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    • CommentAuthorAeroAceV03
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2008
    i want my next frame to be strong and able to take a serious beating

    suitable for all kinds of tricks

    and does NOT dent easy

    anyone have recommendations?
    a schwinn madison 07' and above. Even a specialized langster, yes i said it, a specialized langster. i've done multiple stairs on both bikes and still going strong.
    brookyln machine works
    • CommentAuthorHOPE
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2008
    well all aluminium dents easy... if you do anything wrong with them..

    im currently riding a pista concept no dents, the paint scratch pretty easily ( nothing to care much). i do tricks, i pop alot with it, the only thing im realy scared about and i dont trust too much is the carbon fork...
    • CommentAuthorAeroAceV03
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2008
    im scared of those forks as well

    why cant they make them in aluminum or somethin


    yeh i really like the 05 or 06 fuji track pros

    seems like a sturdy steed
    • CommentAuthorOtto Rax
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2008
    bmw or 07 madison. my madi has taken a beating. its been dropped thousands of times, jumps, stairs everything. not even tweaked out of alignment, no dents whatsoever, and the geometry is ok. not barspin-friendly though
    • CommentAuthorbuckydcxvi
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2008
    surly steamroller
    • CommentAuthoralexv
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2008
    i too ride a madison a lot for tricks but I decided to buy a volume cutter, which are supposed to be really good for tricks.
    • CommentAuthorpockmark
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2008
    brooklyn machine works...
    • CommentAuthorETNZ
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2008
    where can you find this frame on the net?
    • CommentAuthorebrep1
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2008
    • CommentAuthorjdiamond
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2008
    i beat the shit out of my soma rush, so sturdy and stong. i am a mechanic too, so i see all kinds of messed up shit and frames but the rush nope.
    i would compare the soma rush to a bareknuckle. the only reason why in my opinion bareknuckles are more expensive is the deda tubing. thats it.
    Any frame made of 4130 should be able to take a good beating.

    If you have the dough to build up a BMW, get one. Otherwise any frame made of 4130 should do you well.

    I personally don't like the geo/looks of the BMW's but if i was a trickster I'd get one.
    • CommentAuthorCrashTest
    • CommentTimeNov 5th 2008
    Posted By: AeroAceV03im scared of those forks as well

    why cant they make them in aluminum or somethin


    yeh i really like the 05 or 06 fuji track pros

    seems like a sturdy steed

    wow. I am going to go ahead and assume that was sarcasm. Aluminum forks fail just as suddenly as carbon, without the fun splinters. I am sure Bianchi wasn't thinking of wheelies and stairs when it designed is pro-semi-pro level track bike. The fork goes swimmingly on velodromes.
    the aluminum was sarcasm

    i ride steel
    • CommentAuthorSkidMark
    • CommentTimeNov 20th 2008
    FBM Sword or Brooklyn Machine Works. If you can afford custom, Broakland. Nothing else is really made for it. All the entry level track bikes are the same, the Soma and the Surly are a little better. Pakes are garbage, I know a messenger who broke one behind the bottom bracket.
    spicer makes some interesting trick bikes
    • CommentAuthorAeroAceV03
    • CommentTimeNov 22nd 2008
    se lagers are life,strongest frame for it's price ,but thank you for every one who gave their opinion
    • CommentAuthorRobvincep
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2009
    I've been doing wheelies and shit on my Pake for months and a carbon fork and its fine. Really sturdy

    Don't know what ur talking about
    • CommentAuthorbionnaki
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2009
    kink apex

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