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McKenzie32

McKenzie32

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new to bmx... post #1
ok i don't know where to post this but im trying to find a used bike thats cheap (a haro or a diamondback) theres a diamondback grind for $100 but i heard it isnt very good for tall people. im lik 6 foot 155 lbs and still growing
 
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Eight Thirty

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new to bmx... post #2
no1111111
 
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VDUBBINX1DLX

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new to bmx... post #3
well whats the top tube lengh? im 6'4, my bike is about 20.5, and i feel comfortable on it
 
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stolenwrap69

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new to bmx... post #4
use it as a starter bike
 
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jfd92

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new to bmx... post #6
those are 1pc cranks? i cant even tell in the pic.
i have one peices, theyre fine i guess, but once i can ima upgrade to a 3 pc
 
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iGamble

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new to bmx... post #7
Good starter but it won't last long with heavy use!
 
McKenzie32

McKenzie32

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new to bmx... post #8
what do u mean by crank?
 
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LordBanks

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new to bmx... post #9
Its the bit that the pedals are bolted into, 3 piece are better, but 1 piece are fine for starting out, bit more fiddly, but only when you start going big and whatnot.
 
AmericanFear

AmericanFear

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new to bmx... post #10
Its the bit that the pedals are bolted into, 3 piece are better, but 1 piece are fine for starting out, bit more fiddly, but only when you start going big and whatnot.
yeah i remember the first bike i had was a haro revo w/ one piece crank. it was awesome for a starter bike
 
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LordBanks

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new to bmx... post #11
Also, for you weight weenies, a lot of low end stock 3 pieces are way heavier than some 1 pieces.
 
AmericanFear

AmericanFear

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