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    Hers my first mountain bike, brand new Specialized Pitch.

    Haven't gotten it on the trails yet, but will soon. No upgrades yet, but new pedals will be my first, besides peeling off 2 little stickers and soon to take the wheel reflectors off! Your Entry Level MTB (Pics and Upgrades)-imageuploadedbytapatalk1451187833.431125.jpgYour Entry Level MTB (Pics and Upgrades)-imageuploadedbytapatalk1451187844.384075.jpg


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    Ragley m74
    Fox factory 32 160
    Hope pro 3 wheelset
    Hope tech m4 brake set
    1x10 zee drive train
    Hope retainer ring and gold chain to go on


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    Well we have a house full of beginner bikes.

    There's my 2010 Specialized Hardrock 26er


    My wife's brand new Cannondale Tango 27.5


    ...and my new toy, a Gravity Bullseye Monster


    As far as upgrades, the Tango is going to stay stock for a while. I hadn't really thought about upgrading the bikes until I got the fat bike and found the handle bars were way too skinny. So I got on Steep and Cheap and found a 3T Team Extendo bar.

    Went down to the local bike shop, grabbed a 90mm Felt stem off the wall and put it on.


    After that, my Specialized and Gravity have been sharing a set of Shimano Saint flat pedals until I go ahead and get a second set. When we bought the wife her bike I decided it was time to start working on the old Hardrock. So far I have a Fizik M3 seat, another 3T Extendo handle bar, and a 3T Team 85mm stem.



    I just got a set of Shimano Hydraulic takeoffs and am in the hunt for a wheelset. Then I'm thinking of taking advantage of Suntour's loyalty program to get a better fork put on it. Maybe when I get a lot better at this sport I will upgrade to a different bike but for now I'll make these work.
    2010 Specialized Hardrock - Undergoing needed updates.
    2015 Gravity Monster Bullseye
    2015 Cannondale Tango *wife's*

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    My specialized pitch after a few rides on Texas trails! Your Entry Level MTB (Pics and Upgrades)-imageuploadedbytapatalk1452745059.121738.jpg only has some new to me pedals, borrow from a friend cause the stock ones sucked. Will be getting some even better ones soon.


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    My entry to fat bikes

    My first fat bike, Moto Borix X9, changed out the tires for some Nates, new pedals on the way, the rest will stay as is for now.

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    Your Entry Level MTB (Pics and Upgrades)

    My Specialized Hardrock Pro. Not sure of the year but it's old. Only upgrade so far is a set of shimano clipless pedals and a cyclometer. Not sure what else I want to do to it, if anything at all. I really enjoy this bike.

    2003 Specialized Hardrock Pro
    2001 GT i-Drive 5.0

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    new ring, chain and jockey wheel.


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    2016 Salsa Fargo

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    My 2016 Salsa Fargo X7. Everything is stock with the exception of the SPD M520 pedals. I've only had her for about a week but I haven't taken it out on any real trails/off road yet. I'm hoping to do some bike packing this summer and this will be my vehicle.

    My next upgrade will be the saddle; thinking about a Brooks but time will tell. I might invest in some smooth tires for some pavement/commuting in the future, but I really want to take this Fargo on some trails!

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    My 2015 GT Zaskar Sport 28.8 pounds with pedals and bottle cage for size XL. Got it delivered from Jenson on Friday. Assembled it yesterday afternoon and it made it's debut run today. Loved every minute!

    Huge upgrade from my 2004 RockHopper


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    2001 Specialized Enduro Pro HT frame
    Specialized flat bar w/ xc locking grips
    Cane Creek S3 headset
    Rockshox Recon silver tk forks
    Shimano m4000 shifter/ brake levers
    Shimano 3 speed deore front derailleur
    Shimano alivio crankset 170mm
    Specialized P series pedals
    Shimano 9 speed alivio rear derailleur
    WTB xtb 26" rims
    Hayes MX 4 disc brakes
    Continental trail King 2.2 tires
    Control tech one seat post
    Specialized BG saddle

    Tried to keep things on a tight budget. Didn't do too bad for my first shot at piecing one together. Waiting on a set of Bontrager race lites to be delivered. Did a nice 9 mile run this morning on it. Handled like a dream.

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    CL Find!

    2012 Giant Talon 29er 1 - found on CL last spring for $320, ridden once on the road.

    Upgrades:
    Rockshox Recon Gold TK (massive improvement over junk Suntour XCT fork)
    Wellgo MG-5 pedals
    WTB Speed 5 saddle

    It gets plenty of singletrack use now! I love how it handles now with the new fork. I used to ride an old Cannondale FS lefty, which was nice but I prefer the 29er.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pattongb View Post
    Just got my EVO a couple of weeks ago and I am extremely impressed. I have owned a Giant NRS3 and a Spec. Stumpy Comp and I feel this bike is better built. The one thing about the EVO compared to Motobecone Fantom is the look. Theres a local guy who I race with who loves his Fantom, but the bike looks cheap. No 2 ways about it. The Geometry also looks outdated. The EVO on the other hand is STUNNING. It looks well built and is gorgeous.

    The shifting was smooth right out of the box for the EVO and the tires converted to Tubeless in less than 30 minutes.Attachment 980063
    Sharp looking bike!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsmalls73 View Post
    My specialized pitch after a few rides on Texas trails! Click image for larger version. 

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    Love the colors of your bike!

    Check out the Wellgo MG-5 pedals from Amazon for $40. I recently put them on my bike and they are a huge upgrade over stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhodyman View Post
    Love the colors of your bike!

    Check out the Wellgo MG-5 pedals from Amazon for $40. I recently put them on my bike and they are a huge upgrade over stock.
    Thanks, I'll check em out. Yeah I love the colors too, it really does look a lot better in person though.


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    Picked up a Raleigh Tokul 3 late last fall. I mostly just stare at it longingly when I walk by, dreaming of warm weather that won't come for another 3 months here in MN.



    Mostly stock with the exception of a dropper post and tubeless Contis.
    2015 Raleigh Tokul 3
    2015 Framed Minnesota 3.0
    2013 Foundry Auger

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    Custom 2014 Wheeler Protron 10

    Posting pics after doing some cleaning...

    My first mountain bike, a fully customized build using the 2014 Wheeler Protron 10. (27.5") I previously came from a hybrid (sold) which I used mainly for commuting. Now I just ride the mountains for training and fun, hence the hard tail. The bike is used for XC and Jamborees. (very little All Mountain Trails from where I came from)

    Going to go 2x10 soon. Waiting for the new rotors I just ordered too. The current SLX rotors are quite easily warped unfortunately. (I'm not very good at super long and steep descends yet)
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    My 2016 Salsa Fargo X7. Everything is stock with the exception of the SPD M520 pedals. I've only had her for about a week but I haven't taken it out on any real trails/off road yet. I'm hoping to do some bike packing this summer and this will be my vehicle.

    My next upgrade will be the saddle; thinking about a Brooks but time will tell. I might invest in some smooth tires for some pavement/commuting in the future, but I really want to take this Fargo on some trails!
    Nice! I'm thinking about picking this exact same model up. How do you like it so far?

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    Decidedly Old-School

    I've got three working MTB's, 2 steel and one aluminum. I never desired a shock-mounted bike, until I inherited the Motobecane – now I love it! My past use was mostly urban, but now I'm drawn to the woods. Can you tell which one is for casual dirt, and which is for grocery-getting? I also have a very old Stumpjumper with the unusual chainstay-mounted U-brake that's next in line for rehabilitation. (Motobecane 400 HT, Gary Fisher Tarpon, Schwinn Frontier)
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    Saving the 90's, one bike at a time.

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    so..last year I purchased a 2014 GT Karakoram Comp for $380 at Jenson. I knew that the bike had very basic components but I loved the frame geometry and feel. I have slowly upgraded over the past year with my newest upgrade enroute. Here is a list of what I had and then the upgrade:

    Seat Original: GT Al Terra / Upgrade: WTB Pro Race
    Pedals Original: GT Al Terra/ Upgrade: Shimano SPD
    Grips: GT/ Upgrade: ODI Lock On
    Cranks Original: Suntour XCM 3x9/ Upgrade: Shimano SLX 2x10
    Derailleur Front Original: Shimano Alivio/ Upgrade: Shimano XT
    Derailleur Rear Original: Shimano Deore/ Upgrade: Shimano XT
    Sifters Original: Shimano Acera/ Upgrade: Shimano SLX
    Cassette Original: Sunrace 9spd/ Upgrade: Shimano XT 10 spd
    Fork Original: Suntour XCM 100mm/ Upgrade: Rockshox REBA RL 120mm
    Wheel Set Original: Alex Double Wall/ Upgrade: Mavic Crossride

    Original Price: $380
    Upgrades Total: $590
    Total: $970
    Outcome: 100% HAPPY!

    I will post pics once the final upgrades (wheels/fork) are installed

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    gtbeast post some pics


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    My Jamis Durango sport.
    Upgrades:
    Sram X7 type 2.1 derailleur.
    Sram X7 shifter
    Sram 11-36 cassette
    Wolf tooth wide narrow single ring.
    Syncros bar and stem
    Avid db1 brakes
    Manitou marvel comp fork
    Stan's arch ztr wheels with hope hubs.
    Shimano acera crankset and hollow tech bb
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    Happy for you that you got it for a song. Most MTB's I see on Ebay, they want original price plus about 10% for used. :-)

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    New to me Kona fire mountain old model but it's mint

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    I like it, looks clean and ready!

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    Question what psi should I run for trails?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisoman View Post
    Question what psi should I run for trails?

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    Whatever feels best. On that bike you probably want to start around 30 (might see whats stated on the tire)? Higher pressure prevents rim strikes and tube pinch and improves climbing. Lower pressure improves comfort, traction but can hamper climbing and get very squirmy if you go too low. Make small incremental changes until you find what is right for you. Trail type, your weight, experience and skill plus a handful of other variables all factor in but we all run different based on what we feel best with!..... DOH... probably better posted in the "beginner" or "27.5" Forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyoldfool View Post
    Whatever feels best. On that bike you probably want to start around 30 (might see whats stated on the tire)? Higher pressure prevents rim strikes and tube pinch and improves climbing. Lower pressure improves comfort, traction but can hamper climbing and get very squirmy if you go too low. Make small incremental changes until you find what is right for you. Trail type, your weight, experience and skill plus a handful of other variables all factor in but we all run different based on what we feel best with!..... DOH... probably better posted in the "beginner" or "27.5" Forum.
    Thank you for the reply. I'll start at 30 see how it goes. Im a noob, basically haven't been on a bicycle for about 5 years. Only been riding motorcycles recently.

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    Purchased a 2015 Giant Revel 29er XL which is 21"-23" frame .


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    2010 Rockhopper SL

    I tore it down over the winter to install some new drivetrain parts and give it a thorough cleaning.

    Parts replaced since I bought it in 2010:

    Raceface Evolve 725mm low rise bars
    ODI lock on grips
    Easton EA70 70mm stem
    Specialized Sonoma 155mm saddle
    Rockshox 30 Gold TK 100mm Solo Air fork
    Sram Rise 40 wheelset
    180mm SLX rotors, new pads, and shimano adaptors
    Shimano M552 Deore crankset
    XT MT800 bottom bracket
    Raceface 30T Narrow Wide chainring
    XT M8000 11spd rear shifter
    XT M8000 rear derailleur
    XT M8000 11-42 11 spd cassette
    Shimano 11 spd chain

    I have had it out for a few rides on the new drivetrain and absolutely love it. I couldn't be happier with how this bike rides now.

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    Picked up my first MTB yesterday, weather was crap so haven't ridden it yet.
    I've been borrowing friends hardtails for weeks and finally decided to join the party.
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    GT ricochet. Basically a Karakorum. Has low-mid level components. I swapped over the suspension seatpost from my old GT timberline and replaced the seat with a wtb speed. It seems my most limiting components are the fork and wheels so those will get upgraded as needed.

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    2015 Rockhopper Ex EVO

    I've had this for about three months. I have only done minor upgrades. ESI grips and some pedals. Not sure what I will do next. I figure I will keep riding until I feel the need to upgrade. I have been debating if I should go tubeless or not.
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    This looks like a fun thread

    I jumped on the Schwinn Rocket 2 being blown out by PricePoint. The first changes were seatpost and handlebars for fit. Then it got a Rockshox 30 Gold Solo Air and a Shimano SLX crankset. That's probably four pounds right there. But more importantly the new fork rides like the front of the bike is on a rail.

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    She was my first real one......there has been quite a few more changes since this pic. I sold her last week, gonna miss the times we had. Damn good starter bike!
    I love 'Murica!

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    2011 Raleigh Talus 5.0 bought new 5 years ago, rode a couple times then put away for years. Now bringing it back out and trying to get back into it.


    As you may notice second trip out on the mountain, and i shred the rear derailleur. In the shop now for new parts and tune up.

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    After several years of nagging from the wife, I broke down and picked up a bike of my own and am getting my middle aged out of shape desk sitting rear active. My LBS got me a great deal on a NOS 2014 Opus Prime 29".... Massive overkill but at well under half price I couldn't resist.

    At the shop


    At home meeting the wife's bike


    Waiting patiently on our first ride for me to stop dry heaving at the side of the trail after a climb


    My only "upgrade" so far...

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    No pics yet...since it's still locked onto my trainer (yeah, the road bike has gotten the most love in recent years, but the MTB has by far the most butt time in 2016), but my decade-old Gary Fisher Advance, through the theory of 'upgrade as it wears out' is now sitting pretty with the following upgrades/replacements:

    WTB handlebars (huge upgrade from OEM Bontrager steel bars)
    Ritchey stem (see above)
    Vuelta Corsa wheelset/skewers

    the EDI grips I had ripped, so I re-replaced 'em with the OEM grips (which suck, I need new ones). And, I've had a Bontrager one-step-above-OEM seatpost forever; and a WTB Laser V saddle since 2008.

    On the trainer, it has a Specialized Rhinoskin tire, which will be replaced with a suitable knobby tire when I get around to unmounting it from the trainer.
    I ride a 26'er with tubes and rim brakes.
    Yeah, I'm basically living in the stone age.

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    My se and my first purchase was the cap. Waiting on delivery my second purchase is going to be fatty stripper



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    2015 Tokul 2

    2X9 conversion and VP Vice pedals to start. Surprised by how good the Suntour XCR fork is. Wheel set has got to go though the Freehub went after 30miles. Cant believe Raleigh is using a AClass freehub on these "AM" advertised bikes. Gets me out and on the trail when I want to bang around on a Hardtail though.
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    I have looked at some bikes that with some TLC AND a lot of parts would make great rebuilds. The problem is "lots of parts". Habitat Restore had a Raleigh for $50, now down to $25. Needs a chain, cables, tires, brake pads, for sure. I don't have a boneyard, so too expensive to rebuild. Any suggestions?

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    I picked a 2011 khs xc frame last fall and built it up with components that I had from an old bike.
    It started up looking like this:
    I really enjoyed riding it but it was heavy. Then the "Mod" bug bit me and i spent all winter ordering parts.
    New fork, 1x10 drivetrain, wheels, dropper, handlebar, pedals, etc.
    Now it is looking like this and is 7 lbs lighter

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    My little fuel a while back.

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    My little fuel a while back.
    That was your entry level? That's a nice starter ... better than 450HT Motobecane for sure
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    Here's mine:

    2015 Cannondale Trail 7 29er with the following upgrades:
    Rockshox Reba solo air fork
    SRAM 1x11 drivetrain
    Mavic Crossroc wheel/tire system set
    Shimano Deore hydro brakes
    lock on grips


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    This is my first "real" mountain bike. 2016 Cannondale Catalyst 3 Your Entry Level MTB (Pics and Upgrades)-20160617_101524.jpg

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