Beginner's bike flatland/street

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FOL

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #1
Hey there,

I'm not only new to these boards here, but also to the world of BMX. I've read some sites and saw some examples and found out flatland and street attract me most. What is a decent bike which can be used for both flatland and street? Or is not smart to get one bike for these two styles?

My budget is enough, but I would prefer something around 300 euro (335 dolar) would be a nice limit :)

ohyeah if it does matter (alot) I'm 190 cm and around 75-80 kg

Thanks.
 
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Rancid

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #2
I would go for either:
>>> Mongoose Importan
>>> WTP Daredevil
>>> Twenty Model
>>> Fly McGyver

:)
 
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infantry43RIDER

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #3
the daredevil looks pretty good for those 2 types of riding...
 
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FOL

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #4
hey thanks for the information guys.

I checked:

http://www.hangloosebmx.com/store/complete.htm

there are two types. The WTP daredevil 2k3 and the other which is too expensive. so this is the bike you are talking about?

http://www.hangloosebmx.com/store/detail/wtp-daredevil03.htm

hmm even a dutch shop, great :D
I'll wait some more opinions and if more people conirm it as a good bike than I'll purchase this one at the end of the week :)

which I find odd as well is that you se4e the wires of the brakes, how is a barspin possible with it then?
 
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leon_luxton

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #5
also a WTP PONY is good for flat and street
 
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FOL

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #6
already got it, as you could read in the other thread ;)
 
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leon_luxton

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #7
yep its cool
 
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gt_thumps

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #8
yeah that sounds good. you can do barspins still cause it has a gyro. does that answer your question. when you get the bike. just look at the brake system and youll figure it out.
 
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FOL

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #9
yeah I noticed, pretty nice brake system :)
 
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bike-king101

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #10
Just out of question, do they have Dynacraft bikes (e.g. Magna, Next, Vertical) in europe? if not then i am no help
 
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FOL

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #11
I already got a WTP pony pro for a while. But this topic is probably a sticky for a "good street/flatland" bike in general. So....
 
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Pyro insaine

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #12
If i were you ideget a volume mid frame @ danscompand costome ur parts
 
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infantry43RIDER

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #13
dont' exactly have to be a midget just because the frame is 19.5.
 
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StandardOX

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #14
Buy a DK

Either a Cleveland or a Dayton.
 
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leon_luxton

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #15
:D buy a frame that is stong and has a short tt 8)
 
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infantry43RIDER

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #16
what was the point of that.

what was the point of this.

just kill me.
 
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casperh

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #17
let him be banned
 
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Devourment 138

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #18
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casperh

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #19
well, if he wants to be killed you can better ban(n?) him than kill him... looking at his post-quantity banning will be worse than killing him
 
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infantry43RIDER

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Beginner's bike flatland/street post #20
nah.
no it wouldn't.

why does everything have a comment about how many posts i have...sorry that i keep in touch with bmx... :roll:
 

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