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Old 04-27-05, 01:09 PM
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what is a good race bike

i am thinking about getting a red line what is the best race bike
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There is no "Best bike". Get a Redline if it makes you happy. Practice will help you become a good racer, no matter what biek you get.
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^^^what he said. I have a Redline Flight Pro but it's expensive. Get a Redline that costs around $200.00. Just realize that you won't win your first few races unless you are in really good shape.
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you can buy my haro sx comp

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I race the cruiser version of that bike. Excellent choice, in my opinion.
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^^^what he said. I have a Redline Flight Pro but it's expensive. Get a Redline that costs around $200.00. Just realize that you won't win your first few races unless you are in really good shape.
Thats definatly a good one. Like he said, go for something in the $200-$300 range that has 3-piece cranks and sealed hubs. (haro, redline, dk)
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fbm camaro. thats what i race. it works wonders.
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