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How do I know if i'm getting ahead of myself

Discussion in 'Trials' started by unskilled, May 13, 2010.

  1. unskilled

    unskilled Monkey

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    I am contemplating the idea of a 26" trials bike. I want to go straight to a no seat zoo! piranha with hydro brakes and all those crazy little cnc bits. maybe that is because it is the only result i can find looking for trials bikes. what is a good entry level bike that will get me in the door and capable of learning beginner to intermediate moves. thanks
     

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  2. eaterofdog

    eaterofdog ass grabber

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    If you don't have a bike you want to use already, by all means get a real trials bike. Don't waste time and money on an intermediate bike. A true trials bike feels weird at first, but the light weight and specialized geometry will let you learn much faster.

    This is a nice complete stock.

    If you are patient you can get a nice used stock for 800 or less.