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    My new urban ride

    hey this is my new ride havent had a chance to ride it properly yet but should get some time this weekend. enjoy.

    Frame: .243 racing frame euro BB
    Forks: 01 Marzocchi z.1 drop-off
    Cranks: Truvativ Holzfeller
    Pedals: Magnesium Bmx pedals
    Bashplate:Truvativ
    Chain Guide: n/a
    Bars: Race Face Evolver DH race
    Grips: ODI Ruffiens
    Stem: Areial industries
    Brakes: none
    Rims: Front - alex DH rim, Back - sun rim single track
    Tyres: Front - Maxxis Highroller 2.7, Back - Kenda 2.5
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    God made dirt so dirt dont hurt: it's the rock you have to worry about.

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    Nice ride man.. get some action pics for us to see
    Life is to short... get out and ride

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    those aren't holzfeller cranks...


    are you eventually gonna upgrade the fork?


    nice bike none the less.... get up some action pics.

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    NICE bike man...

    Look like the BLACK is coming hard...


    BTW...r u realy riding brakeless..!?

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    Brakeless riding is absoluetely bad and dangerous IMO.
    I think you are gonna use it for pure street, so get some street tires!

    BTW very nice and clean ride

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    Nice bike

    I rode a Redline 20" a couple years ago with no brakes, fun stuff. The cable snapped and I was too lazy to fix it so I just rode it like that. There was a cement half-pipe drainage by my house (7' tall at the highest section) that my friend used to ride brakeless and I always thought he was nuts. Then I had to do it and you become a much better rider and don't wuss out as much since you can't stop.

    Just watch out for cars
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    Quote Originally Posted by E30Evolution
    Nice bike

    I rode a Redline 20" a couple years ago with no brakes, fun stuff. The cable snapped and I was too lazy to fix it so I just rode it like that. There was a cement half-pipe drainage by my house (7' tall at the highest section) that my friend used to ride brakeless and I always thought he was nuts. Then I had to do it and you become a much better rider and don't wuss out as much since you can't stop.

    Just watch out for cars


    Forget it about wheeling or fuxking arround doing endos and stuff like that...To much limitations riding brakeless beside that u r risking ur life by the inch.

    Anyway is ur life and still a nice looking bike...(no sure if to die for ti .. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBsoxB
    those aren't holzfeller cranks...


    are you eventually gonna upgrade the fork?
    ok well i dunno wat they are then i just ripped them off my last bike. i cant afford new forks at the moment and as long as im not doing big drops or stairgaps they should hold up untill i can find some second hand dirt jumpers or something along those lines.
    God made dirt so dirt dont hurt: it's the rock you have to worry about.

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    The only thing more hardcore than brakeless riding is barefoot dirt jumping with BMW Shinburger pedals.
    i want to post more but i can't stop riding!

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