Sasquatch, on 28 July 2011 - 08:45 AM, said:
Yeah, BMX's are a lot smaller than regular bikes, but I kind of like that. Gives you more freedom to play with them.
KHS Alite are nice bikes. I demo'd one from a local shop a few months back. I liked the way it felt on pavement, but it was giving me small creaks, so I wouldn't have trusted it on dirt.
Being around 190-195 right now, I NEED a bike that is strong enough to carry my fat ass around, off drops and such. Otherwise I would be breaking frames left and right. That's the only reason I have been using my Diamondback as just a commuter, and my DH sled as my trail bike.
Ah, I'm only 140 or so, I might have to try a good BMX before I decide whether I like them or not, either way, I won't be buying one right away.
My KHS was a higher end one, which they no longer sell. IF my information is correct, it is above all of the current models, excluding "team"
(Obviously, this is no longer the case. I meant then)
... I still got pictures:
Keep in mind, any 'abuse' marks you see, were from the previous owner.
Last one that I'll post
So there is your proof a "alite 4000" exists
It did just find on trails. The last time I rode it on a decent trail, I came flying around a corner. Down the hill, Come to an opening... "OH SHIT MUD" and I couldn't steer around because some 'cruisers' were in the way.
I think it was like 8" of mud
WHERE IS OP?
This post has been edited by Dee: 28 July 2011 - 12:52 PM