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Old 04-01-12, 07:37 PM
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Best Moutain Bikes Around 500-600$ ?

Hi guys, I know i'm new on this forum ,but i will be more active , i promise . I started doing bike this year, I'm begginer...
What would be the best MTB around 500-600$ ? Also i'm from Canada.
Another question ; What makes a bike good in wheelies?

Thanks for help !
+ sorry i'm french.
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Check this out: https://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...estion-MTB-FAQ.

If you can look around at some shops and try various bikes in your price range, you can get a good feel for what fits and what rides well. The best bike for one person is not the best bike for another, so it's worth trying out a few. You should be able to get yourself a good starter hardtail for that money. Also, any bike can be wheelied if you know how to do it. Short chainstays and high enough bars can make it easier though.
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Originally Posted by Zephyr11 View Post
Check this out: https://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...estion-MTB-FAQ.

If you can look around at some shops and try various bikes in your price range, you can get a good feel for what fits and what rides well. The best bike for one person is not the best bike for another, so it's worth trying out a few. You should be able to get yourself a good starter hardtail for that money. Also, any bike can be wheelied if you know how to do it. Short chainstays and high enough bars can make it easier though.
Thanks And also i'm not gonna be hard with the bike... Only small stunts and few wheelies.
I'm gonna read the rest of the link u send 2morrow , g2g.
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what about this one? How are the components? How is the geometry?
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