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  1. #251
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    Here is mine, a stock 09 Hardrock sport. I like looking at pictures of others bikes, especially the safety stickers on some of the bikes. I removed one still at the bike shop on my bike.

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    2009 Specialized Hardrock Sport in satin bronze
    2009 DiamondBack Lux the wifes

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    My Entry Level

    My Maverick 5.5

    Upgrades:
    Rock Shox Tora 318 Solo Air
    Race Face Ride XC crankset
    Yeti Hardcore grips
    Easton EA70 bar
    Easton Vice AM stem
    Selle San Marco saddle
    Slime SRT "Tubeless" tires - just got em this week, need to try em on trail.
    SRAM X.7 rear derailleur, shifters, 9 spd cassette in the mail
    Nashbar Moab clipless pedals also on the way

    good times!
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    2007 Iron Horse Quantum 2

    Upgrades:
    Easton EA70 Bar
    ODI Ruffian Lock-On Grips






    2003 Specialized RockHopper Comp – Built Up From Frame As A Budget Bike

    Parts
    Rock Shox Dart 1
    WTB Dual Duty Wheelset
    Shimano XT Rear Derailleur
    Shimano Deore Front Derailleur
    Sette White Lock On Grips
    Sette Venn Alloy Seatpost
    Sette Venn Mountain Stem
    Sram PC 850 Chain w/ Powerlink 2008
    Wellgo LU-964 Pedals
    Gatorbrake Mechanical Disc Brakes x2







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    06 Jamis Dakar XLT 3.0 frame built w/ my choice of components...












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    Here is my 09 Zaskar.


    Been riding for 2 months, and loving it. I have only changed a few minor things from stock. Overall I love the bike, and feel it is a great first bike.

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    mY ENTRY LEVEL (AND only)....2009 Giant Rincon


    Along with my only modification : an extended pedal!

    " NO MAN HAS EVER BEEN SHOT WHILE DOING THE DISHES ! "
    2009 Giant Rincon Disc

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    Man, there's a lot of nice "entry level" bikes in here...

    Mine: Forge Sawback. Love it.
    Only changes thus far:
    Easton EA30 flat bar (apparently they don't make an EA50 or EA 70 flat in 25.4mm diameter)
    Lizard Skins chainstay protector
    Ordered and in the mail: WOOdman Chupa Carbon bar ends.
    Dirt.
    Reading around to see what I may like to swap out next. Bashguard is definitely next on the list though, along with some padded shorts.



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    [QUOTE=dwfoster63]mY ENTRY LEVEL (AND only)....2009 Giant Rincon

    Along with my only modification : an extended pedal!
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    What With those? Are you extremely bowlegged? I dont understand those...... Looks dangerous
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    heres my modified olpran patriot, the brand that gets alot of heat on this forum





    as you can see ive made a few cheap upgrades to get rid of the weak points on the bike, rides like a champ, ive never been happier with this trail rider.

    2008 Olpran Patriot 18"

    * Frame: 6061 Aluminum With Replaceable Dropout
    * Fork: Spinner Rigid
    * Wheels: Alloy Quick Release Front and Rear
    * Freewheel: Shimano MF-T07, 14/28T 7 Speed
    * Shifters: Shimano RevoShift 21 Speed
    * Brakes: Avid Single Digit 5 (Front/Rear)
    * Levers: Avid FR-5
    * Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-TZ30
    * Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney
    * Cranks: Prowheel Black 170mm, 42/34/24T
    * Pedals: 9/16 with Boron axle/Steel cage
    * Bottom Bracket: Cartridge
    * Saddle: WTB Speed V Comp Red w/ 243 T6 Seatpost
    * Tires: Innova 26"x1.95"
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    There is only one Bike Forum standard... quality is directly proportional to money spent.

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    Here is my O.G. I wish I hadn't sold it. Oh well my Trance X1 makes up for that sadness realy quick.


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    Smile

    Heres mine. All stock.
    My Ride - 2009 Norco Rival - Single speed

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    apparently the photo size was to large sorry lol..
    My Ride - 2009 Norco Rival - Single speed

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    My Trek 4300. First pic, sorry for the size, was taken with my cell phone. River Trails in Lawrence. Second, Three Sisters Trail, Coloado.

    Upgrades...
    Maxxis Ignitors
    Egg beaters
    Oury lock on grips

    In the budget.
    New fork
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    litespeed 09

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    Just picked it up 2 hours ago. 2008 Scott aspect 40. Brand new left over with free tune ups as long as I own the bike. LBS was great. Picked her up for $375. My first MTB.



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    Quote Originally Posted by burtronix
    2006 Iron Horse Warrior Team SE from Dick's. Paid $300.

    Upgrades:
    • Kaloy seat post
    • Egg Beater pedals
    • scored a sweet deal on a new XT rear dérailleur from eBay (after the Alivio wore out)
    • cheap bar-end grips
    • Lizard Skins chainstay protector
    • SRAM chain with Power Link
    • WTB Velociraptor rear tire
    • SRAM 8-speed cassette with 34 tooth big ring (not installed yet)
    • scored another sweet deal on an LX front dérailleur from Chainlove (not installed yet)


    This is an old photo - I'm using a hydration pack instead of the seat bag & the reflectors are gone.

    The next logical upgrade would be the fork, but any decent fork would cost as much as the bike & the other upgrades combined, so maybe I'll just save up a while & upgrade bikes instead. I'd like to get a DW Link XC race machine.

    sweet board dude

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    I can finally make my contribution.

    20" '08 haro flightline two, bought not quite a year ago. I use this to get around campus when at school and trail ride pretty often. necessity has brought about a lot of upgrades but the frame has held strong. I'm 6'3 ~265 and can ride pretty hard. I have done all the work on this bike myself and will continue to do so.

    upgrades:

    derore hubs on sun rhyno lite rims
    truvativ stylo 1.1 gxp crankset with giga x pipe bb
    shimano lx rear derailleur (free from a parts bin, a little beat up but works beautifully)
    white dmr v8 pedals
    oury lockon grips
    wtb speed v comp saddle
    kool stop mtb brake pads
    sram pg-850 cassette and pc-830 chain
    all new jagwire cables and housings
    avid fr-5 brake lever for the front
    lots of dirt









    future upgrades:

    avid bb7s front and rear
    avid fr-5 lever for the rear and sram attack shifter for rear derailleur
    easton ea70 bars...undecided stem
    new tires...currently undecided
    salsa seat post clamp
    new fork...tora maybe?

    I know it's a lot for a cheap bike like this but what I've already done was out of necessity and being this far into it I figure why not keep going? I'll probably just transfer everything to a different frame when the time comes and be ready to roll.

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    Spoiled Newbie Bike...after first trail ride, dirt shaken off

    Cannondale F4 BBQ 2009

    - Blackburn Mars 3.0 Light Combo
    - Thudbuster ST
    - WTB Comfort V Comp Saddle
    - Specialized Mini Bag
    - Salsa Pepperjack Grips Black/Red
    - Wellgo LU-313 Pedals
    - Cateye Wireless Computer
    - Generic Bell




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    '05 Specialized Hardrock Sport Disc
    -Dart 3 (added after this pic was taken obviously)
    -Shimano Alivo rear shifter/brake lever
    -GT platform pedals (also after this pic)
    -new chain and cassette

    all 'upgrades' due to breaking the old components


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    Novara Arriba

    I'll post a pic when I get home but this bike cost me about $475 when I first got it. It had a rockshox indy fork (who remembers those) and stx drivetrain. Since that time many things have been replaced more then once. The only original part is the seatpost clamp. Here is a list.

    Fork: manitou fs ti then Rockshox sid xc
    Handlebars: Easton ea 70
    Stem: Easton ea50
    shifters: LX
    front D: XT
    Rear D: XTR
    Brakes: XTR V-brakes
    Wheels: Bontrager Superstock
    Grips: WTB
    Seat Post: XCR alien
    Seat: Terry Fly
    Crankset: Hollowtech XT
    Pedals: Shimano 959 (current xtr)
    Cassette: XT 34tooth
    Chain: sram pc991

    This bike is still badass. I put it into retirement, but she comes out to play a couple times a month.

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    Nothing special, a work in progress really. This is a upgrade from a 20 year old Schwinn rigid bike.

    Sette Reken Frame
    Rock Shox Dart 2
    Avid Front V-Brake
    Shimano Rear V-Brake (Not pictured)
    Sette Venn Seat Post
    Truvativ Isoflo Crank with matching Bottom bracket
    Shimano SPD's
    Unknown miss matched wheels OLD
    Velociraptor front tire
    Uknown Rear Tire
    Shimano Free wheel
    Salsa 32T Chain ring
    Sram Single speed chain
    Titec Big Al Stem
    Unknown Handle Bar OLD
    Promax Brake levers
    Unknown Grips
    Jagwire Brake lines
    Shimano Housing




    Things I have coming are new wheels, tires, tubes, single speed kit (this friday) and disc brakes in the not to near future.

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    My Cannondale Caffeine F1

    I bought this bike in 2007. Love it. Decided to do a few upgrades on it.

    Fizik Aliante Carbon Saddles
    Easton EC90 Zero Seatpost
    Control Tech Carbon Seatpost Clamp
    Easton EC70 MonkeyLite XC Bar
    Maxxis MaxxLite 310 Tire
    Ergon GR2 Carbon Grips
    Wellgo MG-1 Pedals


    In the past couple of months I was thinking of buying another bike but I really like the frame and look of it, so I decided to keep the frame and upgrade the parts
    The only thing stock now, is the Head Stem.


    Upgrades are:
    Sram PG 990 Cassette
    Sram PC-991 Hollow Pin Chain
    Sram X.0 Rear Derailleur
    Sram XO Trigger Shifters
    Shimano XTR Front Derailleur
    FSA K-Force MegaExo Light w/Ceramic Crankset
    FSA K-Force XC Flat Handle bar
    Avid Juicy Ultimate Disc Brake
    Lefty Speed Carbon SL
    Mavic Crossmax SLR Wheels 2009
    Maxxis CrossMark UST LUST Tire


    "Who needs a bike chain when you someone to watch it"

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    My contribution...



    My current bike, so far i love it, broke my deralleur last week tho so gotta fix that asap.

    Bike is stock.

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    Giant Yukon 2005/06
    Upgrades:
    Oury Grips
    Cateye Enduro 8
    WTB Rocket seat
    Sun Ringle Flats
    Panracer XC pro rear tire


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    My 09 Cannondale 29er4. Only changes are a Blackspire big ring protector and crankbros mallet one pedals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by XgreygOOse
    I bought this bike in 2007. Love it. Decided to do a few upgrades on it.

    Fizik Aliante Carbon Saddles
    Easton EC90 Zero Seatpost
    Control Tech Carbon Seatpost Clamp
    Easton EC70 MonkeyLite XC Bar
    Maxxis MaxxLite 310 Tire
    Ergon GR2 Carbon Grips
    Wellgo MG-1 Pedals


    In the past couple of months I was thinking of buying another bike but I really like the frame and look of it, so I decided to keep the frame and upgrade the parts
    The only thing stock now, is the Head Stem.


    Upgrades are:
    Sram PG 990 Cassette
    Sram PC-991 Hollow Pin Chain
    Sram X.0 Rear Derailleur
    Sram XO Trigger Shifters
    Shimano XTR Front Derailleur
    FSA K-Force MegaExo Light w/Ceramic Crankset
    FSA K-Force XC Flat Handle bar
    Avid Juicy Ultimate Disc Brake
    Lefty Speed Carbon SL
    Mavic Crossmax SLR Wheels 2009
    Maxxis CrossMark UST LUST Tire


    "Who needs a bike chain when you someone to watch it"
    Thread title says entry level, show off!!!
    j/k nice bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by rquinn19
    Thread title says entry level, show off!!!
    j/k nice bike
    Aye
    It was an entry level until I got the upgrades

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    Man I need some trail shots...

    This is the night I brought her home all stock. Only thing different is:
    - Xpedo Curve Hurtle pedals
    - No reflectors
    - Lots of mud




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    Quote Originally Posted by XgreygOOse
    I bought this bike in 2007. Love it. Decided to do a few upgrades on it.

    Fizik Aliante Carbon Saddles
    Easton EC90 Zero Seatpost
    Control Tech Carbon Seatpost Clamp
    Easton EC70 MonkeyLite XC Bar
    Maxxis MaxxLite 310 Tire
    Ergon GR2 Carbon Grips
    Wellgo MG-1 Pedals


    In the past couple of months I was thinking of buying another bike but I really like the frame and look of it, so I decided to keep the frame and upgrade the parts
    The only thing stock now, is the Head Stem.


    Upgrades are:
    Sram PG 990 Cassette
    Sram PC-991 Hollow Pin Chain
    Sram X.0 Rear Derailleur
    Sram XO Trigger Shifters
    Shimano XTR Front Derailleur
    FSA K-Force MegaExo Light w/Ceramic Crankset
    FSA K-Force XC Flat Handle bar
    Avid Juicy Ultimate Disc Brake
    Lefty Speed Carbon SL
    Mavic Crossmax SLR Wheels 2009
    Maxxis CrossMark UST LUST Tire


    "Who needs a bike chain when you someone to watch it"
    All that badass stuff on there; what's up with that gay incredibell?

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    2007 Specialized Hardrock
    Upgrades:
    Rock Shox Tora 318 solo air
    Avid BB5's
    Hand-me-down bontrager ranger wheels from my hubby's gf hifi
    Shimano M520 pedals



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    Quote Originally Posted by Code Rage

    My Iron Horse Warrior 1.2
    upgrades:
    odi lock on grips
    BB7 185mm front and 160mm rear
    WTB Velociraptors front and back
    and CB Mallet Cs

    I've got about $500 bucks in it and I am very happy with it. An upgrade to the fork is probably in it's near future then I'll be done with it.

    i would be careful on that fork with the 185mm rotor. darts are only rated to handle a 160mm rotor, MAX. so dont be mashing the brakes or the fork might flex too much and possibly fail. just a heads up.

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    i just got mine today, it a 2010 Trek 4300 Disk $579.99

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    2009 Specialized Rockhopper Expert

    Only upgrades are
    Shimano M520 clipless pedals.
    Cateye Strada wireless
    BBG Bash guard
    Old tube chain stay protector
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    <3 this thread. Very nice bikes everybody.

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    my 2009 cdale f7 should be in tomorrow! i'm excited and will have pics up asap
    off topic: anything bad about the F7 i should know about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlepito
    All that badass stuff on there; what's up with that gay incredibell?
    I know,I know. Lately I've been commuting to work. I guess its easier to "ding ding" people than to shout "Get out the F@#king way'

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    My Motobecane 600DS: The bike I embraced the sport with turned out to be a pretty good ride. Still gets a lot of use even after building up my much lighter Fuji Outland Rc frame

    RS Dart1 100mm --> RS Recon 327 100mm Solo Air
    KS Coil over rear shock --> RS SID 6.5 Dual Air
    Skye handlebar and stem --> Bontrager Race lite bar/ Titec stem
    Cane creek BB headset --> Ritchie Sealed bearing
    Tekro Mech disc brakes --> Shimano Hydraulic (LX front/ Deore rear)
    Stock pedals --> Crank Bros. Mallet C
    Suntour 12-28 8spd cassette --> SRAM 850 11-32 8spd cassette
    Original Weinmann SP17 Wheelset now has Kenda Kommuter tires
    Original WTB Velociraptors mounted on RhynoLite wheelset

    Planning to convert Truvativ Fived crank to single speed for 1x8 drive train

    Last photo is stock except brakes
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    My GT Aggressor XC 2, all stock as I only got it yesterday.

    For now I am just going to change the Pedals, Grips and Tyres.

    • Chainset: Truvativ Isoflow chainset with sealed Bearing BB
    • Forks: Suntour XCR fork, 120mm travel, rebound damping & lock-out
    • Frame-: Lightweight hydro-formed aluminium Triple Triangle frame
    • Front Brake: Tektro Auriga Comp hydraulic disc brakes, 180rotors
    • Front Mech: Shimano Deore
    • Gear Shifters: Shimano Deore Rapid Fire
    • Handle Bars: GT oversize
    • Headset: GT Alloy
    • Hubs: Formula DC 20
    • Rear Brake: Tektro Auriga Comp hydraulic disc brakes, 160rotors
    • Rear Mech: Shimano Deore
    • Rims: Alex ASD-1 disc rims
    • Saddle: SDG Bel Air saddle
    • Stem: GT Oversized
    • Tyres: Maxxis Ignitor
    Last edited by T.Austin; 06-27-2009 at 05:19 PM.

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    Hey damnitzhym nice bike!
    However turn your rear QR skewer lever either straight back or point it up, last thing you need is to have your lever snag something and loosen your rear wheel.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondhead
    Hey damnitzhym nice bike!
    However turn your rear QR skewer lever either straight back or point it up, last thing you need is to have your lever snag something and loosen your rear wheel.

    Cheers
    Thanks. Never thought of that!

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    i ended up getting a Specialized P.1 AM instead of the Cdale F7/Rockhopper.
    i'm a noob, but i hear the P.1 has a much sturdier built and can stand up to more abuse than than the F7/Rockhopper.

    well, where are some pics after on some light off-road duty today:

    *Armadillo/Specialized Crossroad tires
    *Kick Stand removed

    Last edited by louisssss; 06-28-2009 at 09:20 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss
    i ended up getting a Specialized P.1 AM instead of the Cdale F7/Rockhopper.
    i'm a noob, but i hear the P.1 has a much sturdier built and can stand up to more abuse than than the F7/Rockhopper.

    well, where are some pics after on some light off-road duty today:

    *Armadillo/Specialized Crossroad tires

    don't ever go on a real trail with that kick stand unless you want to seriously injure yourself.

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    ^^ yea i plan to remove it asap, the dealer installed it for free so i was like wtheck i'll jiust remove it when i get home
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    i asked the dealer to remove the reflectors and they told me that they couldnt by law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrherald420
    i asked the dealer to remove the reflectors and they told me that they couldnt by law.
    truth, unfortunately. I build bikes and asked if they were required, and I was told that, by law, the bikes cannot leave without the reflectors attatched. it sucks, but they're not hard to remove.

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    lol yeah mine were offf with in the first 10 mins of being home. i do plan on getting the led headlamp and taillight.

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    you guys talking about the reflectors on the handlebar/seatpost/F&R wheels?

    why would u want to remove them? i always want to be seen at night
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    i dont and wont ride at night time, its bad enough during the daytime here.

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    We remove them for the same reason we remove kick stands, you just dont need them on the trail. Any half serious rider doesnt use there mountain bike on the road, so you just dont need them.

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    ^^ so u remove the reflectors so they they don't cause you any serious injury when on some rocky trails?
    i see, well i must not be a serious mtbiker lol

    i installed armadillo crossroad tires on mine so i can get a smoother and less resistant ride in NYC roads.

    i did keep my original tires tho so i can pop em on when i go off road
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