in my opinion yes. I have a forgotten victim 2010, (the purple one). My only problem i had with it that was major was that I just realized that the little stud on the crank arm that goes into the sprocket is broken, i mean the weld just broke and its practically hanging out and i haven't even had a chance to test the bike on a good set of dirt jumps or a skate park, I wouldn't go by that though. This was yesterday (8th of feb 2011), i got the bike 9 months ago (may 12 2010). The only other problem I have had is that since i bout the bike the rear wheel was of center and kinda wobbly but only a bit, again i wouldn't say that means all forgotten's will have that "defect". Forgotten bikes are good for supplying cheaper (and lighter) bikes with good stats (sealed in bearings, cromoly stuff ect) for younger riders. If you have more money then you could get a better bike such as a colony, WTP ect not kink though a lot of people i know say they're really bad (including me). In other words if you want a good cheaper starting bike with respectable stats forgotten wont let you down, haro might, and haro's are heavy and REALY ugly looking.
Haro bikes are very expensive. Just the bike frame by itself can range from $170 to $300. An entire Haro bike can cost as much as $1050.
I like MirraCo Bikes. I have an 07 FiveStar Park that's pretty much indestructible. Their frame designs, albeit a little heavy when fully equipped with pegs, brakes, etc., are tough. I'm yet to hurt my bike, I've had it for a few years now, and it's completely stock expect for the seat and pegs. In short, yes. They're good bikes, especially for the price. But note, it also depends on how abusive you are to it. Like anything, if you're trying to break it, you probably will ;) Good luck.
There is no data to prove that a Haro bike is any better or worse than a Mirraco bike. There are many strong supporters of each brand. It will be a personal decision based on the features you are looking for.
ruption bmx bikes are good but we the people are just a little bit better
no to mountain bikes and trick bikes but yes to the ones called "street bikes" with flat edged tires
Because they were better than anyone else.
yes it is but i have forgotten why
Neither is better than the other It's simply down to personal preference Some factors to consider are: 20 inch bikes are easier to jump and you can jump higher 24 inch bikes are better for jumping large gaps on, and will often have better brakes than 20 inch bikes (20 inch bikes usually have U brakes while 24 inch bikes have disks)
I own KTM SX & Yamaha dirt bikes and a Honda quad. I have more fun on the bikes. I feel like I have more control than I have on my quad. But my 17 year old like his quad better than a dirtbike. So no I dont think atv's are better Its just what you prefer and are comfortable with.
two stoke bikes have more power then 4 storke. 4 storke are better for trail riding and 2 stroke are better for racing
no a premium is a little better than the fit cause premium bikes dont break that much