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    ideas for a 24" bmx bike for street riding

    i am looking for a 24" bmx bike for street riding i have the eastern traildigger in mind but is there anything else out there thats 24"?

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    Azonic Steelhead

    This is my Steelhead which ive sold recently but I still own the Vuelta 24" wheels with Maxxis Holy Rollers. It was a great bike and can be run 24" or 26". It comes with Vbrake bosses that are adjustable for both wheel sizes. The steelhead can be found on ebay for as cheap as 140$ for the frame alone.
    PM me if you want the wheels (real cheap)
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    Sunday just came out with a 24" street cruiser that looks pretty promising.

    Personally I think that Steelheads are overbuilt and heavy and don't ride particularly well, but that's just me.

    Why not just go for 20s and save a lot of money and get a more maneuverable bike?

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    just get an ns suburban run it rigid or fork, 24 or 26. straight up transformer bike, super tight geo and very small. i had a dk general lee 24 and this is wayyyyy better. youd love it i can post pictures sometime if you want to see it
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    Dan's Comp has about 5-6 street oriented cruisers in their latest catalog.
    I'm looking at a few myself though I'm looking more for a race-oriented ride. I'll likely go after one of the Intense models.

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    a friend of mine just had standard make him a 250s cruiser, that thing is badass

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    Arrow Racing DSS

    4.lbs, 26" or 24" , 16" c/s, largest 24" tire selection , building urban whippets since 1982, USA homegrown owned ...www.arrowracing.com

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    If I could convince my wife that I really need a third bike, it would be a 24" General Lee.
    You better just go ahead and drop that seatpost down to the reflector... the trail gets pretty rough down there.

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    ive got a federal function which is fabbo and also up for grabs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Six Pack
    If I could convince my wife that I really need a third bike, it would be a 24" General Lee.
    A lot of newer/better bikes out now. The General Lee is a classic though.

    FIT has some really nice 24" completes, as does Eastern, and Haro...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ojai Bicyclist

    Personally I think that Steelheads are overbuilt and heavy and don't ride particularly well, but that's just me.

    Overbuilt, yes. Heavy, ohhhh yes. I do think they ride very nice and love the steel feel.
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