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Parts and Bikes / Re: TRUTH BMX TITANIUM. FLATLAND FRAMES & PRODUCTS
« Last post by khe killah™ on February 10, 2020, 08:38:01 AM »
Whats the ETA of these flatland frames being completed?
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Parts and Bikes / Re: TRUTH BMX TITANIUM. FLATLAND FRAMES & PRODUCTS
« Last post by Truth Bmx on February 10, 2020, 02:27:58 AM »
Our titanium race stuff is doing pretty well. Race and flatland are two different markets also. We will be offering a chromoly frame also. I know most people will buy and use chromoly frames.
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It would be great to have another person to ride with, but I'm in Johnstown, nearly 2 hours away.

I’d be down to drive. Make a day of it. I’ll pm you a phone number
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It would be great to have another person to ride with, but I'm in Johnstown, nearly 2 hours away.
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Bike Checks / Re: Ares Good Speed.
« Last post by anthony on February 06, 2020, 09:32:34 PM »
Yes the light blue frame plus black parts is very nice. Beautiful man, well done.

Thanks man!
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Parts and Bikes / Re: TRUTH BMX TITANIUM. FLATLAND FRAMES & PRODUCTS
« Last post by a08 on February 06, 2020, 07:10:10 PM »
this is pretty interesting. on the topic of Spanish vs mid I think mid is most common and id like to see Spanish just disappear all together for simplicities sake.

not sure what the market would be like for a $1500 flatland frame but it would be cool to see nonetheless
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Rider Hookup / Why not?: Anyone near Beavercreek Ohio and want to session with a flatnewb
« Last post by a08 on February 05, 2020, 09:14:55 PM »
skill level 1/10 but Ill buy the Taco Bell..


seriously though I'm just getting back into it would love to meet others
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General Flatland Forum / Re: THE OFFICIAL HEIGHT / BIKE DATABASE
« Last post by a08 on February 04, 2020, 07:10:46 PM »
Really the only thing that will truly hinder progression is not practicing. You can likely learn just about any trick on most setups, some things will be easier on a shorter bike and some things will be easier on a long bike. There really isn't an ideal setup, there will be pros and cons either way.

I am over 6 feet tall and have ridden very short bikes (1999 Hoffman EP, for example), long bikes like my current setup and everything in between. Progression happened on every bike whether it was short or long.

And there definitely are people riding flat on long bikes. An obvious example is Matthias Dandois, he currently rides with a TT of 21" .

I think you bring up a really good point here about riding long bike vs not riding... I am trying to build a new set up though so I just want something optimal. will def push on in the meantime.
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General Flatland Forum / Re: THE OFFICIAL HEIGHT / BIKE DATABASE
« Last post by aliasdck on February 04, 2020, 01:57:37 AM »
Lol! How could I forget to mention Trevor Meyer! He has always been one to ride a long bike along with tall/wide bars.
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General Flatland Forum / Re: THE OFFICIAL HEIGHT / BIKE DATABASE
« Last post by Revig on February 03, 2020, 10:23:59 PM »
And there definitely are people riding flat on long bikes. An obvious example is Matthias Dandois, he currently rides with a TT of 21" .

there is also that guy from Arkansas, for sooooo long ;)

http://www.flatmattersonline.com/trevor-meyers-new-custom-flatland-frame
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