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    Here is my little bike:


    Fly Bikes Pantera 4 Frame
    Odyssey S2 Director Fork
    Odyssey Elementary V3 Stem
    Eclat Dual Integrated Headset
    Fly Bikes Tierra Grande Bars
    ODI Longnecks Grips
    Fly Bikes Cranks and Spanish BB
    Superstar Pimp Disc Chainwheel - to be changed to Flybikes Circulo
    Premium Slim PC Pedals (Flybikes Ruben in the picture)
    KMC 710SL chain
    Fly Bikes Front Wheel
    KHE MAC2 Folding Park Tire (now - KHE Dirt)
    MacNeil Primary Cassette Wheel
    KHE MAC2 Folding Street Tire
    Dans' ultralight tubes
    Eclat Complex PC Seat/Post Combo

    Flybikes lever and U-brakes - on and off. It is not as clean nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curmy
    Here is my little bike:

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    Did you notice that your front wheel is stuck in a tree!?

    Haha that bike is super clean man. Diggin the colors.
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    Heres my BMX bike.

    Standard STA Ox-Platinum, Standard fork, profile casset hubs (14mm rear), Profile cranks, sealed everything.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tibug
    Rear hub: KHE Reverse ACB LHD 9t
    Just curious, why the freecoaster?


    And since this looks like a bmx thread, I gotta show my Standard
    Worked at Trek/Fisher dealer 2008-2013. Only a little biased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blunderbuss
    Just curious, why the freecoaster?


    And since this looks like a bmx thread, I gotta show my Standard
    Beautiful!

    Yea, no one has anything to say about my Mountain Cycle!

    I love doing fakie tricks, and a freecoaster is a good thing to learn with. Contrary to popular belief, it's really not all that much easier than a cassette, except that its easier to time things. However, you can't use ANY pedal pressure for half-cabs or full-cabs or any backwards rotational tricks. I used a ton of pedal kick when I had a cassette, and now everything's so much harder! Also, I liked that freecoasters are completely silent. And last but not least, I got it for like 50$ because it's the LHD 48 hole model that no one wants lol.
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    I really do like the Mountain Cycle. After riding my mountain bike, my BMX bike feels like a toy. Going from the BMX to the mountain is no big deal as far as handling the bike, but the other way around is hard. I would like to get something like that just for jumping. I wouldnt even mind getting a cruiser BMX bike and try racing again.

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    dig the mountaincycle, tibug. lovin that Standard, too. just sold my Standard cruiser and thinking of gettin back on 20s to play on. gotta love bmxicans!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blunderbuss
    And since this looks like a bmx thread, I gotta show my...
    ...Sunday


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    were those stickers on your fork stanchions in the first post??
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    Quote Originally Posted by charging_rhinos
    were those stickers on your fork stanchions in the first post??
    Nah, they're Rockshox's incremental markers for ease of travel/sag settings.


    This isn't my bike, but it shows what I'm saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tibug
    Nah, they're Rockshox's incremental markers for ease of travel/sag settings.
    I think he was asking about the Shiver - which is inverted, so those are not the stanchions, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curmy
    I think he was asking about the Shiver - which is inverted, so those are not the stanchions, right?
    Ah yes, I misread "first post" as "first picture." Thanks!

    Yea, those are stickers on the uppers...which are really the legs, because as Curmy said, it's a Marzocchi Shiver inverted fork. I loved the fork but it was just too short for the bike...I encountered toe overlap sometimes and it blew through travel too quick...I needed something to rake out the front end more, so I spent 200$ on a new-condition Pike!!!

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