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    anyone sellin a FR bike

    I need a freeride bike with at least 6 inches of travel and disc brakes (preferably hydro) in sz. medium 17" Maybe a stinky, gemini, ya know. I managed to get together $900, but I guess thats pretty good for a 14 yr old.
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    pm Red Bull, i know he is selling a medium stinky but im not sure for how much
    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky05rider
    bmx is not dh/freeride....tight jeans are for girls

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    Red Bull wanted 1400 for it, but i think he lowered the price. If you don't like his price check the classifieds or ebay.

    Good Luck

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    I tried but it was to much $

    1300!

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    Check the classifieds, i haven't seen a newer stinky on ebay for a few months
    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky05rider
    bmx is not dh/freeride....tight jeans are for girls

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    check on the new weyless 67. i heard that they changed the price from 999 to 1699 and they dont have any on the website. i just got mine about 2 weeks ago and it is a really great bike.

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    I heard they changed it back because of the negative feedback from putting the price up but i think they are sold out or have very few
    Quote Originally Posted by Stinky05rider
    bmx is not dh/freeride....tight jeans are for girls

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    check out ebay...or try building a rig up. If you look hard enough you'll find the right deals...hell im almost done with this rig and its only costed me about $900 so far...
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    Get off yer arse and on yere bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bentimby
    check out ebay...or try building a rig up. If you look hard enough you'll find the right deals...hell im almost done with this rig and its only costed me about $900 so far...
    I'll take it off your hands for $1000

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    Quote Originally Posted by markseelos805
    I need a freeride bike with at least 6 inches of travel and disc brakes (preferably hydro) in sz. medium 17" Maybe a stinky, gemini, ya know. I managed to get together $900, but I guess thats pretty good for a 14 yr old.
    Thanks,
    Mark

    Hey mark, PM me - I have what you're after (medium RFX)

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