Tech Tips: Complete BMX Bikes 19

Are you in the market for a brand new complete BMX bike? Brian gives you a few helpful hints on what to look for.

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GlennPPMilligan 5/6/2009 12:11 AM

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thanks for teaching me out to take a bike out of a box. lmao i thought you were going to put it together or talk more about the bike, or something idk.

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make sure its a full cromo frame and forks guys or you will bend it or snap it and make sure it has double walled rims to or they will buckle and fold .

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KEEP IN MIND.............. that if you assemble the bike youself, you will VOID!!!! the warranty of you new toy, most bike companies want the bike assembled by a professional. I know you might know how to work on your own bike, and you might be extreamly impatient to build it, how you want it, but pay the $ to have it built the right way! Then when it comes to little things like your BB squeeking, and bars slippin you have someone else to blame, like me, cause i have been doing this for 4 years now, and i have seen way to many riders getting f%^ked because they put the bike together themselves...just a recommendation, i ride too...and i dont want to see you getting screwed, lol, unless you are a chick, lol

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That was the most retarded video ever put on this site. What was the tech tip in it? I think the tip was to get your lisp fixed at an early age so you don't talk funny when you're a respectable adult.

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