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8/5/2019 2:25 PM

1999 Haro Cozmo
6’2 315lbs
Website says it full chromoly and weighs 35lbs so I thought it was a safe bet lol also is it worth $250cnd? Thanks for your time hope to hear from you! Photo

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8/5/2019 3:22 PM

If you really wanna have a BMX to properly ride BMX, this isn’t the best option. There’s nothing wrong with it, but 35 LBS is around 10 LBS heavier than a typical complete bike you can buy for $250 today, and the build quality will be much better in the long run.

Also, at your height, the top tube of this bike looks a little short.

I’d take a look into modern BMX completes if I were you.

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8/5/2019 3:44 PM

readybmxer wrote:

If you really wanna have a BMX to properly ride BMX, this isn’t the best option. There’s nothing wrong with it, but 35 LBS is around 10 LBS heavier than a typical complete bike you can buy for $250 today, and the build quality will be much better in the long run.

Also, at your height, the top tube of this bike looks a little short.

I’d take a look into modern BMX completes if I were you.

Any suggestions? I can’t find any completes for $250

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8/7/2019 2:18 PM

Check pinkbike buy and sell there's a few in your price range. Theres 2010 United Supreme for 300 obo that might be what you're looking for. Ask questions like top tube size. That or save more, like double what you are willing to spend and you might be able to get a new old stock full chromoly complete for 5 or 600.

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8/30/2019 5:45 PM

Riot_Cooper wrote:

Any suggestions? I can’t find any completes for $250

TBH, the only bikes you'll find for $250 are 12's and 16's.

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9/3/2019 4:43 PM

I have a 20.5 fir for sale, all custom parts, 300 obo

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