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S&M L.A.F

sayndesyn

Turbo Monkey
So I'm pretty sure that my next paycheck is going towards a FBM PW Moto built up mainly with Fit parts because they seem strong and a bit lighter than most S&M bars/forks/etc. (I realize it is the same company pretty much). Anyhow I want a strong, but light bike mainly for street with some trails and S&M's new bike caught my eye. Is a L.A.F recommended for under a certain rider weight limit (I weigh 180)? I'm fairly smooth, but how thin the area behind the B.B is has me a little worried being that I do case it now and again. Is the knew hardened material more than enough to compensate for the lighter weight? Anyone had any ride time on it? Thanks, Sam
 

VDfree

Monkey
Feb 18, 2005
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germantown
That frame is awesome. The only thing that you should be aware of is the very steep headtube angle. Not a bad thing, just different.
 

Changleen

Paranoid Member
Jan 9, 2004
9,890
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Hypernormality
Oh man I've been looking at this online in various places, it makes me want to buy a new BMX.

MMmmmm LAF...

My current BMX is heavier than my Revell by a good few pounds. Lame.