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#51 2010-09-02 1:27pm

Legendofjd3
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Re: 24" and 26" DJ/Urban bikes go here.

Thanks... just put some Kenda Kiniption on mine. 26 x 2.3 Awesome in the street now. Rolls awesome!!! Check em out.


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#52 2010-09-26 9:19am

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

What gearing are you guys running on your 26" bikes

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#53 2010-09-26 8:00pm

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

Some killer rides at Interbike this week.This DK and Haro are a couple of my favorites!!


http://i276.photobucket.com/albums/kk7/mnmhowes/interbike00950.jpghttp://i276.photobucket.com/albums/kk7/mnmhowes/interbike13850.jpg


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#54 2010-09-27 11:52am

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Totally digging that HARO  bro, thank you for sharing. I got some new parts for my Haro 26' over the weekend. New Form Cruiser bars, DK Pedals, ODI lock on grips and SDG seat. I'll get some pics and update my ride in the Museum this week. Back to topic that new Haro is bad arse, super duper cool!big_smile

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#55 2010-09-28 5:40am

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

since i cant afford those type, heres a vid of my "get around town" ride


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screw the gov't, RIDE A BIKE!

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#56 2010-09-28 10:19am

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

I recently submitted mine here @ the museum. Check it out.
http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/eastern/41125

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#57 2010-09-28 10:22am

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Rob1 that DJ is EPIC! The Lime Green really sets everything off! I agree with you on the overall ride of these things. Sweet bikes and an effortless riding experience. Beutiful bike bro, great job!big_smile

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#58 2010-09-28 11:19am

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

Since I cant afford one of them, here's a video of a bunny jumping on a bed.


Seriously though, why bother posting a video of your beater three speed in a thread for DJ bikes?


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#59 2010-09-28 11:27am

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

FerretCon wrote:

Rob1 that DJ is EPIC! The Lime Green really sets everything off! I agree with you on the overall ride of these things. Sweet bikes and an effortless riding experience. Beutiful bike bro, great job!big_smile

Thanks!

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#60 2010-09-28 6:43pm

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

lol lol lol lol What the ef is goin on in this thread!!!! lol lol!!


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#61 2010-09-28 7:49pm

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

Here is my Eastern Night Train.  I dont have pic with out me on it.  I got it 3 weeks ago and cant stop riding it and my body doesnt hurt anymore from the hard landings.
http://i629.photobucket.com/albums/uu19/princessoftx/Skate%20Parks%20and%20Trails/Dunlop%20Trails%2009232010/IMG_4146.jpg
http://i629.photobucket.com/albums/uu19/princessoftx/Skate%20Parks%20and%20Trails/Lewisville%20Skate%20Park%2009262010/IMG_4290.jpg
http://i629.photobucket.com/albums/uu19/princessoftx/Skate%20Parks%20and%20Trails/Lewisville%20Skate%20Park%2009262010/IMG_4267.jpg
http://i629.photobucket.com/albums/uu19/princessoftx/Skate%20Parks%20and%20Trails/Lewisville%20Skate%20Park%2009262010/IMG_4352.jpg


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#62 2010-09-29 1:47am

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

Huffyrider, very cool pics!

Here's a couple of me on my Black Market Mob from the past couple weeks:
http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f392/CClineZ06/63006_1609967767213_1176798672_31785169_6861883_n.jpg
http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f392/CClineZ06/33711_472095193754_250698113754_6902196_2849864_n.jpg


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#63 2010-09-29 3:19am

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

Sweet how  does that thing race?  Im about to race my 24 cruiser but would love to try my 26 but the gearing would have to change and the forks.


Chicks dig scars!  So lets ride fellow sprocket jockeys.

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#64 2010-09-29 4:42am

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

How's that track this year? That was always one of my favorites when I was racing the state series.


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#65 2010-09-29 7:04am

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

Those specialized get great reviews.  Is it heavy though?

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#66 2010-09-29 7:59am

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

Huffyrider, I agree w/ you on those hard landings. Much easier on the wrists & elbows.

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#67 2010-09-29 12:46pm

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

2010 Blk Mrkt Malice with an Atomlab Pimp build kit.
http://i496.photobucket.com/albums/rr328/vogold/DSC_0399.jpg

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#68 2010-09-29 12:50pm

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^^^^^ specs in "my bikes". I need to cut the steerer tube down, I left it long so I could play around with the hieght of the bars and see where I like them best.

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#69 2010-09-29 2:59pm

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

tico frank wrote:

Those specialized get great reviews.  Is it heavy though?

The front brake and gears do add some, otherwise its not too bad.


"Whatever you are, be a good one..."

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#70 2010-09-29 4:45pm

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

huffyrider, they race amazing. Do it and don't look back!

Chilly - Heer Park is still pretty darned good.  Those doubles are a blast and they have a pretty cool 3rd straight now.


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#71 2010-09-29 5:15pm

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

OneBigRush wrote:

huffyrider, they race amazing. Do it and don't look back!

Chilly - Heer Park is still pretty darned good.  Those doubles are a blast and they have a pretty cool 3rd straight now.

Send me your gearing info.  I have no Idea what to try.  Thanks.  wink


Chicks dig scars!  So lets ride fellow sprocket jockeys.

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#72 2010-09-30 1:51am

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

PM sent.


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#73 2010-09-30 1:46pm

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

I'm looking at a couple of different DJ bikes.  A 2011 KHS DJ-50 and I've also got a line on a 2006 Felt Jumpshot for $300.

Any opinions?


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#74 2010-10-03 12:04pm

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

Mine that I just built..Transition Trail Or Park. Revolution 32 wheels. Atherton Pro 35mm stem. XTR/XT hydro brake. Answer Pro Taper bar. Intense Micro knobby foldables.  Deity Vendetta cranks. Rockshox Argylle 318 fork. V-sixty magnesium pedals. Chromag Minimalist post. Bontrager youths saddle found in my store which was just the right size.

http://i56.tinypic.com/dwxthd.jpg

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#75 2010-10-03 12:24pm

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

OneBigRush wrote:

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.

+1 cool


Check out "DAD'S PIT BOX"(a thread for dad's w/young racers)

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