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Old 03-20-17, 12:37 PM
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What type of bike is this!?

Im going to buy a bicycle and i want to learn more about it but I don't know what type of bike it is.

Can someone please help me and if anyone knows a bit of information about it can you please tell me thank you
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Old 03-20-17, 12:48 PM
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looks like a BMX to me; but I am not into BMX bikes.
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That's not a BMX
that's a child's bike

you can tell because the saddle is up high, and the toptube has that bend in it to improve standover clearance
an actual BMX wouldn't need a standover bend, because the frame itself would be so small and with a seattube so short that it wouldn't even matter. (BMX bikes' saddle heights aren't meant to allow full leg extension)

Also, it has a front V-brake, a BMX would use a caliper or U-brake, and route the cable through the headtube, not free out front like that. Because Bar-Spins.


Anyway, unless you're buying the bike for a child, or unless you're an exceptionally short person; you probably shouldn't be buying that child-sized bike.
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my best advise... don't buy that particular bike... it's a piece of junk. Save up some more cash, and buy a much better bike that you will enjoy.
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Looks like a lightweight, comfortable workout bike.
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Get the Schwinn Sting-Ray instead.
That's a really cool bike for a kid.

https://www.amazon.com/Schwinn-Lemon...ef257d8029b48e



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ofc its bmx
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