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Discussion in 'Observed Trials Discussion' started by P3-boy, Oct 21, 2003.
:? simply put :?
How about more info on yourself, like height, weight, terrain preference, and anything else that would matter
buy my planet x frame.
well, yeah what matt siad, we would need more than "i need a new bike" to give a good suggestion. other than buy my px frame of course
Well I want a bike that i can go on longer hauls with, so i'll go stock i like tire pressure as low as it'll go without going flat, and im 15 and fairly short :hs:
get a Koxx cheat code. it's a great starter bike that will get you ready for longer geometry... like the levelboss. if you don;t need a seat, get a levelboss. if you are short they make a 1040mm and 1065mm wheelbase.
here's the cheat code
buy my fab bike email me for more details :joshers: email@example.com
the cheat code comes in 1065?
Or go all out and get the bike YOU WANT...so you don't have to upgrade...LOL, that's what I did...
Oh how I love when people dig up old threads to repost them...
Skip the cheap chode, the BB is dragging on the ground.
lol.. Why do cheap bikes have inferior geos? Is it cheaper to make the BB lower? Or the chainstays longer. One would think that shorter chainstays would be cheaper as the tubes don't have to be so long.
P.S: Yes. I know they do it to make money. But still... :down:
I spent a few months on a cheat code. Would rather ride that than a woodman...at least its manual-able.
Well, I think it actually may be more to make shorter stays because of the yoke involved. To clear a big tire 1 or 2 cetimeters behind the BB shell, the yoke has to come WAY wide WAY quick. I know some bike companies can't do this at all, but maybe the real cost in short stays is the start up, so they can machine the yokes and what not... I dunno?
cheap bieks have gay yokes, hence: Dremel tool + zoo= michelin 2.5 on an alex dx32