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I have my seat high and I don't care

Old 02-02-07, 09:02 AM
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I have my seat high and I don't care

Almost done with my Heaton!

I'm going to flatland on it so I'm going to leave the seat level with the bars, which are flat bars too.
I can't wait to hear all the trendy kids bag on it.

Pics soon!
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Old 02-02-07, 09:37 AM
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Thats cool, i dont really like flatland. Can't wait to see pictures
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Why would you ride flat with a Heaton?
Or are you trying to ride park and stuff too?
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If you ride flat, then go ahead... although it's pretty stupid to ride flat with that frame.
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Originally Posted by Punx
Thats cool, i dont really like flatland. Can't wait to see pictures
that post makes absolutely no sense
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Originally Posted by mude
that post makes absolutely no sense
It really doesn't.
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I should really get a flatland bike and learn actual flat tricks. I like street but I usually just ride flat and practice stuff...
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Originally Posted by KinetikBiker
Why would you ride flat with a Heaton?
Or are you trying to ride park and stuff too?
Bingo...I wanted a more all-around frame. There is a park locally that we'll be riding quite a bit, and I didn't want a super-short flatland frame.
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Originally Posted by MadMan2k
I should really get a flatland bike and learn actual flat tricks. I like street but I usually just ride flat and practice stuff...
Eh, I could never ride flatland... it's just practicing the same tricks over and over by yourself for a few years before you get half-way decent.
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Originally Posted by irimi
Bingo...I wanted a more all-around frame. There is a park locally that we'll be riding quite a bit, and I didn't want a super-short flatland frame.
I hear that. So you tryna bust out some Catfish-esque moves? Like flatland at ze park?
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Catfish is an idiot.

That said I like his riding.
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