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Old 09-03-06, 03:14 PM
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Which bike suits me?!

Hey, I just want buy a new bike, I love ride speed and extreme in woodland and get jump in woodland, but one problem is "my bike", I ride Diamondback Demon, so which BMX bikes suits my style, but its had to be a BMX, as its easy for me to commute on train. I have no idea about BMX as its too many things about BMX.
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Old 09-03-06, 03:42 PM
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Buy a dirt jumping bike like a dk six pack or an S&M dirtbike.

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Yeah, DK 6 Packs had been my ideal bike so far, how about Eastern Element? Is they any good?
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Originally Posted by JaseRowley
Yeah, DK 6 Packs had been my ideal bike so far, how about Eastern Element? Is they any good?
Eastern is crap.

Get the DK its better, even if you think the Eastern is good, the DK is better.
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I hate DK's.
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I've tried them and haven't liked any of them. I like my Fit.
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Mongoose sniper will suit u!!!!!!
 
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the mongoose sniper is **** i have got one and the only stock parts i got left on it are the seat, forks, stem and cranks. thats why i am going to get the Six pack and do it up then it will be way better.
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Because he wants to pretend like he knows something about bikes.

DK makes very nice completes, even their lower end stuff is nice.

Fit only has 1 good complete, the Flow.
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I wouldn't say that... The team is pretty good too, and the pro isn't a bad complete. Especially if you're a beginner.
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Because he wants to pretend like he knows something about bikes.

DK makes very nice completes, even their lower end stuff is nice.

Fit only has 1 good complete, the Flow.
Good joke. I have riding experience on DKs and I dont like them.
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Eastern seems to have really well spec'd bikes for the price range. Don't listen to these haters, they are telling you the completes they would personally ride, but beginners don't need fancy bikes for commuting and such. What sort of price range do you have in mind though?
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Originally Posted by sporkbaggy
Eastern seems to have really well spec'd bikes for the price range. Don't listen to these haters, they are telling you the completes they would personally ride, but beginners don't need fancy bikes for commuting and such. What sort of price range do you have in mind though?
If hes going to get a complete he should get a Fit Flow, or DK 6 or 4 pack.

They will actually last.
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Originally Posted by JaseRowley
Hey, I just want buy a new bike, I love ride speed and extreme in woodland and get jump in woodland, but one problem is "my bike", I ride Diamondback Demon, so which BMX bikes suits my style, but its had to be a BMX, as its easy for me to commute on train. I have no idea about BMX as its too many things about BMX.
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