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    Nothing says Merry Christmas to my son like a new Gromhit!

    I've been holding this bike in the garage hidden from view for over 2 years. I finally got to give it to him!
    Happy Holidays all!
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    VERY cool. Merry Christmas.
    I like turtles

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    Super cool! He’s definitely got that “derelict DH’er” look on his face in the second photo!!! Perfect bike!!!
    one by nine works just fine but single speed is all ya need

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    How in the hell did you hide it for 2 years?!?!?

    You in Oklahoma City? If yes, come ride with us.

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    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigHit-Maniac View Post
    How in the hell did you hide it for 2 years?!?!?

    There are areas of my garage where my boys’ curiosity for some reason never wanders, and I still wonder why, since there’s always cool stuff in there. I was able to hide the bike I built up for my older son for a span of about 4 months and not once did his eyes dart over to the section of the garage where his bike was stashed… which is almost in plain view.
    one by nine works just fine but single speed is all ya need

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    I have the Nashbar bike racks, 4 bikes on each and had it on the back side which goes against the garage wall. Since he is 6/7 at the time and the bike is fairly big for a 24", he never even gave it a thought that it was his. I bought it when there was a buzz that the Gromhit was discontinued and there was a flurry of folks looking for one. I found it for less than a grand shipped from Canada to the US new, so I went for it. I have actually upgraded it to 9 speed and used the 8 speed for something else. Now I need a helmet and chest protector then the wait til May!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSabarese View Post
    I have the Nashbar bike racks, 4 bikes on each and had it on the back side which goes against the garage wall. Since he is 6/7 at the time and the bike is fairly big for a 24", he never even gave it a thought that it was his. I bought it when there was a buzz that the Gromhit was discontinued and there was a flurry of folks looking for one. I found it for less than a grand shipped from Canada to the US new, so I went for it. I have actually upgraded it to 9 speed and used the 8 speed for something else. Now I need a helmet and chest protector then the wait til May!
    For Christmas 2011 I bought both my sons Six-Six-One carbon full-face helmets. Chainlove had them for a mere $99 each, so it was a super-unpass-up-able deal. You might want to check them out periodically—I check the site multiple times per day and sometimes there are some great deals.
    one by nine works just fine but single speed is all ya need

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