Best bmx for beginner

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9/6/2016 11:43 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/6/2016 11:48 PM

Im from england, 6 foot. 15 y/o Looking for a decent bmx that when i improve i could also still use it for tricks when i learn harder tricks. Max price about £250, i wish thinking the diamondback remix
2016? Bad choice?

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9/7/2016 9:44 AM

If you could push your budget up to 325 Halfords have the mongoose scan r120. Full chromoly frame and cranks (maybe bars and forks too?), sealed bearings throughout, female hubs, 21" toptube. It's a much better bike, and cheap for what you get. The diamondback remix is heavy, not full chromoly frame, and I believe the hubs are unsealed, which will cause all sorts of problems after a while

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9/7/2016 11:18 AM

grumpySteve wrote:

If you could push your budget up to 325 Halfords have the mongoose scan r120. Full chromoly frame and cranks (maybe bars and ...more

Maybe the Mode 900? That has a 100% ChroMoly frame, fork, and bar. Sealed everything and double wall rims. A few websites say it comes with pegs as well. It's about $200 as well. I guess it's smaller, but still a well-built bike.

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9/7/2016 11:22 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/7/2016 11:22 AM

I think that WTP in my opinion are best smile Then Fly or KINK.

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9/7/2016 12:06 PM

You can't get the mode 900 over here, I'm guessing it's the equivalent though.

Wethepeople make good bikes, as do those other brands. But the mongoose is the best for the money. The equivalent wtp would cost at least 100 more

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