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    HobGoblin X0 Info

    We've got the new HobGoblin X0 info and ordering page up, along with some pics.

    Check it out here at:

    Airborne Bicycles. HobGoblin X0
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    Looks great. I am loving my HG but damn, this one is sweet and is tempting.

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    Schweeet! Yeah, thats my next bike. Must save more money...

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    Airborne should give away a Goblin X0 to the first forum reader that asks.

    Please?

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    LOL.

    It's always nice to have a dream!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyFlyer View Post
    LOL.

    It's always nice to have a dream!
    BDF you're killing that dream for me.

    Joking aside, what a nice looking bike.

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    Mike, you gonna trade up to the XO and get New Guy out on your HG?

    I see it in your future!

    **BRENT**

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    New Guy is not a believer. I'm trying to convince him to buy the XO instead of the bikes he is looking at. A part of me wishes I waited for the XO. Can you fit a 19" frame? . It hurts everytime I look at a pic.

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    New Guy is alm:

    I think the regular HG is probably a great bike for you, and you can always do a wheel upgrade and be in a good spot. Hit me up later, or we'll talk in a few weeks.

    BDF, I ride an 18" Guardian, and was OK on a large sized Niner Air9. Think a 19 would be too big?

    Man, I need a road bike before dual suspension. Hmmmm... Colin would ride a 19.

    **BRENT**

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    The 19 is considered to be a large, so maybe. What are your measurements?

    Jeremy
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