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    Transition Bottlerocket and Trailorpark

    So im thinking about buying these 2 frames how they ride and what u guys thinks? I wana know

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    neeeed more info, whats your style of riding for starters. I see kids shed all the time on ToP's, but the bottlerocket seems to be getting good reviews too, yea more info.
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    I like your thinking.

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    i have a trail or park - you can chuck the thing off of a building and nothing would happen to it. it's absolutely bullet proof - very strong (but not light).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lickqid
    neeeed more info, whats your style of riding for starters. I see kids shed all the time on ToP's, but the bottlerocket seems to be getting good reviews too, yea more info.
    I ride dirt and freeride i have a toy4 and a dback strike..when i was in whistler I saw bunch of transitions and they looked rad...I deff wana pick up a trailorpark I seriously beat the crap out of my bikes and ride them to hell so i wana know how they ride and what not.

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    That would make a saweet bike stable. Transitions are DOPE bikes!

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    That would most likely be the greatest decision that youve ever made

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    no complaints about my ToP so far. not the lightest frame out, but mos def one of the burliest. i chucked mine head first into a small ravine at decent speed and it came out spotless aside from the twisted handlebars. damn good warranty and crash replacement policy to boot.

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    bikerdave throws it down hard...
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