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    All Mountain Frame?

    what is a good beginner all mountain or four cross frame?

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    Cannodale prophet 4x or MX, has more gussets and rear thru axel.
    Santa cruz blur 4x or LT
    There should be plenty of other options that can take more punishment from jumping than a lighter long travel bike.

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    Cheesiest
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    Heckler

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    Heckler, and it's now affordable.

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    a tight kick sound
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    Cove hustler!
    Kick arse frame with great geo

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    I racked my brain over the best all mountain bike most of this summer and recently got the Heckler. The only thing I regret is wasting all the time I did and not getting it the first time I saw it. The bike is awsome. Read the review in the latest mountain bike action.Good luck.

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    Congrats CaboWabo, excellent purchase!

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    Just curious, what does a Heckler frame cost these days?

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    The one MBA just tested was only $1584 for an entry level Heckler complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwcet8k
    Just curious, what does a Heckler frame cost these days?
    The SC website has them frame only as low as 887. And full builds at 2535.

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    Depends on how much you want to spend, experiance & type of riding.
    Versus Blitz are awsome, the '06 have needle bearings with zerk fittings for flex free riding. The '05 is your standard sealed ball bearings, Adrenaline has them on sale for $699.

    http://www.versuscycles.com/blitz_detail.html

    http://www.adrenalinebikes.com/store...ES%20ON%20SALE
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    Heckler's are good.
    "If you give up your dream, you die."
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperKat7
    Heckler's are good.
    No, Heckler's are very good.

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    Ok so Hecklers are awsome but Versus is still the best

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