I'm looking for a AM/DJ HT with shortish chainstay so it would be easier to do wheelie and manuals, I have extra parts to put the bike up, what's a good one to get. It would be mainly for practice, so cheaper is ok.
I was on my friend's bike and it's ridiculously easy to loft the front wheel, I'm sold.
I've been looking at a few bikes like On One, SC Jackal, C'dale Chase, Scott Voltage(which one)
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Thread: Good AM HT with short chainstay
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