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    Supercross S7 XL warning BMX content

    not mtb but a light bmx bike, final weight should be around 16 pounds with brakes, lighter smaller chainring and smaller rear cog

    frame Supercross S7 XL 1198g
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    la vida sigue.

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    No brakes?

    Why do you need knobby in front then?

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    [QUOTE=Curmy]No brakes?
    I will put brakes, I'm waiting for the right one to catch on ebay.

    Why do you need knobby in front then?
    more grip on the loose stuff.
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    Marwi spokes, *****in.
    Keep the Country country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limon
    more grip on the loose stuff.
    I was just surprised that you will take a brakeless setup to loose stuff. Apparently you would not.

    Ain't a street setup anyway, I would guess. Nice bike!

    I want a BMX bike. Now that I can afford a nice one.

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    Yea average bmx bikes are really heavy. A couple of local kids picked up my 30lb dirt jump bike and were amazed at how "light" it was (I didn't try to use any light parts at all in the build). Sweet bike limon, do you race it?

    Oh my dirt jumper is a 26" thought I mentioned it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystagg
    Yea average bmx bikes are really heavy. A couple of local kids picked up my 30lb dirt jump bike and were amazed at how "light" it was (I didn't try to use any light parts at all in the build). Sweet bike limon, do you race it?
    yup dirt jumping bikes you can probably go as low as 25lbs without going to non dirt jumping parts but average is about 33-35lbs and no racing for me this is just for fun.

    Curmy if you get one, supercross frames are the lightest for the money without going custom.
    la vida sigue.

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    Very nice, will be a blast to ride. I had to work hard to get my PK Ripper Team down to 20.5 pounds. It rides great and is way easier to get airborn than my 26 pound Quadangle cruiser. Taking it to the track?
    BTW what handlebars are those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroadie
    Very nice, will be a blast to ride. I had to work hard to get my PK Ripper Team down to 20.5 pounds. It rides great and is way easier to get airborn than my 26 pound Quadangle cruiser. Taking it to the track?
    BTW what handlebars are those?
    the bars are Eastern Titanium and I'll go to the local track but only for fun never raced before.
    la vida sigue.

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    sweet bike

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