Old 05-07-18, 04:41 AM
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I'd just get one and ride it. Make sure the tire pressure is at the maximum rating on the tires.

Choose one with 36 spokes if possible.

When riding, be careful of what you run into or run over. No hopping curbs, either direction.

Keep up on the maintenance of the bike, and be aware that some parts may wear quicker for you. If wheels go bad, get some new custom ones made with quality spokes.
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