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    Another vote for Turner RFX, should never has sold mine, perhaps not as good on the clock compared to more modern geometry or suspenion, but still the best handling and fun bike I have owned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwyooaj View Post
    santa cruz butcher.
    yes. This.

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    Originally posted by dwyooaj:
    "Santa cruz butcher"
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    yes. This.
    paid spam: Mine is up for sale in teh classifieds if anyone's interested:2010 santa cruz butcher medium black - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories
    '14 rocky mountain altitude, rally edition
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    I just let one RIP
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    Giant Warp. May not have been a true AM bike, but it had 5 inches in 2002 and I rode it like an AM bike. Lusted after a VT, but ended up with a Reign.
    A ride a day keeps the therapist away.

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    Any of the Kona Stinky bikes.

    Strong (if a bit porky) frames, pedaling friendly geometry and an affordable price tag.

    I've got a Stinky Six that I'd dressed up in DH drag, but I'm considering paring it back down to a more enduro or AM costume - really the only things I'd have to do are change the tires, rear shock and fork.
    Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined. H.D. Thoreau.

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    I loved the Banshee Chaparral I had a couple of years ago. Still wish I hadn't sold it.


    *Not my bike, but very similar

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    Does an SC Heckler 26" count?
    Pretty versatile bike, but dead simple.

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    I had a 99-00 era Gt XCR-Le with a option long travel coil shock conversion, Marz Jr.t and a bunch of other goodie's that was a total blast to ride. Sold it to fund some other stuff and wish I never did. It was always a fun go anywhere bike. If it popped up locally I'd probly grab it back up again.

    I also has a Kona Stinky that was a blast to rail around. Sold that one to a friend that swore he was going to start riding. Hasnt been out once.
    13 Banshee Rune, Pushed Fox 36Float RC2, I9 Blunt35's

    T1 barcode, pitchfork's, Hazard light's and profile's

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    Quote Originally Posted by woofer2609 View Post
    Does an SC Heckler 26" count?
    Pretty versatile bike, but dead simple.
    And to be quite frank, its now Simply Dead
    The obsession of wheels fused with the passion of cycling
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    Love my Specialized Pitch Pro...and both my sons have 26" Hecklers...I'm building up my dream santa cruz carbon nomad, but I'll keep the Pitch (and my boy's Hecklers) for their versatility...

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    Just Joshin' ya!
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    I was a fan of both the Versus Blitz II and the Banshee Chaparral. Both of them were so overbuilt and heavy. My Pivot Firebird will run circles around both of them both up and down, but man, at the time, they were so cool. I stole this pic off the forums.
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    What do we want? TIME TRAVEL! When do want it? THAT'S IRRELEVANT!

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