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    My new Gigolo, hehehehe

    7" Front and Back, 37 lbs, floating rear disk, sawwweeettt!

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    very nice looking bike, what a thick frame!

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    that HA is very steep...
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    Nice frame...


    with a lower seatpost, shorter stem, coil shock, DC fork and some platfrom pedals u have a really nice HUCKER machine
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    The Fork has an ETA and it's lowered about 2-3 in the photo, hence the steep HA... I think it's 68 deg normally... I also didn't actually want a "hucker" I wanted a long travel trail bike... Which is exactly what this is! The stock build on the 2005 Gigolo is definitely more Hucker inspired...

    Soooo much fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tosis
    7" Front and Back, 37 lbs, floating rear disk, sawwweeettt!

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    Thoughts?
    How Much?

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    candy paint right?? looks pimp.. lets see the fork extended

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    2005 Gigolos are on closeout, probably about $3000 Canadian... Frames on sale about $1400 Canadian. And yeah, candy red...

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    very nice
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    that bike is so nice looking. i totally forgot about brodies. enjoy the ride, looks really good
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    Everything I wanted to say has already been covered.

    HA looks crazy steep.
    Air is for breathing, not compression and dampening.
    What's with the XC-ish cranks and clipless pedals?

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    Allow me to repeat myself... *ahem*:

    I'm not interested in a hucking bike... I ride in North Vancouver/ Whistler/ Pemberton primarily, had the huge f*ck off bike, totally over it... I wanted a long travel trail bike, that I could ride both up and down the mountains, huck 5' and have a good time. I'm not into bender air, and like flowy trails...

    PS I'm 5'6" and 145 lbs... I have no use for a 48lb coil sprung sled... I would waaayyy rather have the adjustability of the RP3 than be searching all over hells half acre for the right spring...

    Call me old school, but I like riding my bike, not pushing it.

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    This is the stock build:
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    Quote Originally Posted by tosis
    Allow me to repeat myself... *ahem*:

    I'm not interested in a hucking bike... I ride in North Vancouver/ Whistler/ Pemberton primarily, had the huge f*ck off bike, totally over it... I wanted a long travel trail bike, that I could ride both up and down the mountains, huck 5' and have a good time. I'm not into bender air, and like flowy trails...

    PS I'm 5'6" and 145 lbs... I have no use for a 48lb coil sprung sled... I would waaayyy rather have the adjustability of the RP3 than be searching all over hells half acre for the right spring...

    Call me old school, but I like riding my bike, not pushing it.
    amen brother...it is nice to see someone get a bike for what they are going to use it for, then get the latest 10 inch travel bike which they wouldn't need ....cheers to you on this accomplishment
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