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    Newbee from Dartmoor Devon (mgbgt3)

    Hi, I'm new on here,

    a friend of mine from work suggested I join.

    I used to be an avid cyclist, but for the past 10-15 years I have rarely sat on a bike.

    i own 6 or 7 bikes, some old skool cool and not so cool

    my favourite is this:

    Rocky Mountain
    Hammer
    SRP
    Made in Canada


    Cro-moly butted forks
    Shimano deore DX hb-m650 front hub


    Shimano deore DX fh-m650 rear hub


    Matching factory spec ritchy megabite 26 x 2.1 Tyres


    Dt Swiss spokes


    Wolber AT20 wheels - Made in France


    Wheeltech guaranteed hand finished

    i also own a Raleigh Renigade bmx that my parents bought me age 8 year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgbgt3 View Post
    Hi, I'm new on here,

    a friend of mine from work suggested I join.

    I used to be an avid cyclist, but for the past 10-15 years I have rarely sat on a bike.

    i own 6 or 7 bikes, some old skool cool and not so cool

    my favourite is this:

    Rocky Mountain
    Hammer
    SRP
    Made in Canada


    Cro-moly butted forks
    Shimano deore DX hb-m650 front hub


    Shimano deore DX fh-m650 rear hub


    Matching factory spec ritchy megabite 26 x 2.1 Tyres


    Dt Swiss spokes


    Wolber AT20 wheels - Made in France


    Wheeltech guaranteed hand finished

    i also own a Raleigh Renigade bmx that my parents bought me age 8 year.
    Welcome to MTBR! Whatever bike(s) you have, the best place for them no matter what type/configuration is not in the garage, but between your legs and moving, preferably on a trail somewhere. You are lucky to live in such a beautiful place, although I do not envy the weather you are having over there right now. Dress warm and dry and get out there. Ride all you can, and try and pinpoint what you might be able to improve on your ride to help it do what you want mo'bettah! Keep at it and the enjoyment will increase exponentially!
    It's all Here. Now.

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    Thanks

    certainly is a beautiful part of the world, I sure know what you're saying, I was a member of Plymouth mountain bike team and uber fit once upon a time!

    But it you're right I need to get out there.

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    Just been having a clean out and thinking of selling the Rocky Mountain, what sort of money should I expect and where is best to sell it?

    cheers

    mark

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