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Old 08-13-05, 10:35 PM
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Okay this is strictly opinion, how do you all fell about redlines. It seems they have some following, but you never hear about them except racing. Feel free to post dumb crap like oohhh redlines suck and other childish stuff, cuz im just curious.( it doesnt beat s&m or fit but i like em)
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Old 08-13-05, 11:40 PM
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Redline makes an on-par line of kids BMX bikes and they still put out some pretty sick race-ready bikes, especially in the Mini and Jr. categories. They also make a handful of worthwhile cyclocross bikes. Their focus is racing where S&M and Fit focus on freestyle. Not comparable businesses.
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Old 08-14-05, 10:41 AM
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Thanks a lot i was just curious
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i ride a Redline.....no racing or anything...just street and stuff....all i have to say is...AWSOME company...AWSOME bike...AWSOME parts....and I DO NOT CARE...what other people say...PERIOD!!!
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Old 08-15-05, 12:11 AM
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Originally Posted by DCdense 88
I DO NOT CARE...what other people say...PERIOD!!!
That's what separates me from you, that's why I have lots of intelligent things to say and useful little bits of obscure information. Because I *do* listen (to reliable sources, not teenage keyboard spew) and then go find out for myself.
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Another company from my hometown; went to school with the owner's kids, rode with one of them, and my brother "Borrowed" 2 nice race bikes when he worked for them. More than 25 years later, still a reputable company when it comes to racing. That's probably the reason you see a lot of guys my age buying their kids Redlines when they first start racing.
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