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    My Walmart bike......

    Is better than.......

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    A bowl of ramen noodles..... Accually they handle trails about the same!
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    Ya'll just don't get it cause your snobs and elitists and reading comprehension is not your thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ae111black
    A bowl of ramen noodles..... Accually they handle trails about the same!
    You, sir, obviously do not know the powers of Ramen.

    Light, fast, and cheap, you can have all three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPark
    Is better than.......
    < towlie>getting high< /towlie>

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    Love it...

    ...it's been a little slow with noobs and their XR 200s and Blackcombs so we go artificial.
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    The point of this thread is?
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    My Walmart bike....

    Is better than the average Walmart bike


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    Serious?

    Quote Originally Posted by A from Il
    The point of this thread is?
    To act like the elitist snobs we are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ncblue
    Is better than the average Walmart bike


    You mean the RD hasn't jumped into the spokes, the frame hasn't snapped in half or a wheel taco'ed while jumping off a curb, nor has the bike generally exploded right under you??
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    Not yet, but according to everything I've read, I expect any or all of those things to happen any minute now.

    I rode a total of 8 hours last weekend with not so much as a squeaking brake pad. I must be from another planet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malibu412
    To act like the elitist snobs we are.
    Speak for yourself. I dont care what you ride. Just ride.
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    Be careful out there ...

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    My Walmart bike...

    ...is better at acting like a bike than some people's ability to recognize sarcasm. Huh?
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    Warning sticker on a walmart bike sez do not exceed 10mph and onroad use only !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.M.S
    Warning sticker on a walmart bike sez do not exceed 10mph!!!
    Does that mean if you don't buy a speedometer, Walmart is not liable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by C.M.S
    Warning sticker on a walmart bike sez do not exceed 10mph and onroad use only !!!
    Try staying within those guidlines going downhill. It ain't easy, my friend. Lucky for me the front wheel wobbles so bad I can't go much over 10mph anyway....
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    Another WARNING sticker i noticed is " Remove the "offroad" tires that came equiped and promptly replace with road tiers . "Offroad" tires might give someone the wrong idea !! And SERIOSE injury's may occur ..

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    Sir let me spell check that for yah. Serious. There better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ae111black
    Sir let me spell check that for yah. Serious. There better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.M.S
    Another WARNING sticker noticed is " Remove the "offroad" tires that came equiped and promptly replace with road tires . "Offroad" tires might give someone the wrong idea ! And SERIOUS injuries may occur ..

    Got it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Be careful out there ...

    This is just awsome

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Be careful out there ...

    I don't see a helmet.....Is that the OP of the "Cheap Bike" thread?
    Originally Posted by Vtolds/Dremer03---- "assume any bikes left unlocked and unattended are free to take"

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    The bikes at Wal Mart are kind of icky

    But there are some cool looking bikes at Target. There are at least five bikes at Target that I would ride happily. I think they are Schwinn's. I want a BMX bike. I want that Haro bike that's a single speed jumper frame Kenda K Rad's rear disk. Sh%t what happenned to my mind? It was my hobbie that did it to me. My hobbie ruined my mind. Only temporarily though. Now where was I? Oh yes trying to recall the name of the Haro for about three hundred bucks. NICE BIKE! I want one. I rode one and wanted it even morerer. Then I woke up in the middle of the night wanting it BAD!

    Nice Handling Bike that Haro. A real nimble steed. Real strong. Fast. Wheelies. No problem boblem. You could slide that b8tch I know it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noobi-Wan Kenobi
    I don't see a helmet.....Is that the OP of the "Cheap Bike" thread?
    Yep, pretty sure
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    Ha, wait did that cheap bike thread get deleted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbGreg
    Ha, wait did that cheap bike thread get deleted?


    About ten hours ago .

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS
    About ten hours ago .

    As the Trolls post more threads of this kind to try to stir the pot

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.M.S
    As the Trolls post more threads of this kind to try to stir the pot
    And what pot is that? Keep up the good fight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbmb65
    And what pot is that? Keep up the good fight!

    Isnt there a www.walmartbike.com forum you all can go to ?

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    My Wal Mart bike is better than no bike at all! I started out on a Wal Mart Huffy back in the '90s. It was heavy, the components were crappy, and the frame was too big for me. But it was all I had to ride until I saved up enough cash to buy my 1st "real" MTN bike. I think I sold the Huffy for about $15.00 at a yard sale. I can honestly say that I don't miss it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frozenspokes
    My Wal Mart bike is better than no bike at all! I started out on a Wal Mart Huffy back in the '90s. It was heavy, the components were crappy, and the frame was too big for me. But it was all I had to ride until I saved up enough cash to buy my 1st "real" MTN bike. I think I sold the Huffy for about $15.00 at a yard sale. I can honestly say that I don't miss it.
    Props to you

    As for the Troll's that think these walmart grade bikes are the **** need to get a life and get the f out of here!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.M.S
    Props to you

    As for the Troll's that think these walmart grade bikes are the **** need to get a life and get the f out of here!!!
    Dude, just let people ride what the F**K they want and you ride what the F**K you want. Its as simple as that! Who really gives a s**t what they ride, being a Wally World or not. Just ride your own and quite your b****ing about others. If they think the world of there bike, then so be it, get out of there ride.

    Now ride on....................................>

    What the hell is the point of this thread anyways? Seriously!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidarnott
    But there are some cool looking bikes at Target. There are at least five bikes at Target that I would ride happily. I think they are Schwinn's. I want a BMX bike. I want that Haro bike that's a single speed jumper frame Kenda K Rad's rear disk. Sh%t what happenned to my mind? It was my hobbie that did it to me. My hobbie ruined my mind. Only temporarily though. Now where was I? Oh yes trying to recall the name of the Haro for about three hundred bucks. NICE BIKE! I want one. I rode one and wanted it even morerer. Then I woke up in the middle of the night wanting it BAD!

    Nice Handling Bike that Haro. A real nimble steed. Real strong. Fast. Wheelies. No problem boblem. You could slide that b8tch I know it.

    No way you're putting Haro Bikes in the same category as Target merch.!
    Now go home and get your ******* shinebox.

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    You Won't Regret A Haro

    Really

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    low cost get a Haro for your first bike

    you won't be sorry

    that jump bike

    yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidarnott
    Really

    High Performance

    low cost get a Haro for your first bike

    you won't be sorry

    that jump bike

    yes

    Where in Montana is that man?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS
    About ten hours ago .
    That's funny!
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    Huh?

    Quote Originally Posted by davidarnott
    Really

    High Performance

    low cost get a Haro for your first bike

    you won't be sorry

    that jump bike

    yes

    Great picture of a Pugsley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noobi-Wan Kenobi
    I don't see a helmet.....Is that the OP of the "Cheap Bike" thread?
    Because that face plant to the tire would of stayed pretty if the helmet was on the head, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiliPepper1
    Dude, just let people ride what the F**K they want and you ride what the F**K you want. Its as simple as that! Who really gives a s**t what they ride, being a Wally World or not. Just ride your own and quite your b****ing about others. If they think the world of there bike, then so be it, get out of there ride.

    Now ride on....................................>

    What the hell is the point of this thread anyways? Seriously!!!

    True

    cant we all just get along and just ride together and have fun ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiliPepper1
    What the hell is the point of this thread anyways? Seriously!!!
    A guy passionate about his walmart bike starts a thread and gets called a troll. Another guy starts a thread to mock the walmart bike guy...that makes him what...Troll x2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blksocks
    Because that face plant to the tire would of stayed pretty if the helmet was on the head, right?

    Nope....Didn't say that.
    Originally Posted by Vtolds/Dremer03---- "assume any bikes left unlocked and unattended are free to take"

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    still can't recall the name of that Haro. But I went back to Owenhouse to look at it again. The cromoly steel bike is actually about $450 Aluminum is $650. No doubt about it. You could buy a twenty nine inch wheel and just bolt it right up to that steel fork (not the suspension front end(the steel fork is "suspension corrected" viola it has room for a twenty nine inch wheel and tire)). So then you have this HOT street rod that you can sixty nine in sixty seconds with a crescent wrench. I like it. I like it a lot.

    I Want One!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiliPepper1
    What the hell is the point of this thread anyways? Seriously!!!
    It to weed out the trolls and the A Holes from the normal members, that dont care what someone rides.
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    MY walmart bike....

    is in a dumpster were it belongs
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    My Walmart Bike is......

    Looking good as yard art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dremer03
    It to weed out the trolls and the A Holes from the normal members, that dont care what someone rides.

    Do you really think it was intended to accomplish this? Do the terms "sarcasm" or "tongue-in-cheek" resonate?
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    I'm not gonna knock Wally World bikes because my friend rides one but, by no means is he satisfied with it. He paid something like $150 for it. What I don't understand is why people wouldn't scour Craigslist before going to Wally World. I picked up my 05' Giant STP 1 off of Craigslist for $200 cause the kid got out of riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarHopper
    I'm not gonna knock Wally World bikes because my friend rides one but, by no means is he satisfied with it. He paid something like $150 for it. What I don't understand is why people wouldn't scour Craigslist before going to Wally World. I picked up my 05' Giant STP 1 off of Craigslist for $200 cause the kid got out of riding.

    Deals are to be had if you look in the right places.
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    LOL!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noobi-Wan Kenobi
    Nope....Didn't say that.
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    A couple of my gnarliest downhill friends started riding at Solitude, UT with Wal-Mart bikes. They are braver souls than I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ae111black
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    LOL!!!
    hahahahahahaha that is great
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    My Walmart Bike is......

    sitting in the garage stripped of the only decent thing i could get off of it, tubes and tires.
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    I agree with Chili and a few others.............the BEST bike is.............the one you RIDE !!! Our sport is about ridding NOT about who has the most $$$$ inna bike; or the most expensive components etc. It's about RIDDING THE DARN THING, so just ride and shut up!!!
    NOT everyone has tons of $$$$ for a bike!! I know everyone out there ridding a not high dollar bike is just doing the best they can. Encourage them don't criticize them.
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    My Walmart Bike is......

    What got me started in this sport. So get on whatever you can afford, ride and have fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRONMAN1518
    I agree with Chili and a few others.............the BEST bike is.............the one you RIDE !!! Our sport is about ridding NOT about who has the most $$$$ inna bike; or the most expensive components etc. It's about RIDDING THE DARN THING, so just ride and shut up!!!
    NOT everyone has tons of $$$$ for a bike!! I know everyone out there ridding a not high dollar bike is just doing the best they can. Encourage them don't criticize them.
    hey no high dollar bike here, Ive got a 35 dollar trek that ive slowly been upgrading, i have two walmart bike from my previous biking experience that rot away in my back yard
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    The sport is bigger than the bikes we ride, so who cares what you ride just ride!

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    my walmart bike is...

    My Walmart bike is... now at the dump.
    My Walmart bike was heavily upgraded, leaving only the frame and handlebars stock.
    My Walmart bike was ridden in 3 XC races, and 2 Super D races by me.
    My Walmart bike had 4' of rear wheel travel, and with the upgraded rear shock, allowed the use of all 4'.
    My walmart bike was flexy, and didnt do well when i stood up to sprint.
    My walmart bike was heavy.
    My walmart bike cost as much as some people's cranksets, or 1/4 of the cost of some people's wheelsets.
    My Walmart bike helped me get back into mountain biking after not riding for almost a decade, and helped me get back in shape.
    My Walmart bike got made fun of a lot.
    My Walmart bike got funny looks when i passed dudes on 2000 dollar bikes.
    My Walmart bike is now as the dump, because its usefullness has ended, but not without giving me many fond memories, and making me realize its truly not about what you ride, just that you do ride, and that you get in the woods and enjoy the outdoors, nature, and breathing burning lung fulls of fresh air heavy with the smells of decaying leaves, dirt, creeks, and all the awesome smells of the woods...
    My walmart bike...... is not a top of the line mountain bike with hydro disc brakes, exotic frame materials, super light composite alloy wheelsets... does not have SRAM XO components, no hammerschmidt crankset, its not a 2x9 or a 2x10... it is not cutting edge, or even "entry level" by bike shop standards.... but its still a bike, and it might just be the avenue some folks take to finding our wonderful sport.
    My Walmart bike... Gave me the same upgrade bug you caught when you bought your entry level LBS bike.... and i now own a used 08 mongoose khyber.
    My Walmart bike.... is still a bike.

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    Well....my first bike was a Roadmaster and it nearly killed me when the front fork gave out on a curb drop, body slamming me on to the ground and then it decided to land on top of me.

    Gave me a phobia with bikes for a while until a couple of years ago when my friend convinced me to get back on the saddle.

    Actually bought it at K-Mart but I noticed that it's a Walmart bike now.

    There are some brands that might be OK, like Schwinn but I really have my doubts about bikes that have a warning sticker that says "WARNING! Not intended for off-road use" slapped on to their mountain bike frames. I ride various terrains and you couldn't pay me to ride one of those on the trails I ride.

    But if you're only going to be riding on pavement, then I think they're good enough...just don't do a curb drop.

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