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    2004 Raleigh Inferno

    This is an X-post from "Passion". I finally finished project "Inferno" a few weeks ago. Raleigh currently only sells this bike as a frame only unit. So far, there are only 2 fully built ones in this state that I know off with a third on the way. Here she is in all of her glory. And no need for Kryptonite locks; Kato and Quincy are on guard duty 24/7
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    Nice bike man.

    That must feel so different from your old Catamount. I know when I switched from my Catamount to a newer design, it was such a different and it changed the way I rode XC.
    Give me a big scoop of Manteca!

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    Yes...

    Quote Originally Posted by partially hydrogenated
    Nice bike man.

    That must feel so different from your old Catamount. I know when I switched from my Catamount to a newer design, it was such a different and it changed the way I rode XC.
    This definetly is a better bike than the Catamount... by far. But the Catamount may see a second life as my "travel bike". It's a very slow project I may do over the winter to bring it back to life.
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    Back from the dead....

    Last posting was 2004?!?!?!?! Whoa. Anyway, bought this NOS frame summer (July) of 2014 and build it up with various old and a couple new components. It's mostly ridden as an occasional stand-by/optional/retro bike and as such only has about 160 miles on it in 1.5 years. Thoroughly enjoy it! It rides great, is very quick, and has just the right amount of suspension travel for most everything I ride it on.

    I didn't even know Raleigh had a FS frame of this caliber 10 years ago!
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