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Old 10-28-2010, 11:55 PM
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Wink Re: Good Cruiser Frames for 4 strokes

Alright then, let me tell you about the two cruisers I own and mentioned in your earlier post. These are aluminum framed Ridgedale's, the blue is the "Avico" and the black is a "Northwoods". The blue one I bought over a year ago at Toy-R-Us and paid $119 + California sales tax. The black one I ordered online for $150 and free shipping from A-Bike also had them a Costco for a similar price. Both bikes have over 3,000 hard miles on them with 2 and 4-stroke motors and not one issue with frame failure whatsoever! Sturdy.....more than. I will build as many bikes as humanly possible on either of these frames and feel as confident as a polar bear in snow.

Just so ya know, I raced Mountain Bikes for over 10yrs. as a Vet Expert. Most of all of my wins were on aluminum framed Mtn. Bikes (Yeti, Mammoth, etc) so believe me when I say I know a little something of aluminum framed bikes. These two bike are as bomb proof as they get....... and they were made in CHINA! Heard enuf?

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