not dirt jumping, she's not fit on the bike correctly. Most likely, she'd be best suited on a bike with 26"...
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    Put the money from the crank puller towards the...

    Put the money from the crank puller towards the bike. It'll be better spent that way.

    24" as in little wheels? Full-suspension 24" bikes are few and far between, and any of the ones worth getting...
  11. ODI Ruffian works well for small hands.

    ODI Ruffian works well for small hands.
  12. Thread: Fork swap

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    It'll slacken the bike, which will make it more...

    It'll slacken the bike, which will make it more stable on downhills but it won't climb as well, and the steering will be slower. There will also be more stress on the headtube...in all likelihood,...
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    No. Don't buy that. I don't know what the prices...

    No. Don't buy that. I don't know what the prices are like in Greece, but you're better off saving up until you can afford an entry level bike at a bike shop. At that point, go try out as many as you...
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    Great report. Nice job, and good luck in your...

    Great report. Nice job, and good luck in your next attempt.
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    Yeah, anything between those two times doesn't...

    Yeah, anything between those two times doesn't work. Ideally you arrive months in advance and acclimate, but since that's not practical for most people, they say that right before is the next best...
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    Altitude is a tricky thing. You have to time your...

    Altitude is a tricky thing. You have to time your arrival perfectly...either RIGHT before the race (like a day or two before), or several weeks in advance (to have time to acclimate, and the...
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    Huffy Ironman Walmart-special. Despite it's...

    Huffy Ironman Walmart-special. Despite it's Ironman name (and the M-Dot on the downtube), it was a mountain bike (or mountain bike wannabe...). Its frame also said it was made of "titanium boron...
  18. I'd suggest paying a little more up front to buy...

    I'd suggest paying a little more up front to buy from a shop, especially if you don't know what you're looking for. Gives you the opportunity to try out as many bikes as possible and find the one...
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    I've found lockout to be overrated. I never use...

    I've found lockout to be overrated. I never use it on my bike that does have lockout, since the fork is efficient enough that I don't really lose that much power, and don't miss it on my bike that...
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    Welcome to Bike Forums!

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    Welcome to Bike Forums!

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    Welcome to Bike Forums!

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  25. Thread: Hi from NY!

    by Zephyr11
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    Welcome to BIke Forums! In order to sell on...

    Welcome to BIke Forums!

    In order to sell on this forum, you'd need a Titanium membership. See here: http://www.bikeforums.net/payments.php
    After that, you could sell in the For Sale subforums.
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