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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Alter
    i rode with a kid that had one of those this past week...hes broken it 3 times, all in different places, and hes not a hard rider or antyhing...watch out.
    Really? Wow.. I'm surprised I DownHill on my DH-8 and man It is one touch cookie to crack.

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    How much for a Cortina Triton DH?

    I'm looking at buying the frame, can't seem to find any costs of the new Triton DH frame. Does any one have any Idea. I know Go-ride has one but that's the old old frame. I'm talking about the new one. Thanks.

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    you know, this post is very suspicious considering this thread you posted awhile back, especially the part about you being in contact with them.

    seems to be vaporware anyways....
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    no doubt you must have majored in english or something rad!!!

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    OwN3D!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zedro
    you know, this post is very suspicious considering this thread you posted awhile back, especially the part about you being in contact with them.

    seems to be vaporware anyways....
    Yes I know what my previouse posts are zedro. I just need to confirm the actual retail price from others. What % of cost deduction would you consider from a grassroots sponsor maybe that's what my question should be. 20 % off retail? 40 %?. I do not know these things because I never had an Lbs sponsor. I was told its $2100.00 for a Cortina Triton DH w/ DHX shock is that right?

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    then there are two sources you should be consulting: the LBS you will be buying from (cus if you dont/can't find one, everythings moot) and Cortina (which can help you with the first source).
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    no doubt you must have majored in english or something rad!!!

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    Cortina Models?

    Does anyone know if they are making the Omega 7 this year? Or what about the DH-8? Any word would be good.

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    2005 Cortina Owners?

    Anyone with any 2005 CORTINA products out there?

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    Cortina Web Site Updating Soon

    Looks like they may finally update that bad boy. Can't wait to see what they will have. Anyone have their 2005 DH Frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianjenn
    Looks like they may finally update that bad boy. Can't wait to see what they will have. Anyone have their 2005 DH Frame?
    wats the url to it
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    "who vants a mustache ride?"

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    cortina triton jump frame?

    I'm looking for a steel jump frame and I stumbled apon a 15" Triton 4130 hardtail for sale.

    just wondering if anyone could tell me if this is a jump frame or just a nice steel xc frame. i'm intersted in the standover and the HT angle mainly. the bike will be pretty much a concrete queen. thanks.

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    http://go-ride.com/prod_frames_cortina.html

    the cortina family makes great frames, all of which are made to be used and abused.

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    I've had one of the Triton Steel hardtail frams now for over a year. I have no issues with the bikeat all. The frame has taken so much abuse and I have yet to question its structural integrity. IF you found one for sell........BUY IT!!!
    "If you're not scared, you're not riding fast enough"

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    cortinas are some of the best frames ever imo...
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    does it still qualify as a mountainbike?
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    Anyone have an 05 Cortina Triton DH?

    Just wanted to know some personal oppinions on it or some pics. Thanks.

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    The cortinas said they sold 7 frames at some mexico race...maybe someone will chime in.
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    no, but they are shinier....it's like the fututre, where everything is really really shiny.....but still really just the same ol'crap

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    Cortina Riders & Enthusiasts

    Hey whatsup. With the news of the new cortina prototype at the Sea Otter, I thought it time to do something with all the pics and info that I've gathered about cortina bikes over the years. I am a diehard cortina fan, and I think their bikes are some of the best available. If you are the same please check out my new wikipedia article about Cortina here:

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortina_Cycles

    Hopefully it can act as a resource for cortina riders and second hand buyers as well as just a company profile.

    Contributions are welcome, as you can see I don't know the specs for some of the newer frames.

    Hope you enjoy,

    Peace

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    For Cortina Riders & Enthusiasts

    Hey whatsup. With the news of the new cortina prototype at the Sea Otter, I thought it time to do something with all the pics and info that I've gathered about cortina bikes over the years. I am a diehard cortina fan, and I think their bikes are some of the best available. If you are the same please check out my new wikipedia article about Cortina here:

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortina_Cycles

    Hopefully it can act as a resource for cortina riders and second hand buyers as well as just a company profile.

    Contributions are welcome, as you can see I don't know the specs for some of the newer frames.

    Hope you enjoy,

    Peace

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    you should get on the payroll....your first two post our advertisements
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Yeah, fair enough. I'd just finished a lot of hours putting that article together and I wanted people to see it, that's all. A bit of advertising is probably good for them anyway, not enough people seem to know about Cortina these days anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anon20
    Yeah, fair enough. I'd just finished a lot of hours putting that article together and I wanted people to see it, that's all. A bit of advertising is probably good for them anyway, not enough people seem to know about Cortina these days anyway.

    they make ggod bikes....but you come off as a "company man" more than an enthusias
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    they make ggod bikes....but you come off as a "company man" more than an enthusias
    not if he has a kenisis as an XC bike...besides, who cares if he's a "company man", cortina cycles is more of a family than a company.

    cortina cycles is core,they make awesome bikes. nice wikipedia post...you used a picture that i took, sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sriracha
    you used a picture that i took, sweet.
    wow way cool for you Nik.....keep brandon away from me
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Cool thanks, and thanks for the pic of the 4x bike! I was googling and forum searching for a while to see if cortina had any news, and then i came accross your pic which inspired me to write the article.

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