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    Some of the bikes doesn't look really old and are still driven in the bike parks.

    But others are so unique! Hope there will by allways someone who conserves these old racing machines. The kids of today just know YT and a few big brands like specialized.

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    my straight 8

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    how do i load a pic up?
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    never mind it loaded that time.

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    Would you picture orientation make that an old school uphill bike?
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    My old customized Haro MX3 with Stratos Helix Pro shock and RST MOZO XXL fork.



    This is the one that came before the Haro... a customized Cannondale Super-V DH 4000


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    haha turn it nose down for a down hill bike. I could figure out how to rotate it.

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    Loving the old school big fat saddles. I guess after a while people figured out that they weren't sitting while cornering when it was rough so a normal saddle was fine. If you were sitting and could scoot up to get more weight on the front wheel a long saddle would be a pretty good idea.
    No it never stops hurting, but if you keep at it you can go faster.

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    Loving some of these old designs haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modifier View Post
    Loving the old school big fat saddles. I guess after a while people figured out that they weren't sitting while cornering when it was rough so a normal saddle was fine. If you were sitting and could scoot up to get more weight on the front wheel a long saddle would be a pretty good idea.
    Ha I have a love seat on mine, honestly it suks to sit on but works fine on the DH bike and offers a big spot to land on a missed jump or whatever

    I took my '99 bb7 out for a serious flogging today, love that thing and she keeps on ticking even off some big drops! Old school doesn't mean crappy....although if i had the $$$ I'd love a new v10!
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    My KHS DH200
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    HI, I'm new here but I do have what might be considered to be an "old School" DH/FR bike, it's an 04 Rotec FR8. I haven't ridden it very much at all in the last few years since my son isn't quite ready for anything "serious" in the way of trails so we've been concentrating on the local cross country trails.

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    My new project been after one since they come out all those years and finally got one frame has a few chips on it but thats it, the guy i bought it off had it sat in his shed since 2002 and never got around to building it.

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    My other ride a haro dhr stripped and ready for the soda blaster the build i have for this should be special, as you can see from the pic i have got rid of the fox rc and am going to be using the rockshox blackbox rear shock i bought many moons ago from an ex global racing team riders 222/223

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    wow that trek is going to be a nice ride, how much does it weight?

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    2001 psycle werks mad dog

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    Evolution of a brand.


    Last week I was in the Alps and met a guy with a carbon V10, so had to get a photo of the too together. Hopefully in 13 years time I'll have a carbon V10

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    Quote Originally Posted by delihustler View Post
    Evolution of a brand.


    Last week I was in the Alps and met a guy with a carbon V10, so had to get a photo of the too together. Hopefully in 13 years time I'll have a carbon V10
    very cool...I remember the old super 8 and how they kept front triangle but changed the rear for the first generation V-10
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    cool

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    I might see if I can get hold of a MK1 V10 or a Yeti DH9

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    wow nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the0r1st View Post
    wow that trek is going to be a nice ride, how much does it weight?
    I thought it would have been heavier but from my scales it reads 12.1lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedlizard720 View Post
    Who prefers rocking old school DH bikes?

    The tech today is phenominal, but, the bike is only half the equation. I still rock my 2001 Super 8 and love the looks and compliments I get. It is a boost in ego too when you consistently pass the guys on newer bikes.

    I have often thought about going the old school route and restoring older DH bikes with new components instead of buying a new rig. I know its not practical, but the cool factor (for me) is off the charts. Plus, that is the era I grew up in and nothing gets me going like an old Lobo DH or Lawwill Straight 8.

    My outdated rig still rockin


    Nice shots! Oh, by the way, nice bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lelandjt View Post
    I have a large Super 8 frame sitting here in immaculate shape (redesigned swingarm) in need of a rider to bring it back to life. You'd have to be able to source the unique width rear hub it requires (I'll include the quirky brake adapter it requires). This is the pimpin-est of all Super 8s as I had a custom shock shuttle made to accommodate a longer stroke Romic shock and Ti spring (800lb I think) achieving 9" of travel. The frame is perfect and the shock only had 1 season of use. Free to the first person who can pick it up or pay the shipping (approx $60?).
    That frame looks amazing. Almost like indestructible looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedlizard720 View Post
    Some old school love

    GT Lobo LTS


    Giant ATX World Cup (one of my favorites!)


    Rocky Mountain RM6/7/9


    Mountain Cycle San Andreas


    Cannondale Super V DH (tried posting one of the Dogbone link Super V's but can't find a good photo)


    Tomac 204 Magnum


    KHS Dominatrax


    Intense Uzzi DH


    Cannondale Gemeni DH Prototype (note Dual shock setup, travel was 7" vertical and 2" horizontal)


    Rocky Mountain Pipeline


    Schwinn Straight 8


    Yeti Lawwill (Yeti went to the same as the above Schwinn at the same time)


    Santa Cruz Super 8


    Foes Weasel


    I missed a ton, but feel free to continue the love!
    Great post! Iím gonna have a heart attack with those rides. That GT tops for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chef kungfu View Post
    Here's a picture of my "linked dogbone" version of that DH bike. I think this one was an updated version (2nd edition) of the Fulcrum DH. The one with the crazy drive train & dual BB. It weighs 40#'s. The bike is from '99, the technology is old, but I still take it out every chance I get. I just love ALL old DH bikes. The ones posted here are just beautiful!
    What fork did you use for the Blue one? Awesome ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hampstead bandit View Post
    you want old school DH bikes?



    check out my team bike from 1994 - Bombproof D-2

    with AMP Research Mac-Strut rear suspension giving 3.5" and Rockshox Judy DH fork

    fork was custom fitted with Sachs hydraulic disc brake (before the Judy actually had disc mounts)



    our team bikes ran Kore and Azonic finishing kit, TWP fork brake and TWP AMP brace, Bullet Bros chain tensioner, SACHS New Success transmission, Wellgo platform pedals, Selle San Marco saddle with carbon fibre rails and FIR / Sachs wheelset with prototype IRC tires
    This is so sick!!! One of my fave posts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by burgundy snake View Post
    Sure, I'll play. Bender's ride with the Super Monster; 12" (305mm) of travel.
    Ultra cool build!!! That fork is sick! I canít ride that monster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedlizard720 View Post
    I know which bike you are talking about. It was the Intense M1, and I believe it was Eric Carter that was riding it at the time.



    The Mongoose I am talking about was before that. I believe it was based on the Mongoose VRS. It was similar to this but a little beefier. It may have actually been a VRS. I just remember looking at it and riding it and it was nothing like I had ever seen or felt before!



    A couple others I came across

    Specialized FSR Team DH


    Norco VPS


    Diamondback XTS Moto


    Rotec


    BMW (not the car)


    Risse Racing's bolt together DH bike
    I canít help but stare at that BMW bike. Am I the only one seeing that chain wheel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by big.eck View Post
    thats my san andreas i still use it and it still turns heads , i've just bought a 2nd one for xc so it's half the size of the orange one



    it rides really well and i'll keep riding it as long as it holds out
    Cool frame! It looks like it has a gas tank! Monster Tube!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    As I have gotten a couple of questions regarding that old M1, here is a pic of it, and a scan from a mag that featured it "a while back".
    The other pics is of the carbon brake.

    Now it has a modified Domain 318 fork, carbon front disc brake, a Swinger 6 way shock, and Atomlab G.I. pedals.

    It sees frequent use, and I think I'll try to keep it alive as long as possible.

    For AM/light DH use, it's a nice ride.


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    Those discs donít get enough vents eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedlizard720 View Post
    who remembers this bike?




    A few more from back in the day

    Kona Stab Dee-Lux


    Balfa BB7


    Honda prototype


    Marin Team DH


    Ellsworth Dare

    Aeon Joker by Ellsworth


    Santa Cruz Bullit
    Another Ellsworth that deserves a reply post. Rockin ride.

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    Sorry about the repost of the BMW but I can't figure out how to remove it.
    No it never stops hurting, but if you keep at it you can go faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dktotz View Post
    What fork did you use for the Blue one? Awesome ride.
    Thanks man..... I'll post some more pictures tomorrow, I'm not sure how many inches it has but I'm guessing 7" at most. Maybe some kind of factory headshok Moto. Also, when I pull up on the boot cover of the forks legs, it "appears" to have the same type of Lefty design. Four square edges sliding into the tube. You'll see what I mean when I post the pics later on!
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    wow, some of the old DH rigs look crazy , in an awesome way
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    A rig I haven't seen posted yet.

    Dirt Works Pirahna




    Don't know if it was ever used as a DH bike, but played a significant roll in the development of FS bikes none the less.


    Diamondback X10


    Some pictures of a few legends from our sport.

    Here is a photo I found of Greg Herbold (HB) from 1990 in his UCI Downhill Champion attire.


    John Tomac




    Dual Slalom at Mammoth (1988) Note the full rigid mtn bikes! (sorry for huge picture)


    Missy Giove


    Found a pretty cool wikipedia page about the History of Downhill Mountain Biking.
    Downhill mountain biking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedlizard720 View Post
    Don't know if it was ever used as a DH bike, but played a significant roll in the development of FS bikes none the less.
    That was my dream bike back in the day. That bike was pure CNC porn.
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    Jurgen Beneke won the 93 WC DH on a Manitou FS


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    [QUOTE=twistedlizard720;9554118]QUOTE]

    Man, I really like that Dual Slalom pic - thanks for posting that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dktotz View Post
    What fork did you use for the Blue one? Awesome ride.
    Here is some old skool tech on the forks, Again I'm still not sure what kind of forks they are.... but it's different! Still an awesome bike to have fun with.
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    Great post except for some missing manufacturers. Sometimes it's hard to tell.
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    Sweet bomber:



    ...with Azonic Lounge seat naturally and 3.0" Nokian Gazzaloddis
    I love the smell of the TF2 chain lube in the morning.

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    dope

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    Lookin at a 2002 Super 8 on craigslist, pretty vague on the setup.....what i could gather from the pictures was mavic rims and hubs, fox rear shock, race face cranks, mighta been marzocchi shocks. Anybody have even a shot in the dark value for this? Never looked at santa cruz too much, but this bike just looks fun!

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    Put on the "Big Ring".
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    I am still riding my 204 Magnum, heavy, but works well due to the low shock position and bombproof design.

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    Here's that old (00-01) Bullit frame I picked up a while back.. I really want to build it up but simply haven't had the finances (and ended up picking up a complete bike as well).

    I'm highly tempted to sell it to someone in the community just so I can see it completed and ridden. A very solid design that would surely still be a blast to ride... and made in the good 'ol USA.





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    nice bike

    that bike is sick got specs?

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    Love these pics wish I still had my super 8 or cortina dhx

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    so old school i was still swimming in scrotum

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    man i love thread

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    Just got a Mk 2 Santa Cruz Super 8, and to quote the wife we will soon have a "Santa Cruz Retro Syndicate"

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    Second generation Knolly V-Tach circa 2006.


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    Here's my first-gen V-Tach from 2005. Note wicked Monster-T.


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    That'd be sweet! An old-school frame decked out in the latest components.

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    Whicked!!!

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    ive got an 05 bullit but its not as oldschool as that intense

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    I've been offered a 2001 specialized bighit w/ marzzochi bomber junior t's... could people hazard a guess at it's worth for me? its in good nick, could do with a couple of new break calipers but other than that virtually nothing wrong with it.

    it would be massively appreciated

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    Maybe $300 depending on the rest of the build? I just bought a bike with a Monster T, DHX, parts, etc., for $300. Not in great shape, but a little elbow grease and it should be a competitor.

    The fork is terr-eeblay and the frame is really pretty outdated. 24" rear wheels are nothing but a novelty nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandwich View Post
    The fork is terr-eeblay and the frame is really pretty outdated. 24" rear wheels are nothing but a novelty nowadays.
    Naah, 24" wheels actually makes for the most fun bikes around "nowadays"



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    Naah, 24" wheels actually makes for the most fun bikes around "nowadays"



    Magura
    from somebody who spent 2 years riding dual 24s, 24/26, and 26s, and now rides 29ers, 650bs, and 26s...stick with 26 for DH, especially on a budget.

    24s lower the COG and make for a fun little bike, but we're talking about DH here, and availability of tires, and rolling resistance, and...

    but if the bighit is solid and you just need a bike, go for it.

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    Not to rain on the parade here but imo a bike has to be at least 10 years old to be considered vintage and even that is pushing it.
    No it never stops hurting, but if you keep at it you can go faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modifier View Post
    Not to rain on the parade here but imo a bike has to be at least 10 years old to be considered vintage and even that is pushing it.
    In the realm of DH...PFFFHAHAHAHA!

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    I don't consider it to old 04 Demo 9 25th anniversary

    edition. My sweet ride is still digging it up. 888 Marz/
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    I had a diamondback moto xts. it was the first dh bike i built. it had a jr t fork that i changed out the top spring. that made a world of difference, it had a swinger 6way shock out back. I kick myself for selling it all the time. Wish i could find a pic of it. If i could find another 19 frame id pick it up in a heart beat!

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    I used and abused my MSC F-1.0 untill last year.

    (due to the post counter I wasn't able to post the image)

    Had a lot of fun with this guy and this year I borrowed it to a girlfriend, when actually everything went broke, so the bike is back at my home, waiting untill I have a concept (and the money lol) finished for repainting it and bringing it back to the roots .
    Ow yeah I had an inversed fork mounted on it, wich is a Magura Big Ego, a 180 mm beast at the time.
    Now the fork is broke and I can't find any replacement parts. Darn

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    newer bikes are safer tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfreak View Post
    I had a diamondback moto xts. it was the first dh bike i built. it had a jr t fork that i changed out the top spring. that made a world of difference, it had a swinger 6way shock out back. I kick myself for selling it all the time. Wish i could find a pic of it. If i could find another 19 frame id pick it up in a heart beat!
    I just picked up a Diamondback strike with another frame I bought. It's not the XTS, but if you have any interest I'd sell it really cheap.

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    Soo a lil while ago I wrote that I have the MSC F-1.0 (Spanish bike)
    Made in 2003
    Bought it in 2004


    Remarkably it had an inversed fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glory0rider View Post
    Soo a lil while ago I wrote that I have the MSC F-1.0 (Spanish bike)[/IMG]

    Remarkably it had an inversed fork.
    Nice looking bike! It slightly resembles a Foes if I'm not mistaken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    Nice looking bike! It slightly resembles a Foes if I'm not mistaken.
    I think I'm thinking the old Cannondale Fulcrum actually. Either way, absolutely beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    I think I'm thinking the old Cannondale Fulcrum actually. Either way, absolutely beautiful.
    haha lol, Yeah it was a mean bike at the time, now the fork is getting way to used poorly enough and decided that it might have a good old retirement or a total new setup and custom paint.

    Ow yes I forgot to tell that the rear wheelaxle was a 165mm, wich is a very rare measurment for a DH.

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    transition has a really old school one if you visit there website

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    My 1999 Intense Uzzi DH.
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    2003 RM-7 Wade Simmons edition

    Her is my old rm7...I actually raced it at the Northstar Super D in 2010, got some pretty funny looks from people, but it was a good time!
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    ^^I'm digging the green flames and inverted fork
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    I always loved the RM-7. And the Wade addition was the ultimate. Sweet ride.

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    1994 Foes LTS

    A buddy pick this up a week ago, and I threw on my old Hanebrink forks with Pro Stop disc brakes. It's all about 1994.
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    oh man, that foes is incredible! It so perfectly represents the nineties too...stem too long, seat too high, top tube right up in your kidneys...plus a triple ring, just in case!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandwich View Post
    oh man, that foes is incredible! It so perfectly represents the nineties too...stem too long, seat too high, top tube right up in your kidneys...plus a triple ring, just in case!
    And don't forget the rear rim brakes
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    Don't forget a sky high BB.... It feel very strange to ride.....

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    talking about old school











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    Quote Originally Posted by CHINOTAKER View Post










    Love it.
    Has all the trick **** we lusted after back in the day.
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    I've got to share my newest edition! I can't quite dial in what year it is, but my best guess would be an '02 or '03 being it has different swingarm cross bracing than my '01. It almost looks like the Decepticon symbol! Suspended with an '04 Monster T and newer Fox DHX coil, Sram XO Blackbox and Code 5 brakes with T.H.E. wheels and Brake Therapy Floating rear brake kit with misc Thompson/Raceface parts.

    The fork needs a rebuild, but everything is else works as its supposed to. If anyone has info on where I can score a rebuild kit for an old Monster, it would be appreciated.

    Scored the bike for $800 which I kinda feel like is a little much, but I'm content with the deal.



    My brother just picked up a RM7 too, hopefully he'll post some pics of it.
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    Another iteration of my Intense Uzzi DH with Stratos SuperStar 8 for and my Schwinn Straight 8.

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    i love seeing them Straight 8's!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    nice

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    my brother (twitedlizard720) got me into building a classic dh/fr rig. so what was one of the best know bikes in the late 90s early 2000s that was a awesome bike in the movies? the rm7. pics will be soon

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    Ooh I like that Uzzi!
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    here they are







    01 rm7 with a 05 888vf

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    Cool to see a Super8 still rocking.,thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadgamethes View Post
    Cool to see a Super8 still rocking.,thank you
    I have a pair, a MK1 and a MK2. Both of which are off to the French Alps next summer

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    If it still works i still ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by echo24 View Post
    here they are







    01 rm7 with a 05 888vf
    Looks good! Can't wait to see a pic of it complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedlizard720 View Post
    Looks good! Can't wait to see a pic of it complete.
    its rolling now. but i had a slight miscalculation on the front brake and have an adapter in the mail. just need to tune the rear derailleur a bit more and see if marz has some stiffer springs

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