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Old 07-16-00, 09:07 AM
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I have a Giant Box Two full suspension freestyle mountainbike, but i can hardly do a wheely on it. I think it's very hard to do on a full suspension bike, am i right??
before this bike i had a normal mountainbike, a wheely was very easy on it also other (easy) tricks...
the giant box two is pretty small(although it's the biggest size). My weight is about 85kilos, so i'm not very lightweighted And i'm about 6 foot tall.
Should I go to the bike shop and get me a BMX? Or do I have to keep trying??
They have only one over there... But maybe they can get more, the one they have is a Giant Oldskool, it looks pretty good and solid, it's pretty lightweighted and it has streettyres, gyro etc... only no axlesteps(or whatever they are called). I won;t do any jumping, only flatland stuff i think.
I hope someone can help me, i'm pretty desperate, lol )

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Old 07-16-00, 12:03 PM
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evil,this is what you do go down to the bike shop with your little mountain bike and sell it!then take that money and by a nice NEW BMX got it.and if you dont know about bmx types etc just ask the guys there.
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I agree with KL2RIDE.
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'tis veel makkelijker op zo'n bmx fietsje man. Doe nie zo moeilijk met en kut mountainbike. BMX!!!
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I agree with KL2RIDE.
You're a decade late.
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