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#26 2010-08-26 12:00pm

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

broken digi means i got no pics. i'm hopefully getting a new camera this week and will post pics then. waiting to hear back about the other trailpimp. if i get it i'll have a white and a black one:D...ken....

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#27 2010-08-26 12:20pm

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yikes  Sick ride!!!  Awesome. My type of rider.


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#28 2010-08-26 2:10pm

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Front disc on that and it would be my dream street rider. WOW!!!!! ^^^^^^


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#29 2010-08-26 6:08pm

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Sick S&M.  How do you like having those bars on it?

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#30 2010-08-26 8:51pm

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

tico frank wrote:

Sick S&M.  How do you like having those bars on it?

I like them. The angles feel good too.
I had to slam the stem all the way down and use a drop down stem to get them low enough for me. They felt great at 32" too. But I had to cut them down to 30". I did not want to but the second time racing the bike I got disqualified because someone I was racing complained that my bars were to wide. At my home track too! Sissy way to make the main for sure.


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#31 2010-08-26 9:08pm

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#32 2010-08-26 9:11pm

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Jesus those blk mrkts are fresh.

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#33 2010-08-26 9:28pm

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Is this a bmx site or??


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#34 2010-08-26 9:29pm

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this one is super sick...should have never let it go!!! sad
http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x163/dedmann3/bikes/photo-48.jpg
i rock this cause i dont feel bad about the abuse it takes! great geometry. bunny hops better than any 26" -yes any 26" i've had!!! imo wink
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#35 2010-08-27 1:20am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Just picked up a steel reserve frame,Diety bars and Syncros stem.I think I can get wheels easy enough,but god the forks are gonna cost a fortune!!Love riding front shocks,gottem on my SS Specialized hard Rock.


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#36 2010-08-27 8:22am

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TopPro wrote:

Is this a bmx site or??

Yes it is, but just like the progression from banana seats and curved forks we have moved into a new era of BMX that includes bikes with 26 inch wheels and slightly different geometry. 

Remember BMX stands for Bicycle Motocross NOT 20" or 24" bikes.   

Any other questions?

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#37 2010-08-27 10:09am

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Browsing the Colored Tuffs website yesterday I spotted a 2009 SE Racing 26" DJ Flyer single speed, 400 dollars off even. I didn't realize SE Racing even made one. Check it out, it's sweeeeeet!big_smile

http://www.coloredtuffs.com/shop/index. … uctId=1017

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#38 2010-08-27 11:05am

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Thats a killer deal on the SE!!I havent heard one bad thing about them.


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#39 2010-08-27 11:13am

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I guess you learn something new everyday.  I had no idea about the se bike.   Great price on a complete too.

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#40 2010-08-27 1:07pm

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

TopPro wrote:

Is this a bmx site or??

Yes.  Do you not think my 26" Black Market is a BMX bike?  I've raced one for 2 full seasons and made the main at 22 of 24 nationals between 35-39 cruiser and 40-44 cruiser in the NBL.  There are more and more 26" showing up at the BMX track all the time, especially in the 30+ classes.  They race EXTREMELY well.  Ride one and give it a shot.  I did and never looked back - sold my Standard 24" race bike and built a 26" to race.


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#41 2010-09-01 9:52am

tico frank
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Who else has DJ/ Urban Assault bikes?

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#42 2010-09-01 10:24am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

We love our 26" riders! The 4" bars have become extremely popular with this crew!!

big_smile


Dig out your bashguard bikes and let me know! I'm looking for a '91 Mongoose Hooligan, Dyno Slammer 2, '95 Haro Basher, . I'll consider the others too for the right price!

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#43 2010-09-02 7:56am

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Immortis wrote:

We love our 26" riders! The 4" bars have become extremely popular with this crew!!

big_smile

Post pics bro.

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#44 2010-09-02 8:51am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

FerretCon wrote:

Browsing the Colored Tuffs website yesterday I spotted a 2009 SE Racing 26" DJ Flyer single speed, 400 dollars off even. I didn't realize SE Racing even made one. Check it out, it's sweeeeeet!big_smile

http://www.coloredtuffs.com/shop/index. … uctId=1017

Been toying with the idea of getting one of these. That's a great price too! If only I didn't have a custom 20" frame in the works right now. neutral Someday...


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#45 2010-09-02 9:47am

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

tico frank wrote:

Immortis wrote:

We love our 26" riders! The 4" bars have become extremely popular with this crew!!

big_smile

Post pics bro.

I don't have the pics available at the moment... but you can find them in our online store at:
www.immortisbmx.bigcartel.com

There are 4" rise Faust Bars (2-piece) and the 4" rise Bucket Bars (4-piece) that many 26"+ riders have really taken to!


Dig out your bashguard bikes and let me know! I'm looking for a '91 Mongoose Hooligan, Dyno Slammer 2, '95 Haro Basher, . I'll consider the others too for the right price!

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#46 2010-09-02 11:56am

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So excited to of picked this up for $200.

http://i51.tinypic.com/scq79t.jpg

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#47 2010-09-02 12:20pm

tico frank
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Those specialized P models get great reviews too.

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#48 2010-09-02 1:02pm

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Great score for 200 bucks homie! Is that an 8 speed?big_smile

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#49 2010-09-02 1:06pm

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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

FerretCon wrote:

Great score for 200 bucks homie! Is that an 8 speed?big_smile

Thanks. yeah 8 speed.


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#50 2010-09-02 1:14pm

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F'in AWESOME! I love my 8 speed, just getting ready to shop for some new tread. Trying to alleviate all that drag on the concrete from the burly tires that are on it now! 200 bucks is a steal bro, killer score!tongue

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