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Posted: Aug 31, 2008 at 15:03 Quote
deberguknottignham wrote:
evan15 wrote:
bullock15 wrote:


Frown
That could mean months or even years, I don't know if to wait or go for something else.
i know =(
i wanted one sooooo bad
but the guy said that if im looking for a new bike my best bet would be to get a bullit and put a totem on it and fox dhx 5 coil
which i might do
cause he said the vp free will not be coming out for along timeCry

whats wrong with an older vp-free i must ask?
noting
i just dont want a used one cause all the used bikes ive bought have caused me to many problems
i wanna get a brand new bike for once
my past 3 have been used and its costed more to fix them up then what i bought it for
i just dont have the best of luck with used shit
not saying a used vp free is bad
i just want a new one with all new parts on it

Posted: Aug 31, 2008 at 17:08 Quote
deberguknottignham wrote:
evan15 wrote:
bullock15 wrote:


Frown
That could mean months or even years, I don't know if to wait or go for something else.
i know =(
i wanted one sooooo bad
but the guy said that if im looking for a new bike my best bet would be to get a bullit and put a totem on it and fox dhx 5 coil
which i might do
cause he said the vp free will not be coming out for along timeCry

whats wrong with an older vp-free i must ask?

exactly you told meyou had a grand but you would buy mine like wtf?

Posted: Aug 31, 2008 at 18:08 Quote
aconquergood wrote:
deberguknottignham wrote:
evan15 wrote:

i know =(
i wanted one sooooo bad
but the guy said that if im looking for a new bike my best bet would be to get a bullit and put a totem on it and fox dhx 5 coil
which i might do
cause he said the vp free will not be coming out for along timeCry

whats wrong with an older vp-free i must ask?

exactly you told meyou had a grand but you would buy mine like wtf?
cause yours has new parts on it
but i can get them custom made at my lbs and i get a discount cause i know a guy that works there

Posted: Sep 1, 2008 at 12:46 Quote
If you want a floating pivot 7" FR bike then get a Canfield Can Diggle.

Posted: Oct 27, 2008 at 12:12 Quote
I want a new one too. I cant wait till the new version comes out. Any word on that? pictures??

Posted: Dec 22, 2008 at 14:40 Quote
I 'm looking for VP frame size med

Posted: Dec 22, 2008 at 18:23 Quote
mitto wrote:
I 'm looking for VP frame size med
i have one but i dont really want to ship it out of the us

Posted: Dec 23, 2008 at 7:33 Quote
can you send me some pictures and price

Posted: Jan 8, 2009 at 13:01 Quote
last post was in dec of 08 so i should be okay..

i'm wanting to buy a vp-free and i have read reviews on the bike some really good and some okay. i was looking for a review from an actual PB user that i could talk to about the bike. I was looking for: stengths, weaknesses and upgrades i should do. here is the vp-free i intend to buy
thanks.

2305708

2305708


specs.
Used for only one season with only minor scratches.
Fork: 2008 Marzocchi 66, 180mm, 1 1/8
Shock: Fox DHX 5.0 8"
Saddle: WTB Power V
Wheelset: Camo Stypes
FSA Headset
Stem: Race Face Diabolus 2 DH
Brakes: 2008 Avid Code, White
Handlebar: Easton MonkeyLite DH
Seatpost: Race Face Evolve DH
Pedals: Crankbrothers 50/50 Black/Gold
Crank set: Truvativ Holzfeller OCT
e13 LG1 Chain guide
Shimano XT Derailer

price is 2100. good deal?

Posted: Jan 8, 2009 at 17:15 Quote
SAVAGE-RIDER wrote:
last post was in dec of 08 so i should be okay..

i'm wanting to buy a vp-free and i have read reviews on the bike some really good and some okay. i was looking for a review from an actual PB user that i could talk to about the bike. I was looking for: stengths, weaknesses and upgrades i should do. here is the vp-free i intend to buy
thanks.

2305708
2305708

specs.
Used for only one season with only minor scratches.
Fork: 2008 Marzocchi 66, 180mm, 1 1/8
Shock: Fox DHX 5.0 8"
Saddle: WTB Power V
Wheelset: Camo Stypes
FSA Headset
Stem: Race Face Diabolus 2 DH
Brakes: 2008 Avid Code, White
Handlebar: Easton MonkeyLite DH
Seatpost: Race Face Evolve DH
Pedals: Crankbrothers 50/50 Black/Gold
Crank set: Truvativ Holzfeller OCT
e13 LG1 Chain guide
Shimano XT Derailer

price is 2100. good deal?
I'm not a fan of that seat, or those wheels, but other than than, it seems like a good deal for a nice bike. I just think that a VP-Free could do with something nicer than s-types.

Posted: Jan 8, 2009 at 17:19 Quote
juicyt wrote:
I'm not a fan of that seat, or those wheels, but other than than, it seems like a good deal for a nice bike. I just think that a VP-Free could do with something nicer than s-types.

i do agree with you there i will swap them out. i have another seat to go on it. canadian tire seat but SO comfy.
thanks man.
have you rode a vp-free before?

Posted: Jan 8, 2009 at 17:24 Quote
SAVAGE-RIDER wrote:
juicyt wrote:
I'm not a fan of that seat, or those wheels, but other than than, it seems like a good deal for a nice bike. I just think that a VP-Free could do with something nicer than s-types.

i do agree with you there i will swap them out. i have another seat to go on it. canadian tire seat but SO comfy.
thanks man.
have you rode a vp-free before?
Good ol' Crappy Tire. I haven't ridden a vp-free on a trail before. I rode one around a parking lot once in Vancouver...I don't think that counts though.

Posted: Jan 8, 2009 at 17:28 Quote
juicyt wrote:
SAVAGE-RIDER wrote:
juicyt wrote:
I'm not a fan of that seat, or those wheels, but other than than, it seems like a good deal for a nice bike. I just think that a VP-Free could do with something nicer than s-types.

i do agree with you there i will swap them out. i have another seat to go on it. canadian tire seat but SO comfy.
thanks man.
have you rode a vp-free before?
Good ol' Crappy Tire. I haven't ridden a vp-free on a trail before. I rode one around a parking lot once in Vancouver...I don't think that counts though.

yeah i have figured out their seats are the most comfy so far.
came on a raleigh that i scrapped, beat the crap out of.

Posted: Jan 22, 2009 at 18:19 Quote
My Vp Free!!
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