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    New question here. bmw parkbike

    Hey i know im just a stupid newb but.... I was wondering if anyone here had any experiance w/ the bmw parkbike ? I have heard that it is a great dj/park/urban bike, but how does it handle other aspects of riding ? Thanks for any help !!!

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    even your feeling or thoughts on the bike would be great ! thanks !

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    I think that it is a great frame, I have never personally used one but it looks strong and they always build up into some pretty sick looking hardtails. Just my .02 on them.

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    You can't go wrong with a brooklyn. The park bike is built primarily for heavy abuse like fr, urban assault and even some dh. It will climb like ass, but then again it wasn't built for that. The rear will only accept a 24" fyi.

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    Buy one, hell buy two!
    Paint them each different colors. One for vogue-ing, one for thrashin'.
    They're sweet!

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