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    Photos taken on that same day:

    Quake 7.3 learns how to fly!
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    A few more...
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    Nice action shots. Looks like the landing was pretty soft. Ouch!

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    Landing after the drop was great and he landed it perfectly... but then he panicked and grabed front brake to hard... you can see the results
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuker
    Went out today to grab some pics just for this thread!
    Thank you for such beautiful photos of the woods and lake and the bike too! Where were these wonderful photos taken? Thank you! -GT2005

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    Few more; They were taken in the hills which surround Pakrac - small and very nice city here in Croatia, Europe. Trails are nice and flowy, and recently there is some shore building in progress...
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    Muirwoods 29er

    lovin my new Marin commuter

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    I'm not a complete idiot, some pieces are missing.

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    My updated 07 Quad XC

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    quad xc east peak

    Here's my 07 quad xc east peak. Added some upgrades:
    Race Face Deus cranks, seat post, stem, riser bar, and headset
    08 shadow xt rear derailleur and xt front derailleur
    dt swiss 240s/xr 4.2d's w/ rws thru bolts
    Love it!
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    i think your rear tire is on backwards

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    My Marin






    Bought the frame as a closeout and built it up to around 27lbs in it's current configuration. Running the Reba at 115mm and the AMP post make it a little more trail than XC. It's a pretty capable bike but that new 140mm Wolf Ridge is definitely calling my name.

    I need to clean it and take some better pics outside sometime soon.

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    Upgraded...XTR cranks, CB 4Ti pedals...
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    My Quake 5.0

    Just finish parting it back together. Still have to put some new paint on it.
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    Rock Springs changes

    Well, I blew apart the Black Platinum fork so it was time to upgrade the fork. I don't know if it is the fact that it is a Pike or if its the thru axle, but the improvement in handling is unbelievable. I wouldn't have believed it if someone told me. Stiff as hell and it tracks so much better. The other big change is the handlebar. 710mm; makes the ride much more stable, especially in the turns. The other surprise.. it climbs so much better with the new bar. I shortened the stem a while back and the shorter handlebars really sucked. I don't pull directly up with the added width. Wide bars are not a fad. The alpine link should be here soon as well, which will slacken things a bit more. Thrilled with the changes and it was a deal compared to buying a new bike.

    Next will be the upgrade to wider tires. The 2.1s are going to be history soon.

    FWIW, the LBS where I got the fork loved the Marin frame. Not many Marins around here in Massachusetts.
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    Got it in February. No real mountain riding yet. It was snowing in the mountains here in Montana today. Was in the 80's yesterday??

    2008 Codes, Gusset slim jim pedals. Soon to have sunline grips and T.H.E Lux saddle.

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    bp1.blogger.com/_pOFhRukub-Q/SCxSnGubBTI/AAAAAAAAAnM/XBQL3-adQlM/s1600-h/indian+014.jpg

    Just got my Indian Fire Trail in last tuesday. I've already raced it in a six hour event. It handled beautifully. Still stock in the picture but I'm going to start customizing some components now.

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    My Marin Alpine Trail. Soon to have a new rear shock the shox works br that came on it is a little less than what I want. Looking at a pushed fox float its real hard to find a 7.25 eye to eye shock for this frame. I have a Marzocchi triple dropoff dual crown that I run on this frame when I don't have it set for cross country. This is the cross country set up with 6 inch rotors and Marzocchi bomber mx pro 120mm.

    my bike

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    I had a Marin, years back, it was a 1992 Palisade Trail, hard tail hard forks, the previous owner had trashed the forks (and himself) so it had Project 2 Forks on it (Kona?)

    6 gear cluster on the back, eliptical chainring up front, it was awsome, complete with friction thumbshifter, trashed those landing in a tree, TWO bottle cages, I was unstopable!

    Changed to grip shifters after that, not much good, then I got some index gears, can't remember what, didn't matter, got me to the girl friend on the weekend just fine and riding with my mate in the week days.

    a Mate of mine made me up a rear wheel an XT hub with a Campagnola rim, nothing special but he did the spokes (both sides) in a starflake pattern, that was awsome, he reakond that if I didnt trash that it would be good enough for him to race with.

    My brother rode it some times and thought for some reason the chain needed a link removing, I didn't know he had done this, I was putting the power on in front of some cars, chaing snapped and over the bars I went.

    It never rode straight hands free after that, pulled the right badly, is was good bike. Kept it a while, changed interests, didn't ride too much. My dad rides it now, its still going, though retired,

    I remember stripping it all down, got the frame re-painted, pulled the wheels apart, there was wool right inside (used to round up sheep with it)

    It was good bike

    that was my Marin, 1992 Palisades

    Hay Ewe

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    07 mountain vision

    I got 07 mountain vision about a month ago. it was a good close-out deal . as soon as I receive my bike, I was out of town for a month. finally, I tested the bike about 10 min today.
    I like it .

    I changed a fork to 100mm magura durin, carbon handle bar and pedals.
    it's about 27.5 lbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by lou_b_83
    Just finish parting it back together. Still have to put some new paint on it.
    Here it is all done
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    Marin Quake 7.1 `08

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    2Russia: preve-e-ed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoteG
    My Siberian horse





    2Russia: preve-e-ed!
    отличный вел. ето где, во Владивостоке?

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    Pics of my full custom '06 Quake CL7. Thank you Mike of Pedal Shop for making it happen!






    DH:Mountain Cycle Shockwave 9.5 w/ 888R
    FR:Marin Quake w/ 888RC
    AM:BMC Superstroke 01 w/ 66RC2X

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ujin
    отличный вел. ето где, во Владивостоке?
    Translating: Nice bike. Where it? Vladivostok?
    Спасибо Не, с Красноярска недавно купил, практически сток. Вот решил перед буржуями похвастаццо ))
    Translating: Thanks! Bike from Krasnoyarsk

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