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BenjamMC28 BenjamMC28
5/15/2018 2:43 PM

Hey, just get it over and done with because I don’t want to bore anyone but I’m new and starting out on my BMX Park specifically but I’m just looking to find out what top bar and frames sizes etc because I’m 6 ft 4 or 196cm and I’ve been told 21 but I don’t know?

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adamnmexican adamnmexican
5/15/2018 2:55 PM
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HondaCRFRacer HondaCRFRacer
5/15/2018 8:43 PM

That 22 inch Fit complete that Adam posted above is legit! Especially if you're 6'4" then the bigger bike will probably feel better...

I don't crash, I do random gravity checks...

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zenosaga zenosaga
5/15/2018 8:51 PM

For the UK try winstanleys bmx they have a sale on complete bikes:

WTP Crysis 21"
https://winstanleysbmx.com/bmx-bikes/street-park-bikes/wethepeople-crysis-2018-bmx-bike

Fiend Embryo TypeA doesn't say if its a 21"
https://winstanleysbmx.com/bmx-bikes/street-park-bikes/fiend-embryo-type-a-2017-bmx-bike

Stranger Crux 2018 20.75" frame
https://winstanleysbmx.com/stranger-crux-2018-bmx-bike

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Skylight Skylight
5/16/2018 5:47 AM

For your height, it is best to go for the top end of the spectrum.

21 is the minimum.

I'm also 1 m 90, I'm run a 21.25 TT frame with a 9.5 inch bar, top load stem with 1 cm spacers.

You'll be more comfy on a 22 inch- it's gonna be more stable at the park and you'll be able to go fast, high, and smooth.

Unless your style is technical- in this case, a 21.5 would be a good middle...

It doesn't matter where a train goes. It's decidin' to get on that does.

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