wanted to know if anybody has seen jib 2 (the bike movie). the first jib was amazing but i haven't heard such good things about jib 2, tho i still want to buy it just cause its jib 2, the sequel to jib. thanks
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i would ride bmx if 1. i wasn't ginournously tall and 2. i can ride anywhere comfortably on the same bike that i use for urban (i.e. 30 mile road rides or 10 mile rides through the woods). i'd like to see a bmxer ride 30 miles
Jib was so lame, I can't even comprehend how much I didn't like it. The only neat part about it was that a little bit of it was filmed in my city, but other than that, I wasn't to incredibally stoked on seeing Tyler Klassen ride in the city with an Ellement Dare. I also wasn't particualarily fond with V-dub riding backwards without pedalling, I didn't like the fact that he rode mountain bikes at 403 (indoor skatepark in Calgary), and I didn't like the fact that he wore "D3's".
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urban mtb and bmx are so similar! Urban mountain bikes are basically a big bmx; 13" frames, 24" wheels, 80mm forks, single speed, bmx components, and now there are nutted disc hubs that can accept pegs. Urban is a mix of both mountain and bmx.
first of all, i ride primarily street on my bike and it has 26 inch wheels, 8 speed (dual bash with chain tensionr in front), 5 inche travel fork, definatly not bmx components. the bike you described is more a park mtn bike. urban has evolved from bmx. they are different sports, but its the same way that newschool skiing evolved from snowboarding