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    What the heck is this? '90s Dual Suspension...



    Clicky for E-Bay auction. I've never seen anything like it. Certainly not one of their prettier bikes
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    change up the handlebar setup, seat, and fork, and it's not that fugly.
    old school long travel bike right thur.

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    Yeah, back then they had no idea what they were doing. The designs were basically slaves to whatever was available, not what provided the best ride. Oddly enough, only a couple designs from that era have gone nearly unchanged.

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    Those bikes were not too fun to ride, the high pivot was horrible since the chain was always pulling the rear wheel down. Back then, the only XC-able full suspension bikes were the Pro-Flex, they had their pivot close to today's Prophet and Rush and they worked very well. They were the first FS bikes to be raced at the World Cup level. I had one, a 89 model and it was impressive: fast, light and efficient. It was stolen from me sadly...

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    at least its not a URT...

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    I'll pay $1400 or that thing as a display in my garage. A sealed plexiglass enclosure filled with nitrogen so nothing oxidizes. Ummmmmmmmmm

    The current bid looks to be $305. I just sold my old DeltaV 900 $250. The only think org was the frame. 8 speed xtr rear end. White Ind up front, Race face cranks, Ti BB, O2 Ti saddle....... The XTR shifters were shot, but it was nice and light. Oh, the old days of hard tails and 2" of travel..............
    Lead by my Lefty............... right down the trail, no brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryguy79
    at least its not a URT...
    I'll give you that!

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    UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

    It went for 355, and I missed it.................Damn job. It takes all my time away from ebaying
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    Lead by my Lefty............... right down the trail, no brakes.

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    So... anyone know what it is? What is was called? The Cannondale "Cyote" or something?
    '06 Cannondale Rush 1000 4" travel 27lbs
    '04 Cannondale F600 SOBE -STOLEN!
    '96 Cannondale Uber-V 6" travel 30lbs

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    Looks to be the Delta V 2000. That replaced the Se1000 that just had the rear. Man did I drool over that thing when I bought my first MTB

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