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    specialized p. series.

    are one of these bikes strong/durable enough to handle a clyde?
    6'0 240easy. and not doing anything serious, i don't plan on taking it to my local skate park or anything, just some aggressive street riding.

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    nothin?

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    It's a DJ bike. Built really tough. Overkill unless you're getting serious air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecrazyfinn
    It's a DJ bike. Built really tough. Overkill unless you're getting serious air.
    it's something i'll grow into later... but for right, it'll just be for straight riding on the street.
    think i should hold off, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by l4nd0n
    it's something i'll grow into later... but for right, it'll just be for straight riding on the street.
    think i should hold off, eh?
    If you're just riding on the street, get something like a Kona Dew, Smoke or Paddy Wagon or the Specialized Sirrus or Crosstrail. You want slicks, don't really need suspension and want steeper geometry. The only MTB's that make really good street bikes are the pure XC race machines, once you put slicks on them.

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    maybe you misunderstood... im gonna be doing aggresive street riding, not xc type. like bmx style riding, just don't want a bmx-sized bike.

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    AH, OK. Then yes, the P series is what you want

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    I have an '01 P3 and its a tank ... it'll handle anything you throw at it.

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