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View Poll Results: Which one of these bikes do you like/have/want
S&M
5
41.67%
Fit
2
16.67%
FBM
0
0%
Terrible One
0
0%
Federal
1
8.33%
Kink
2
16.67%
Volume
1
8.33%
We The People
1
8.33%
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Which frame is the best (poll)

Old 04-23-05, 07:27 PM
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Which frame is the best (poll)

Which one of these frames do you like the most have/want/like
get your poll on......
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Old 04-23-05, 08:40 PM
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Originally Posted by KinetikBiker04
Which one of these frames do you like the most have/want/like
get your poll on......
i have a Sta frame, it's nice, pretty light. 5 lbs 15 ounces i think. i'm not sure. it's built like a tank. pretty expensive.


i would say either a s&m, a kink or a fit. i heard that s&m and fit are made by the same people. Moeller is the man

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Old 04-23-05, 09:09 PM
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I currently have a fit, and i love it, its not to heavy and not too light.
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Ares... no wait St. Darwin... or ... KGB?

There is no 'best' bike, there are lots of good bikes that are almost identical though.
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i have a fit and its very light but also very strong. 27lbs and i trust my life to it
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There's no such thing as a "Best" frame. Every ride has strengths and weaknesses.
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Old 04-25-05, 07:31 AM
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Originally Posted by BMXTRIX

There is no 'best' bike, there are lots of good bikes that are almost identical though.
no i ment like which one do you like or would want to ride the most...
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I understand, but most riders after being in the sport for a while really don't care. A decent bike is a decent bike is a decent bike. There is no manufacturer I'm sponsored by, so I don't care what I ride. In my world (flatland) I think all the top manufacturers have at least one frame I'd be happy on.

Street is even worse than flatland - almost all the top companies have almost identical bikes! A T1 better or worse than a Standard? No, just different brand names on what amounts to the same product.

If the post is 'what's your favorite' brand, then that's a lot different. But, it just works out that there isn't a best and no company has set itself apart as putting out a unique and better product than the competition.
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Originally Posted by BMXTRIX
I understand, but most riders after being in the sport for a while really don't care. A decent bike is a decent bike is a decent bike. There is no manufacturer I'm sponsored by, so I don't care what I ride. In my world (flatland) I think all the top manufacturers have at least one frame I'd be happy on.

Street is even worse than flatland - almost all the top companies have almost identical bikes! A T1 better or worse than a Standard? No, just different brand names on what amounts to the same product.

If the post is 'what's your favorite' brand, then that's a lot different. But, it just works out that there isn't a best and no company has set itself apart as putting out a unique and better product than the competition.
ohhh ok now i know what you mean......thats what i meant it the question....poll (whatever) ya i get it now...
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Originally Posted by lunchbox
I currently have a fit, and i love it, its not to heavy and not too light.
wait wait wait...i just saw those pics of you riding in the other thread and it looks like you have a redline....what Fit do you have ...or did you lie/want/like Fit**********?
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Originally Posted by KinetikBiker04
wait wait wait...i just saw those pics of you riding in the other thread and it looks like you have a redline....what Fit do you have ...or did you lie/want/like Fit**********?
are you serious?
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