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  1. #76
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    I once bought a mountain bike for $90+. Didn't last very long.

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    That is a 1995 Hoo Koo E Koo! I have one exactly like that one sitting in my garage right now, needing some repair. I ultimately decided to buy new when I got back into the sport earlier this year. Been thinking about resurrecting the ole Hoo Koo E Koo though, it was a great bike...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wahday View Post
    My 199? Gary Fisher Hoo Koo E Koo. Craigslist $150. A pretty good deal. This is one tough mutha of a frame! All original components. Swapped out headset, bars (replaced with an old Crowbar riser), fork (replaced original crappy suspension with rigid), saddle and pedals. Threw on a pair of Panaracer FireXC Pro's and I'm off! Been upgrading as things wear or break, but this thing is gonna live a LONG time, despite my abuse.

    My ride of choice on flatlands. It hauls, its tight and "I like to ride rigid!"
    That is a 1995 Hoo Koo E Koo! I have one exactly like that one sitting in my garage right now, needing some repair. I ultimately decided to buy new when I got back into the sport earlier this year. Been thinking about resurrecting the ole Hoo Koo E Koo though, it was a great bike...

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    Some amazing finds. I had no such luck when I was in the market.

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    haha this is awesome

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    I gots this one just this week for $140. my first mountain bike and my first bike since I was, like, 10 years old.

    please tell me I didn't overpay...



    it's a n Iron Horse Quantum II.

    meow.

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    looks good. disc brakes, rock shox fork those parts are worth more than you paid

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    ya, great bike for $140. the seat even looks comfy... the stem is pretty long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HumboldtBrad View Post
    looks good. disc brakes, rock shox fork those parts are worth more than you paid

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    I like it. Wish I could've found something like that for that price. I had to new because the stuff that was out there was crap and way over priced.

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    whew. thanks guys. big relief knowing I didn't overpay.

    now, to ride!

    meow.

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    diamondback topanga YES. TOPANGA. HAHA.



    JK. I purchased this bike from my local sports authority (ready to get flamed). It was advertised for 399 on sale (orig. 649). I used the 20% off coupon and it came out to 319. then i added the 3 year warranty/bike tune-ups for 60. so i basically paid 400 and some change.

    here she is...my commute to work!




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    I bet Topanga has a mean fur bicsuit

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    oh, man. Topanga was the object of my desires when I was younger.

    ah, nostalgia.

    meow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollingAround View Post
    I bet Topanga has a mean fur bicsuit

    hahaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamunchien View Post
    oh, man. Topanga was the object of my desires when I was younger.

    ah, nostalgia.

    meow.

    oh yes topanga back then... have you seen how she looks now???

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    Bought this Bike for $170 at Craigslist then transferred my old wheels and brakes on to it. Used some elbow grease to clean it, now my girlfriend has a new bike
    2008 Cannondale F6
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    '84 Schwinn Sierra - Bought it for $50 from a friend, stripped it down - repainted it matte black and converting it to a single speed as a commuter bike.

    I'll post pics up soon when it's done!

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    diamond back is prolly the best with that price range.....

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    I'm currently riding a stock 2011 Trek 3500 Disc.

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    $400 even steven... CDN.

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    Just picked up a 2005 Trek Fuel 70 for $175. Looks to be in very good condition and was upgraded with hydraulic brakes. I wasn't looking for it but I couldn't pass it up for my son.Post your less than 0 mountain bike-imageuploadedbytapatalk1338915612.434722.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bustermin View Post
    Just picked up a 2005 Trek Fuel 70 for $175. Looks to be in very good condition and was upgraded with hydraulic brakes. I wasn't looking for it but I couldn't pass it up for my son.Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice find, the cost of brakes was probably around your purchase price.
    Bikes, lots'o bikes

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    EDIT: My reading comprehension is lacking this morning.... lol
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    Post your less than 0 mountain bike-imageuploadedbytapatalk1338996117.728364.jpg

    Only picture I have now. Excuse the mess...I just moved.

    Trek 4500, dart 3, avid bb7 disc brakes, deore front and rear dérailleur. $400 but I am going to have to change the bottom bracket since it must have a bad bearing.

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