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Old 11-09-2012, 01:40 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by lineaway View Post
You can learn the basics on the bike, but if riding with others on modern bikes it will not be as fun. Almost any bike with disc brakes and a monoshock rear would be better. Try to stay `95 or newer. The montesa was a great bike, but getting hard to find parts anymore. I would love to have that bike as it would be a match to my 200, but I`m searching for a newer twinshock.
Thank you for the advice,you pretty much nailed dead on what I will/would be doing and I was thinking along the same lines. I just kinda wanted some experienced opinion that I might be better served saving for awhile and purchasing something more modern
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