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neither, both will break. just get a t-pro like every other beginner.

I don't see why the T-mag has such a bad reputation! of breaking, ive only ever heard of 2 braking, and to be honnest, Onza are one of the leading bike trials manafacturer's and they're not going to produce a bike frame which breaks within a matter of months.

and to answer the initial question. How much are you willing to spend? have you ridden any other bikes? i've got a mission if your interested :-

Mike!!!

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Wit would be the best bike me a koxx xtp mod or onza t-mag.I am 11 12 in 1 month (Y)

woh hold on a second mate they are completely different bikes from each other and at completely different prices.

if you are just starting out think about a t-pro or summit like that the xtp is for a bit good (no offence) to start on.

hope this helps and hope you find the right bike for you.

steve (Y)

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A Koxx XTP for a beginner....A 12 year old beginner?? Really not worth it to be honest....Start with a T-Pro or something that doesn't cost like a grand?

Christ this falkirk crew keeps getting bigger and bigger! It's massive compared to when i started riding!

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I don't see why the T-mag has such a bad reputation! of breaking, ive only ever heard of 2 braking, and to be honnest, :-

Mike!!!

on my mates the bash plate and mounts crushed into the frame.

if your a beginner most people will say t-pro good bike to learn other than that just get the bike you like as you will get so many people saying different bikes because they like them and you might not in the end.

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I don't see why the T-mag has such a bad reputation! of breaking, ive only ever heard of 2 braking, and to be honnest, Onza are one of the leading bike trials manafacturer's and they're not going to produce a bike frame which breaks within a matter of months.

and to answer the initial question. How much are you willing to spend? have you ridden any other bikes? i've got a mission if your interested :-

Mike!!!

i have been ridin for about 5 months now and i have found a xtp cheap

A Koxx XTP for a beginner....A 12 year old beginner?? Really not worth it to be honest....Start with a T-Pro or something that doesn't cost like a grand?

Christ this falkirk crew keeps getting bigger and bigger! It's massive compared to when i started riding!

Yeah Falkirk is good to ride.I think because have no been to much other places to match it with.

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I don't see why the T-mag has such a bad reputation! of breaking, ive only ever heard of 2 braking, and to be honnest, Onza are one of the leading bike trials manafacturer's and they're not going to produce a bike frame which breaks within a matter of months.

and to answer the initial question. How much are you willing to spend? have you ridden any other bikes? i've got a mission if your interested :-

Mike!!!

Can you put some pictures on of the mission.

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I agree with most of the people, with them saying you should get a T-Pro. The T-Pro seems to be a good bike for all capabilities, so that would be your best bet. Don't buy the Xtp, it will just be a waste of money for your first bike, and the T-Mag hasn't had very good reviews.

Get a T-Pro. (Y)

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