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    Photo is really small...

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    Smile great ride

    Great ride

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    Heres my 1990 old school DB. I beat the hell out of it and it just keeps goin. Retired to the basement for now.

    Bob

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    - '89 Cannondale SM1000
    - '90 Diamond Back Ascent

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    my DB Axis

    I think only the Frame and Seat collar are original - everything else has been worn out and replaced...


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    Not quite done yet, but here it is:



    It's an 05 DBR Axis. I bought the frame on ebay and I'm trying to build it up on the cheap. I just want it for a nice little trail bike. I even used two right-handed Avid 1.9 brake levers, since the price was right!



    I've got everything it needs except a 9speed cassette. That'll have to wait until after finals.


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    Here's my Diamondback.


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    Quote Originally Posted by notequal
    Here's my Diamondback.

    Sweet! I'm building up one of those frames for my girlfriend.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm My local grocery getter

    Submitted for your approval, here's one of four "Pathfinder" concept bikes assembled for the 1998 Interbike show.

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    All four featured torsion spring rear suspension (technology borrowed from tank track tensioners and travel trailers), mated to the MountainCruiser look from the popular Voyager models of that time.

    The torsion spring, while not great for performance riding, provided a very smooth ride. There were preload adjustment issues that needed to be sorted out before production, and a couple of these show bikes were accidentally powder coated and cured with the rubber spring still installed, leading to softer than planned (read slightly melted) spring rates.

    The Pathfinder Town model pictured has a Shimano Nexus Auto D drivetrain, hub roller rear brake and Formula mechanical disc front, and custom Pathfinder tires with Hot Wheels inspired red stripes.

    The Pathfinder Country model, which was colored in a less well-liked crimson and silver two-tone finish, used a more traditional Shimano Nexave derailleur drivetrain, with a custom aluminum rear rack and hub roller brakes front and rear.

    Diamondback was sold to Raleigh in the following winter, and these designs were never pursued for production.

    If you ever see another Diamondback like these, let me know. It would be cool to get them back together after so many years apart.

    Cheers,
    The Kid

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    Here is a picture of my 2004 SL Super. I bought the frame off Ebay and slowly built it up with a mix of XT and XTR components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenjihara
    Sweet! I'm building up one of those frames for my girlfriend.

    It's was my first mtb. Bought it in January '04 and still use it. It's a very good bike.

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    2002 XSL buildup

    Before it's first ride.





    It'll never be that clean again.

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    My Sorrento '05

    It's pretty stock, except for the tires, I removed the knobbies, and went w/ Bontrager slicks.
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    Here is me and my Diamondback DH........
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    Is that an XTS or a 1999-2000 X-bike? Hard to tell...

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    xxxxx
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    now, go dig a giant hole and bury your dumb ass in it....

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    This was taken at the Peewee's FR comp. in May. The jump is called the fire pit gap.
    Not a great pic, and I was riding w/ a fractured collarbone.
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    now, go dig a giant hole and bury your dumb ass in it....

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    The bike is a DH bike no granny gear,9speed,the bike shop I bought it from said it was built up for their store from the rep.They had 2 and a friend bought the other,I saw the same frame set-up on www.pinkbike.com and the guy lives in victria BC 4sale his ad reads frame built in England from a custom builder.The frt shock is a Top Gun Elephant seen the 4sales from a company in Chile.The bike has the same Geometry as a azonic but the rear shock mount is a little different..........
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    1995 Diamondback Topanga

    A little project I've been working on lately.................. This is my first mountain bike purchased back in 95. I figured it was time to give it some new life! It rides fantastic.
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    my good old Diamondback Rattler Sport
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    Not done yet but ready to ride..

    Working on a rear disc adapter so I can put my hope / mavic set f and r. Stripped the decals because I like to polish.
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    my mid-90's (?) diamond back racing apex. built it from the frame up.....but i just got a used topanga frame (aluminum) that i'm going to switch to for the disc brake option. steel has been good to me though!!


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    My rig

    Frame: Diamond Back Topanga Comp
    Wheels: Spinergy Xcyclone Disc
    Tires: Slime Tubeless
    Front Derailler: Shimano XT
    Rear Derailler: Shimano XT 9sp
    Fork: Manitou Black 100-120mm elite TPC
    Headset:Cane Creek zero stack headset
    Stem: Answer
    Handlebar: Weyless Carbon Fiber
    Shifters: SRAM attack 27 speed
    Rear Brakes: Promax Hydrolic Disc
    Front: Hayes mechanical disc
    Grips: Lizard Skins
    Seatpost: Forte Precision Carbon Fiber
    Seat: Selle Royal
    Crank: Shimano XT (need a more current pic)
    Bottom Bracket: Shimano Octalink
    Pedals: crank brothers




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    nice topanga! i stripped all the parts off the bike i posted above and i'm building up a topanga frame i got off ebay with an axel comp fork on it. putting a heavier spring and new oil in the axel made it *much* better.

    i'm still saving for disc brakes since it will require replacing the wheels as well......and that should complete what i'm doing. except that i may swap out my use xcr suspension post for a thudbuster since i'm getting some side to side play in the u.s.e.

    i'll post a pic in just a bit of what i've got built up so far.

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    I am putting a pic up in my gallery with all of the updated components on the list

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    ***03 STX Moto***
    6 feet down 12 feet out over trail gap. (Not real big, but fun)
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