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    The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.

    I did a search, and sorry if I missed it, but it looks like there is no all mountain hardtail thread.

    Well here's my hardtail that I use for an all mountain ride. I know that some of the parts are pretty beefy, but that will change with time.

    Frame: 2005 Devinci Hucker medium
    Fork: 2005 Marz Drop-off 130mm
    Brakes: Hayes HFX-9's 8" rotors
    Cranks: Truvative Hussefelt
    Front Derailleur: Sram X-Gen
    Rear Derailleur: Sram X-7
    Pedals:Generic flats, to be replaced ASAP
    Stem: Unknown Easton stem from the parts box
    Handlebar: OEM Rocky Mountain, only 25.4 bar I have
    Seatpost: Truvative XR
    Saddle: WTB Power V Comp
    Bottom Bracket: Truvativ Gigapipe DH LT
    Cassette: Shimano ?? 11-34
    Headset: FSA Orbit Z1.5R
    Grips: lock on's
    Tires: WTB Weirwolf Comp 26x2.5"
    Wheels: Double track's laced to XT hubs
    Weight: unofficial about 34-36 lbs





    -mike-

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    '06 Kona Scrap.
    Stock, except for grips and roach chainstay guard.
    Oh, and pirate bandaid cable rub protector.

    Not worth photographing :P

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    Addict

    203s weren't needed, back to the 160s.
    Avid J7
    Syncros Bearhug 50mm Stem
    Titec Hellbent riser bars
    SRAM x9 rear shifter
    ODI Rogue lock-on grips
    Some bar end caps I machined
    Chris King headset
    Rockshox Pike fork
    Hadley front and rear (108pt) hubs laced to Atomlab Trailpimps with DT spokes.
    Tubeless Holy Roller tires
    Saint cranks
    Kona Jackshit pedals
    e13 SRS chainguide
    Wipperman Connex 9x1 stainless steel chain
    XTR cables and housing
    XTR cassette
    SRAM x9 super short cage rear derailleur
    Hope QR seatpost clamp
    Thomson 27.2x330 seatpost
    WTB saddle
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    Frame: 2006/2007 Sinister Ridge medium
    Fork: 06 Z1 light
    Brakes: 180mm Magura Louise
    Cranks: XT
    Front Derailleur: XT w/ heim guide & blackspire roller
    Rear Derailleur: Sram X9
    Pedals:Azonic A frame
    Stem: 50mm thomson x4
    Handlebar: 31.8 EA70
    Seatpost: RF evolve dh
    Saddle: WTB rocket v
    Bottom Bracket: RF Atlas
    Cassette: Sram 11-32
    Headset: FSA Orbit Z1.5R
    Grips: ruffian w/ hope plugs
    Tires: spec'd 2.4 enduro front, 2.35K 60a highroller back
    Wheels: Hadley, syncros ds28
    Weight: not sure.. probably around 30

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    the FR/AM bike, balfa minuteman, 37 lbs


    the XC/AM bike, on-one inbred 29er, 25 lbs


    PS. unfluid one...that sinister is awesome.
    Last edited by ferday; 03-19-2007 at 08:33 AM.
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    Bought this bike new when I first started riding. I've upgraded most everything as things have either worn out or broken. Not the best, but it gets the job done. I'm hopefully going to upgrade to a F/S by the end pof the year so probably won't spend a lot on this one unless something has to be relaced to keep 'er running.

    Frame: 1998 Diamond back Topanga Comp
    Fork: Spinner Ricochet 100mm (would like to find something 120-130mm)
    Brakes: Avid Single Digit 7s w/ Speed dial 7 levers
    Cranks: Truvative FireX 22-32-Bash
    Front Derailleur: Shimano XT
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT
    Shifters: Shimano Deore (need to be replaced)
    Pedals: Crank Borother Candy Cs
    Stem: Generic
    Handlebar: Generic
    Seatpost: Generic
    Saddle: Titec Ithys Gove Ti
    Bottom Bracket: No clue, some squarer taper thing
    Cassette: Shimano XT 11-32
    Headset: 1 1/8 Aheadset
    Grips: Performance lock on's (look like ODI Ruffians for 1/2 the $$)
    Tires: Panaracer Fire XC 26x2.1"
    Wheels: Vuelta rims, generic hubs, straight gauge spokes (need to be replaced)
    Weight: unofficial about 30 lbs
    Go Big or Go Home

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    Mine. I use it for everything from dh to 4x Its half crappy half decent...

    Frame:'05 Ironhorse Yakuza Chimpira
    Fork: '06 66rc2x
    Brakes: Hayes mx-2 mechanical brakes 8" rotors (im saving for a pair of Magura Loises)
    Cranks: FSA Alpha drive
    Front Derailleur: Extremely crappy low end shimano
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore
    Pedals: Strange brand bmx pedals. Pretty nice
    Stem: generic
    Handlebar: generic
    Seatpost: generic once again (stuck with jb weld and locktite btw )
    Saddle: SDG
    Bottom Bracket: FSA ISIS
    Cassette: Shimano ?? 11-34
    Headset: FSA something
    Grips: ODI Ruffian lock on's
    Tires: WTB Motoraptors 2.4 (one blew up yesterday for being too close to the exaust pipe of a pickup )
    Wheels: WTB Dual Duy Fr with a Quando 20mm hub up front
    Weight: not very light but not too heavy

    Sorry for the crappy pic
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    i have found the 1.5" headtubes to be slightly larger in diameter than 1 1/8", plus or minus

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    Quote Originally Posted by 545cu4ch
    Mine. I use it for everything from dh to 4x Its half crappy half decent...

    Frame:'05 Ironhorse Yakuza Chimpira
    Fork: '06 66rc2x
    Brakes: Hayes mx-2 mechanical brakes 8" rotors (im saving for a pair of Magura Loises)
    Cranks: FSA Alpha drive
    Front Derailleur: Extremely crappy low end shimano
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore
    Pedals: Strange brand bmx pedals. Pretty nice
    Stem: generic
    Handlebar: generic
    Seatpost: generic once again (stuck with jb weld and locktite btw )
    Saddle: SDG
    Bottom Bracket: FSA ISIS
    Cassette: Shimano ?? 11-34
    Headset: FSA something
    Grips: ODI Ruffian lock on's
    Tires: WTB Motoraptors 2.4 (one blew up yesterday for being too close to the exaust pipe of a pickup )
    Wheels: WTB Dual Duy Fr with a Quando 20mm hub up front
    Weight: not very light but not too heavy

    Sorry for the crappy pic
    I think your saddle is a GDS... your way of sitting in the bike is wrong, trust me.

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    Here's mine. Used for a lot of other stuff.

    Frame: medium 2004 Norco Sasquatch
    Fork: Dirt Jumper III w/ 130mm damping (i know its not really an AM fork but like i said, i use it for a lot of other stuff.)
    Brakes: Hayes HFX-9 w/ 8" rotors
    Crankset: Truvative Hussefelt
    F Derailleur: Shimano Alivio
    R Derailleur: Shimano Deore
    Pedals: Wellgo DX flat (changing for DMR V8 soon)
    Stem: Axiom (DH stem, unknown model)
    Handlebar: Unknown (freeride bar)
    Seatpost: Axiom comp
    Saddle: Axiom freeride
    Bottom Bracket: Truvative ISIS Giga
    Casette: Shimano HG-30
    Headset: FSA (unknown model)
    Grips: Oury
    Tires: Kenda Kinetic
    Wheels: Alex MX-22 rims, Shimano M475 hubs, front 9mm bolt-on, rear QR axles.
    Weight: 36 lbs.

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    Mine. Yep, the picture sucks, but it's the only one I've got of the bike in it's current iteneration, and I'm too lazy to take another.

    Medium Haro Escape
    36 Vanilla RC2
    BB7s
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    Quote Originally Posted by fer83
    I think your saddle is a GDS... your way of sitting in the bike is wrong, trust me.
    Sh1t...
    Thanks for telling me. No wonder I felt "raped" after a ride ...
    Quote Originally Posted by sriracha
    "jesus would huck it"
    Quote Originally Posted by FoShizzle
    i have found the 1.5" headtubes to be slightly larger in diameter than 1 1/8", plus or minus

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    Quote Originally Posted by 545cu4ch
    Sh1t...
    Thanks for telling me. No wonder I felt "raped" after a ride ...
    take it easy, I'm only joking... I think that your bike has the perfect setup to do it all and don't worry about her except, you know, saddle position .

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    Quote Originally Posted by fer83
    take it easy, I'm only joking... I think that your bike has the perfect setup to do it all and don't worry about her except, you know, saddle position .
    Whats wrong? should I put my seat higher??
    Quote Originally Posted by sriracha
    "jesus would huck it"
    Quote Originally Posted by FoShizzle
    i have found the 1.5" headtubes to be slightly larger in diameter than 1 1/8", plus or minus

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    Addict? Never heard of it, but I'm droolin'.

    edit: Just went to their site...wow, Will. Nice ride!!!
    Last edited by chelboed; 03-19-2007 at 08:03 PM.

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    Peyto Cycles Wild Bill frame, 05 RS Pike Team, Hope/King wheels, Race Face/SRAM/Shimano mixed drive bits, Avid Juicy-5 brakes. Thomson stem/ProTaper bar/Gravity Dropper Descender post. (makes the bike even better!) Tires vary.

    I love this bike. It does it all. Got the frame for about half his regular price; not custom to me but, it was exactly what I wanted when shopping, and still is. At least for a hardtail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Peyto Cycles Wild Bill frame, 05 RS Pike Team, Hope/King wheels, Race Face/SRAM/Shimano mixed drive bits, Avid Juicy-5 brakes. Thomson stem/ProTaper bar/Gravity Dropper Descender post. (makes the bike even better!) Tires vary.

    I love this bike. It does it all. Got the frame for about half his regular price; not custom to me but, it was exactly what I wanted when shopping, and still is. At least for a hardtail.
    Hey scrublover, do you have a salsa skewer on your Pike? If you do, how does it work? Or is it a Pike w/different lowers?

    Here's my 456, an older pic, now its got a front derailleur, longer cranks, shorter stem, different bars. I'll post a new pic soon.
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    /me is totally jealous of all these pikes.
    school, work, or riding... pick two
    :P
    (based on how poor I am (very) guess which two )

    Nice bikes, Id be posting a pic of mine, but ran into some 'technical difficulties' in altering her from stock form.
    stupid brakes! lol, at least I got the saddle swap done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativeson
    Hey scrublover, do you have a salsa skewer on your Pike? If you do, how does it work?
    Yep. If you pull your Maxle apart, it'll be easy to see what I did; easier than me trying to describe it. The only extra bit I did was to machine (well, Dremel) part of the Salsa cam bit to replicate the shape of the cam bit on the Maxle. Been working great for nearly two years now, with no issues whatsoever. Salsa works, and I've got a Hope on my Lyrik, though that required a bit more work. The bits for the newer generation Maxles I think are not as friendly to being modded.

    Disclaimer: obviously RS would say to not do this/void your warrantee/blahblah. Do at your own risk, tighten everything up if you do it. And use Loctite on the skewer/lever bits that you replace, even though the female threaded portion has a lock/set screw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chelboed

    Addict? Never heard of it, but I'm droolin'.

    edit: Just went to their site...wow, Will. Nice ride!!!
    So I was scrolling down, and I saw the picture. I was like HEY! It's another Addict! Hmmm... Looks a lot like my bike... And then I realized it was my bike. Haha.

    Thanks for the compliment. I enjoy it. It gets the jobs done.

    Soul Cycles Roscoe


    Addict with some other parts a couple months ago


    Spare parts Haro Escape


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    Some very ill bikes. Keep em coming.
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    Frame: Voodoo Bakka Medium
    Fork: Manitou Black Super Air 120mm
    Brakes: Hayes HFX-9 HD 8" rotors
    Cranks: Bontrager Race
    Front Derailleur: Shimano SIS
    Rear Derailleur: Sram X-9
    Shifters: SRAM X-9
    Stem: Amoeba Borla
    Handlebar: OEM Giant
    Seatpost: Amoeba Borla
    Saddle: WTB Lazer V
    Bottom Bracket: Shimano Square Taper
    Cassette: SRAM Powerglide II
    Headset: Cane Creek s8
    Grips: ODI Yeti
    Tires: WTB Weirwolf 26x2.1"
    Wheels: Ringle Abbah S.O.S with Mavic 221

    Put something exciting between your legs. Ride a mountain bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 545cu4ch
    Whats wrong? should I put my seat higher??
    yes, I think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativeson
    Here's my 456
    yeah... what he said.


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    Other than a road bike...

    This is my only hardtail. It works real good on pavement...like most hardtails...but I did ride it on a dirt road too for some excitement.
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    Here are a few I've owned over time:

    Karate Monkey:



    Snipes 30-06 - fun bike!





    Surly Instigator with custom powdercoat - awesome ride!







    Niner EMD 9 - really fun 29er





    Zion 853 - 69er with White Brothers fork up front - short lived but fun



    I also rode is shortly with a Psylo up front:



    Now I've got this Vintage Marin:



    And this On One Inbred 29er single speed:




    And let's see I've also owned a Marin Nail Trail for a while, a Soul Cycles Hardline and a DMR Rhythm dirt jump bike.

    I wonder what'll be next!?
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    Well, my first post on this site, and here's my main bike. Built it up last winter/spring for a grand total of about $800 CDN. Nothing super fancy on here, but she's been a solid bike so far for the year or so I've been riding it.

    Frame-Brodie Brute (7000 Aluminum )
    Fork-2005 Marzocchi MX Comp
    Headset-WTB Momentum
    Crankarms-Shimano Deore LX
    B/B-Deore LX
    Pedals-Shimano 515
    Chain-Sram 970
    Cassette-Shimano Deore XT 11-32
    Handlebar-Bontranger Crowbar Select O/S
    Stem-Titec El Norte O/S
    Grips-ODI Rogue Lock-On's
    Brakes-Shimano Deore Discs
    Brake Levers-Avid SD 1.9
    Front Hub-Shimano Deore Disc
    Rear Hub-Shimano Deore Disc
    Front Tire-Conti Tracker Pro 2.0
    Rear Tire-Conti Tracker Pro 2.0
    Front Rim-Sun Rims Rhyno Lite 36 hole
    Rear Rim-Sun Rims Rhyno Lite 36 hole
    Saddle-Titec Ithys
    Seatpost-Stock Brodie
    Front Derailuer-Shimano Deore LX
    Rear Derailuer-Shimano Deore LX





    Titec El Norte and Bontranger Crowbar aren't shown as they're in the mail right now

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    Just an old 4130 british made hardtail
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    I love hardtails

    I consider this my all mountain rigid bike. (feel free to disagree on that terminology- its all good ). Anyhow, it is alot of fun and I ride it on the same trails as my Enduro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by urbanmtb87
    I consider this my all mountain rigid bike. (feel free to disagree on that terminology- its all good ). Anyhow, it is alot of fun and I ride it on the same trails as my Enduro.

    Wicked picture man!!! You're hucking stuff on a rigid that most of the fully guys here wouldn't touch...SWEET!!


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    Cove Handjob. Light, fast, slack, reliable.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jetta_mike
    Wicked picture man!!! You're hucking stuff on a rigid that most of the fully guys here wouldn't touch...SWEET!!


    -mike-
    Your "fully guys" must be XC racers or roadies or something.

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    I mean "here" as in this forum, not "here" as in where I live. In my necks of the woods we ride big bike fully's. Hell even the XC guys ride like that, there's not much tame terrain here.


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    No Chameleon yet? WTF!



    '05 Chameleon XL... still need to swap the big ring for a bashguard - I've already lost a couple of teeth (luckily on the ring only)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferday

    PS. unfluid one...that sinister is awesome.
    Thanks. ur on-one is sweet.. maybe get white rims too?

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    yummy, i like threads like this...

    Here are my two black hardtails:
    IH Maverick Comp (people don't know how strong it is!) - My citybike
    Norco Sasquatch - My agressive all-arounder...
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    Heres my Cannondale.

    2005 F300
    Stock Brakes
    Stock Crank
    Sun Black Rims
    Maxxis Larsen TT tires
    FOX TALAS fork
    Azonic Flatties
    Oury Grips
    SRAM X7 drivetrain "minus front draileur and shifter"
    No Bashguard

    The big gear has a few broken teeth now
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    Another Handjob...

    Its not light, but I built it with strength and reliability in mind. It rides well on my local trails and everywhere else its been since I put it together in 2003.

    19" Handjob frame
    Vanilla 125 R fork set to 100mm
    King Headset
    King ISO hubs laced to WTB LaserDisc rims
    Thomson stem and seatpost
    Hope skewers
    X7 triggers and rear derailer
    XT front derailer
    WTB Speed V saddle
    WTB Motoraptor 2.4s front and rear
    LX M580 cranks
    Avid BB7s: 185 front, 160 rear
    Time Alium pedals
    EA50 handlebar
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    Dany: what's the deal with the seat post on the Norco?
    is that some sort of telescoping seat post, or am I way off?
    (curious as a taller rider who likes XCing his DJ bike)

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    I dunno if you'd consider this AM but I do take it everywheres.



    Hiking is just walking where its okay to pee... Sometimes old people go hiking by accident. -Demetri Martin-

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    My 06 IronHorse Warrior with all new components. I haven't been able to test it out since I rebuilt it but I am very anxious to get out there.

    Ironhorse Warrior Frame
    Easton EA70 MonkeyBar
    Sette Edge stem
    Mavic Crossride wheelset
    Panaracer Fire XC pro rear tire
    Mytho XC front tire
    Avid BB7 brakes
    Avid speed dial brake levers
    Shimano lx shifters
    Shimano XT front & rear derialleurs
    Sram 9spd Cassette
    FSA orbit xl II headset w/carbon fiber spacer & fast fred's custom cap
    Shimano clipless pedals
    Sram hollow pin gold power link chain
    Manitou R7 elite fork
    Hope seatpost clamp
    Sette APX ultralight seatpost
    WTB pure v race saddle
    truvativ xflow cranks
    lizard skin moab lock grips


    I Fear No Beer

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    my baby

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    i ride both my rigid (for now) monocog and my blizzard on the same trails,XC or AM.
    some time this month,i'll be puttin a leftover ('nother project )100mm fork on the 'cog.
    the blizzard (rocky mtn)is set up right now w/ 2.1"s,100mm marzocchi and deore V's,but at least by the end of summer (hopefully) it'll be sportin 2.5 f/2.25 r tires,avid bb7's (i already have the wheelset:sun rhynolite's on lx disc hubs),and a 130mm fork (then the 'cog will get that m'zocchi,as it's a better fork than the leftover).
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    only pic i have of mine to date, taken on saturday! and yes do need to get rid of those reflector things!


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    My '00 Kona Caldera. Still running strong!!!
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    my scirocco

    i use this thing for everything. its my all mtn/freeride/all day epic bike
    climbing mode with the seat up

    little drop

    kool kicker over a crack
    I wish my grass was emo so it would cut itself...

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    My all mountain bomber hardtail

    Its a 04 Marin B-17 with nearly nothing stock.
    Pike Team air fork
    Holzfellers
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    SRAM 990 CASSETTE 11-32
    DT Swiss EX 5.1D Rim with 340 rear hub and red alloy nips
    Bontrager Earl front 20mm wheel
    Diablous stem
    Gamut chainguide and bashguard
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    Planniing on getting a DT Swiss front wheel like the back, saint brakes and a gravity dropper.
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    To me she's a Trail Bike.



    Here is my hardtail not much for now but hopefully this summer I'll get a new fork and then it should be complete.
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    Quote Originally Posted by urbanmtb87
    I consider this my all mountain rigid bike. (feel free to disagree on that terminology- its all good ). Anyhow, it is alot of fun and I ride it on the same trails as my Enduro.
    God it makes me so happy to see someone owning it on an $800 rigid bike. I'm sick of seeing pictures of 6"and 6" Hope/I9/GravityDropper/plat'num toof bikes in living rooms or rolling along hardpack under some dude with more armor than a riot squad cop.

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    my brand new baby
    06' Specialized hardrock pro




    hasn't seen a real trail yet, too cold the last couple days. sad...
    Specialized Hardrock Pro 06'

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    07' Trek 6500. I hit the trail for the first time this Tuesday.


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    Heres mine with more of an AM setup than it previously was:
    Hiking is just walking where its okay to pee... Sometimes old people go hiking by accident. -Demetri Martin-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haggis
    1999 Schwinn Homegrown Factory - still going strong
    I love my Tomato


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    I always did like the Homegrown rear triangle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chelboed
    I always did like the Homegrown rear triangle.
    Sexy...but Flexy. When I first got it there was virtually no rear braking power. I noticed that the seat stays would flex everytime I engaged the v-brake. Finally got the brake booster and all was/is good

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    06 Specialized Stumpy
    only upgrade for now is the Titec Pluto Carbon bars
    future upgrades: New stem, bars, hydrolic brakes, and clip in pedals!

    After a early spring ride!

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    '07 TREK 6500. Modifications: Race Face Diabolus O/S 50mm stem, SunRingle ZuZu pedals, SIC Livin Large 2" rise/28" wide/31.8mm bars, ODI Rogue Lock-On grips, WTB SST 2K saddle, TREK 9i Wireless computer and Harris Decals custom made "Gormont" (last name) decals for the top tube.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Hoefer
    Heres mine with more of an AM setup than it previously was:
    How is that spinner fork working for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetta_mike
    I mean "here" as in this forum, not "here" as in where I live. In my necks of the woods we ride big bike fully's. Hell even the XC guys ride like that, there's not much tame terrain here.


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    I love that stuff. Gotta love those xc guys who can rip dh too

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    Quote Originally Posted by panthro
    God it makes me so happy to see someone owning it on an $800 rigid bike. I'm sick of seeing pictures of 6"and 6" Hope/I9/GravityDropper/plat'num toof bikes in living rooms or rolling along hardpack under some dude with more armor than a riot squad cop.
    Actually, I originally built this bike for under 300 bucks with spare parts. (got the frame online for 180 and either already had, or got the rest of the stuff for cheap/free). I recently busted the rear wheel one too many times and decided to get a beefier rear wheel. So I guess it has cost me about 350 at this point. The bike weights a little above 27lbs.

    I really like seeing what is possible to ride on a such a stripped down bike. You can ride down almost any trail, unless it has huge manditory drops or gaps or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude
    i use this thing for everything. its my all mtn/freeride/all day epic bike
    climbing mode with the seat up

    little drop

    kool kicker over a crack

    Sweetness...
    Have you ever thought about trying 5-10 shoes? Those things are soo awesome for flat pedals. As someone how also rides clipless (use clipless on my Enduro with Sidis), I didn't want my feet to come off the pedals with flats. The 5-10s do the job really well. I was amazed. Check 'em out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLX
    How is that spinner fork working for you?
    Ehh its not that great of a fork. It came off of my IH Yakuza Aniki and was ridden on that for about 3 months. The fork has basically no adjustments at all and is not all that plush feeling. But I am a college student and it was laying around my garage and I decided to put it back to use on this project. The fork isnt all bad though. Its extremely beefy the stantions are super wide and the fork seems bombproof its just not that great of a ride compared to a high end fork.
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    Great lookin' father-son rides, Greg WJs! Hopefully you boys get out there and enjoy some Spring riding together.

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    What I used to ride. Was a very fun bike for all kinds of riding from trails to parks. Those tires sucked in mud!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshal Dillon
    Great lookin' father-son rides, Greg WJs! Hopefully you boys get out there and enjoy some Spring riding together.
    We have. Now I've got to get a Hotrock 24 for his brother!

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    FSA Pig DH Pro Headset
    Shitted out Deore hubs
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    My first post.





    My only bike.

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    Mine.

    '05 IH Bakuto, still stock except for grips... not for long
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    2006 Norco EXC 1.0 HT - 22.5 lbs



    Here is the specs.
    2005 Marzocchi EXR Pro suspension fork,(new Fox F100x going on next week)
    Ritchey WCS handlebar 550mm length, 5 degree bend, 25.4mm clamp headset clamp size.
    ODI Oury handlebar grips Lock-on grip system with Odi end caps.
    Thomson Elite stem SM-E102 110mm, 5 degree rise, 25.4mm handlebar clamp,
    CHris King Headset
    Carbon stem/headset spacer.
    Thomson Elite seatpost SP-E113 27.2mm diameter, 410mm length.
    Selle Italia Flite Saddle Titanium rails.
    Magura Louise front & rear disk brakes 160mm rotors.
    Shimano XTR shifters SL-M952.
    Shimano XTR front derailleur FD-M961.
    Shimano XTR rear derailleur RD-M960.
    Avid Rollamajig.
    Shimano XTR bottom bracket BB-M952 68X112.5mm, octalink V1.
    Shimano XTR cranks, RE-painted with new logos & cleared FC M-952 175 mm length, 24/34/46 chainrings.
    Shimano XT rear cassette CS-M750 12-34 9 speed.
    Shimano XTR chain CN-7701.
    Mavic Crossmax Enduro disk front & rear wheels 2006, tubeless UST.
    Mavic Crossmax XL front & rear skewers.
    Hutchinson Python front & rear tubeless tires.
    Platform pedals

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    SC Chameleon in da house...dual speed that is.

    Quote Originally Posted by trialsrookie
    No Chameleon yet? WTF!
    99 Z1 BAM, oh so plush! Will be soon swapping the lower with QR20.
    Frame is so stiff that 30.9mm seat post does not agree with my butt. Swapped with 27.2 with shim...much better!
    Running 34t & 22t front with 18t rear.
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    Frame: Kinesis K6 Aluminum
    Fork: Revelation 409\ lock out
    Crank: TruVativ FireX GXP
    B/B: TruVativ GXP
    F/Derailleur: XTR 971
    R/Derailleur: XTR 970 RR
    Shifters: XT Rapid Fire
    Headset: Ritchey
    Handlebar: Ritchey SC
    Stem: Ritchey Rizer
    Seat Post: Ritchey Comp
    Seat Clamp: HOPE - Q\R
    Skewers: HOPE - Q\R
    Saddle: WTB Speed V
    Spokes: WTB 14g
    Hubs: WTB Speed disc
    Rims: WTB Speed disc
    Brakes: Avid BB7 F \ 203mm
    Brakes: Avid BB5 R\160mm
    Tires: Panaracer Trail Blaster
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    It's my everything...

    everything bike that is. I ride this thing anywhere and everywhere. Jumps, drops, trails, trails with jumps and drops. Really fast, really slow. Climbed up 8 miles straight, just to ride back down. I love this bike and can't imagine having another. It literally does everything. It's a Santa Cruz Chameleon with all the goodies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gallantphoto
    2006 Norco EXC 1.0 HT - 22.5 lbs



    Here is the specs.
    2005 Marzocchi EXR Pro suspension fork,(new Fox F100x going on next week)
    Ritchey WCS handlebar 550mm length, 5 degree bend, 25.4mm clamp headset clamp size.
    ODI Oury handlebar grips Lock-on grip system with Odi end caps.
    Thomson Elite stem SM-E102 110mm, 5 degree rise, 25.4mm handlebar clamp,
    CHris King Headset
    Carbon stem/headset spacer.
    Thomson Elite seatpost SP-E113 27.2mm diameter, 410mm length.
    Selle Italia Flite Saddle Titanium rails.
    Magura Louise front & rear disk brakes 160mm rotors.
    Shimano XTR shifters SL-M952.
    Shimano XTR front derailleur FD-M961.
    Shimano XTR rear derailleur RD-M960.
    Avid Rollamajig.
    Shimano XTR bottom bracket BB-M952 68X112.5mm, octalink V1.
    Shimano XTR cranks, RE-painted with new logos & cleared FC M-952 175 mm length, 24/34/46 chainrings.
    Shimano XT rear cassette CS-M750 12-34 9 speed.
    Shimano XTR chain CN-7701.
    Mavic Crossmax Enduro disk front & rear wheels 2006, tubeless UST.
    Mavic Crossmax XL front & rear skewers.
    Hutchinson Python front & rear tubeless tires.
    Platform pedals

    One hell of a build...
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    Hey Orange I have one of those too! here she is:




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    2001 chameleon


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    wow, that's a clean bike.

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    my Trek 9.8 next to a downed tree at Franklin St. a few days ago that knocked down power lines. This is one of the many trees that knocked down power lines downtown, which t.v. news reporters filmed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ussprinceton2004
    my Trek 9.8 next to a downed tree at Franklin St. a few days ago that knocked down power lines. This is one of the many trees that knocked down power lines downtown, which t.v. news reporters filmed.

    "Hardtail saves tree from harsh landing".

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    Here's my Prince Albert

    This is my favorite bike of the quiver...don't tell the others, though. I don't need a catfight on my hands!

    Frame: Dialled Bikes <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com<ST1Prince Albert</st1:City>, Small (15.5”)
    Fork: Marzocchi Marathon XC

    Crankset: Race Face Evolve XC, X-Type, 170 mm
    Chainrings: Race Face Evolve XC, 44-32-22
    BB: Race Face X-Type

    Cassette: SRAM PG-990, 9 spd., 11-34
    Chain: SRAM PC-99
    F. Der.: Shimano LX, 28.6 mm, TPBS
    R. Der.: Shimano XT, Long Cage, Traditional Rise
    Shifters: Shimano XT, 9 spd., Traditional Rise
    Cables: Avid Flack Jackets

    Headset: Cane Creek S2, 1.125”
    Spacers: Miscellaneous
    Stem: Race Face Evolve XC, 25.4 mm, 90 mm
    Handlebars: Dialled Bikes Pablo Esco Bars, 26”, 1.5”
    Grips: Lizard Skins Logo Lock-on

    Brakes: Avid BB-7 Mechanical Disc, 185 mm F/160 mm R
    Brake Levers: Avid Speed Dial 7
    Cables: Avid Flack Jackets

    Hubs: Shimano XT Disc
    Spokes: DT, 14 gauge, black
    Nipples: Brass, silver
    Rims: Mavic XM 321

    Tires: WTB MotoRaptor 26 x 2.25, Kevlar
    Tubes: 26 x 2.3, Presta

    Seat: WTB Pure, Titanium
    Seatpost: Thompson Elite, 26.8 mm
    Clamp: Salsa QR, 28.6 mm
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    I like to call this my AM Hardtail
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    Hi guys. Here's my Voodoo Bakka updated pic.
    Now with a 97' White Industries Crank, a DIY alu bashguard and Crank Brothers 5050xx pedals.


    Put something exciting between your legs. Ride a mountain bike.

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    Here is the rig I am trying to set up:
    -xt 761 front/rear drlrs
    -lx crank
    -shimano mega range 34 tooth caset
    -Avid Ball Bearing Seven Disc Brake '06
    -Shimano Alivio ST-MC20 8SP Shifter/Bl
    -:Easton EA70 MTN Seatpost '07
    - FSA OS-150/ 90 Degree Stem
    -Rock Shox Tora 318 Coil U-Turn Fork '07
    - Shimano XT Disc/Rhyno Lite XL Wheelset
    -FSA xc 190 handle bars.
    Any advice recomendations?

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    Moro: might want a frame to hang all that stuff on

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    I have one it is my old 04 hardrock comp frame

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    99 Orange Msisle 15" Frame
    Marzocchi Z1 Bam Forks
    Orange Supercross Bars
    Orange CNC Stem
    Tioga Team DH seat
    FSA Orbit XL Headset
    Middleburn RS7 Cranks
    RaceFace 38T DH Chainring
    DMR V12 Pedals
    Hope C2 Hydraulic brakes
    185mm Disc front
    165mm Disc rear
    Hope BULB hubs front and rear
    Mavic D521 CD rims front and rear
    XT 8 Speed casette
    XT 8 speed rear mech
    Sachs chain
    STX-RC 8 speed shifter
    Lizard Skins dual compound grips
    Bullet Bros chain tensioner
    Michelin Allmountain 2.2 dual compund tyres



    Specialized Rockhoper Disc 05 model, stock, but, less the reflectors!



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    07 marin rocky ridge



    stock, with a kalloy seatpost, x-7 triggers, a ritchey girder front wheel, usually clipless pedals and a fatguy spring (which is too much... mistake). This is easily the most fun bike i've ever had.

    photo is on top of monte vina near san jose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    Here are a few I've owned over time:



    Awesome! I have that exact frame in my garage, tis going to undergo a singlespeed commuter transformation verrry soon. I've never actually seen another one before, do you know what year they are?

    Cheers
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    Chromag

    Frame: 2007 Chromag Samurai
    Fork: 2007 Rockshox Pike 454 coil
    Brakes: Avid juicy 7 185mm front and 160mm rear
    Cranks: Shimano XT with Race Face bash guard and Black Spire chain guide
    Front Derailleur: Shimano XT
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT
    Pedals: Shimano 647
    Stem: Thomson X4 90mm
    Handlebar: FSA Gravity Light
    Seatpost: Gravity Dropper
    Saddle: SDG
    Cassette: sram 990 11-34
    Headset: Chris King
    Grips: Odi lock ons
    Tires: 26x2.35 Maxxis High Roller UST
    Wheels: DT Swiss D5.1
    Hubs: Hope xc rear Marzocchi 20mm T/A front
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwillywish
    That's a pink looking bike you got there!

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    This is my 'AM/FR' hardtail hardtail; it's a Cotic BFe - Reynolds 853 main triangle. I'm 6'2" and it's a medium (17.5") frame.

    I went for sturdy, reliable kit rather than anything fancy; AM SL1 forks, 203mm Juicy 5's, X9 shifters and rear mech, XT front mech and chainset, Thomson post, Hope stem, Easton bars, SDG saddle... wheels are Magura branded DT 440 hubs and DT5.1 rims. Have just been converted (well, for a while anyway!) to single ply Maxxis Minions; they're a bit heavy and slow but the grip on non-surfaced trails is awesome - and I can run them at a reasonably low pressure without my lardy ass causes too many pinchflats.

    (I cannot sing the praises of the Rohlof SLT-99 chain enough; I am convinced of its contribution to transmission longevity. I have had two on different bikes for several months and neither shows any chain elongation. Also, the pin retention force is higher than that of even the SRAM Cross-step.)

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    Cool-blue Rhythm My Monster:

    06 Hardrock Pro. I love this bike, It does everything!

    Specs can be found on The Specialized website, click on Technical Specifications

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    Quote Originally Posted by BartBoy
    06 Hardrock Pro. I love this bike, It does everything!

    Specs can be found on The Specialized website, click on Technical Specifications
    What's the fender on that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aridese
    What's the fender on that?
    To be honest, I'm not sure! It came from the LBS about a year ago, its pretty decent! I will have a look on the web for ya later!

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