A bargain jumpy bike perfect for pump track fun, getting sweet air or nipping around town on.
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Posted on: June 9, 2010
Isn’t there a 26in version also?
“eke out more speed for less effort”, really?
‘tidy graphics and colour scheme have had riders of all colours admiring it’
a welcome but slightly abrupt invocation of racial awareness. the implication that different ‘coloured’ people necessarily have different taste in bike paint jobs is a bit problematic.
Martin Luther Bling
Nial liked it on the pump track at Lee Quarry. The rigid fork novelty soon wore off when he got sore wrists though!
Blue people just don’t go with yellow bikes. It’s a sad fact.
its weird there was a 2009 one of these sitting in my local halfords for ages, slowly gathering dust, price kept dropping till eventually someone got it for a steal
its funny what a few new full suss bikes have done for the brand, stw would never have reviewed this bike 18 months ago
and the stw massive would have been making sarricin jokes all the way
and fwiw i have a felt brink 24″ bmx cruiser and its more fun than a night of coke, viagra and the suicide girls
just need more bmx/ pump tracks, especially in cities!
Kimbers its not the same Saracen that halfords had. Saracen has been relaunched for 2010 that is why it has started to appear in the mags again.
Pump tracks are ace. Small hartails are ace. Best bike i’ve brought in a long while (although it’s not a Saracen).
fair enough pugwash
I bought one for my 40th birthday, so the impulse bit is right!
I think if you ride a bumx then the rigid fork isn’t much of an issue. I’m looking at one of these instead of a new Bmx now…
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