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    Cool-blue Rhythm KHE 24's

    I didn't see these at Interbike but QBP is importing them for 2009.

    The Pygmy (Estimated MSRP $530)



    Pygmy Pro (Est. $1,800)...Wow!


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    nice marmot.
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    looks promising... didn't see any geometry info on their website though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by newagebiker
    any idea who will be selling them in the us or canada?
    Any bike shop that has QBP set up as a distributor.

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    any idea who will be selling them in the us or canada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    Any bike shop that has QBP set up as a distributor.
    i'm sorry, but i have no idea who QBP is.

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    It's a distributor... Go to a bike shop. They can order it.

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    Pretty sick looking bike, a little too flat looking for me.

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    yeah, QBP= quality bicycle products. virtually every shop ever uses them to get parts and accessories. they also frames (and bikes) from people like surly, bmc, salsa, and about a dozen bmx brands, including eastern, stolen, and KHE
    mtbr says you should know: i work in a bike shop.
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    now I'm not up on BMX parts, but what on that bike could possibly be worth 1800, no gears no suspension, no hydraulic brakes, unless the frame and fork are hand welded by some BMX guru, and every axle and bolt is titanium.

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    German made frame, every single piece is aftermarket. The welding on the KHE's blows all other BMX companies away.

    We just had to do an insurance estimate for a guy riding a Fit. His company gave him a check for $2,400. We built him up an FBM worth about the same as the Fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Agency
    German made frame, every single piece is aftermarket. The welding on the KHE's blows all other BMX companies away.

    We just had to do an insurance estimate for a guy riding a Fit. His company gave him a check for $2,400. We built him up an FBM worth about the same as the Fit.
    man do i ever wish i had 2400 for a bmx. or even any bike for that matter.

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    The Pro is also 23.45 lbs (minus pegs). Very light for a cruiser.
    Chainstays look LONG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingduck
    The Pro is also 23.45 lbs (minus pegs). Very light for a cruiser.
    Chainstays look LONG.
    its a cruiser, not a 24 mtb.

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    15.9" According to one place I found....
    If this bike had:
    22" TT
    14.5" chainstays
    It would be near perfection.

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