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Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by PatBranch, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. PatBranch

    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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    The Pro series is about the money I want to spend. The Park is 29lbs while the Trail is 28lbs. The differences are pegs, front tires, and high or medium bars. Is that lb difference mostly with the pegs?

    Also, what's the difference in frame geometry?
     

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    v-digit Turbo Monkey

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    i'm pretty sure that both frames have exactly the same geometry.
    you can check that on fitbikesco website.
    i'm actualy scheeming on picking up a team street or dirt bike myself.
     
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    i have a fit flow park.love it
     
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    isn't there a gyro in the mix there too?
     
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    last yeaqrs trails had longer chain stays and top tube not sure onthis years
     
  6. PatBranch

    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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    Oh yeah, gyro. I know I don't need pegs or a gyro, but maybe I'd like the street geometry better? Maybe I can find a place with both and ride them.
     
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    v-digit Turbo Monkey

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    my problem is that i've never ridden a 20 before, so even if i found a place to ride both, they would both feel crazy weird and unusual.
    so i'm pretty much forced to buy blindly. i know that my boys s3 feels nice though. hopefully a fit team street/park would be pretty similar to that, it should be i think.
     
  8. PatBranch

    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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    You should probably do some parking lot tests to get an idea what the TT lengths and stuff feel like on them.