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    ...and video

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    Hey Kote.... where do you live???? Amazing sites! and quality of photos are spectacular.

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    not my favorite color but love the bike...


    as a shop owner, l have had my fair share of different bikes through the years.


    those Marin's are put together really nice.
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    LOL...

    here's a crazy nice custom job:

    too bad it's rainbow and made by a Patend Stealing Brand.

    http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/3809892/
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    how would you classify the quad xc (mount vision)?

    It seems burly enough to be an XC bike, does it fall into the all mountain category?

    been wondering for the longest time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikkosan
    how would you classify the quad xc (mount vision)?

    It seems burly enough to be an XC bike, does it fall into the all mountain category?

    been wondering for the longest time.

    to me, the MV is more XCish with a fiar amount of travel (if you're talking about the stock bike).

    We pimp TBC's --- they have the Covert. pretty pimp bike, along the same line as the Marin MV. sure, you can also call it all mountain but that's just some silly name someone came up with to define hard-core XC bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedal Shop
    to me, the MV is more XCish with a fiar amount of travel (if you're talking about the stock bike).

    We pimp TBC's --- they have the Covert. pretty pimp bike, along the same line as the Marin MV. sure, you can also call it all mountain but that's just some silly name someone came up with to define hard-core XC bikes.
    Thanks for that! I wasn't sure how far I can push the MV. Hehe! I guess it can hold up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hsbikes
    Hey Kote.... where do you live???? Amazing sites! and quality of photos are spectacular.
    Thnx, hsbikes
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    Here are a few pics of my 2008 Mt. Vision!







    Hope you like it!

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    Coming into its second spring/ summer- i love this bike. Looking to swap the PIKES out for some Wotans too.

    My local play ground - Porthills, Christchurch, New Zealand




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    THis is my setup
    about 13kg
    Pretty good in handling and climbing



    My Dragon Reba :P


    What a fierce Bear !! I prefer Bull anyway


    The Quad link


    In action !!



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    I've got an oldy but a goody. 2002 Rock Springs. Bought it from the MTBR classified in 2002 from some fella that rode it a few times then wanted to unload it for some reason. It was essentially new for me and about $500 off retail. Great deal considering I've been riding it consistently since then! Going on seven years now and only minimal complaints. Mostly just some movement in the rear at speed but his is problematic of most single pivots. Other than that, the TARA setup works great, even though I rarely use it and even at the highest travel setting it climbs like a goat as long as I've got the legs.

    Replaced the spring in the fork at about year two or three because it snapped in two and put on some other add-ons last year such as stem, headset, handlebars, and seat post but mostly just ran it stock. Love it and really have no reason to buy another bike yet other than the luxury of having something new and a bit more advanced. The rest of you seem to have some of those new fancy quad-link designs. Pretty. Next fix is the drivetrain. You could only imagine the shape its in after 7 years of punishment. Luckily I ride mostly desert so not as bad as riding in constantly muddy conditions. So without further ado, here's my baby:





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    Finaly got some good pics of the wifes bike. Just a few upgraded bits here and there. She LOVES it , and it is her first MTB! I'm so proud


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spdu4ia
    Finaly got some good pics of the wifes bike. Just a few upgraded bits here and there. She LOVES it , and it is her first MTB! I'm so proud
    Be sure to get her some shin guards too. Flats like that can mince a shin real quick for a beginner, especially if she's the daring type. Looks good! Hopefully it doesn't do what my wife's bike does and collect dust....
    Today's the day I eat bikes.

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    the only dust on that bike is the dirt that she rides through... i am proud to say she is VERY active and good at it. Already has shinguards

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    Here's my Marin Quad XC


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    Sharing my Alpine Trail from the Philippines...




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    05 Rock Springs
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    No blogs here, nothing special.....I just like to ride my bike.

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    My Wolf Ridge



    Posted in the all mountain forum but thought i'd share here!

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    Very nice! How do you like Fox 36 with 160mm on WR? Can't tell if it's Float or TALAS. You like the tall front end?
    sth

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    Quote Originally Posted by SingleTrackHound
    Very nice! How do you like Fox 36 with 160mm on WR? Can't tell if it's Float or TALAS. You like the tall front end?
    Its a VAN.
    The ride seems okay i was worried it was gonna corner like a chopper but it seems pretty nimble.

    I've got a pike to try on it and see how that handles.

    I'm going to try some mid rise bars also to see how that goes too.

    Heres the specs:-

    * Frame Size & Color: Marin Wolf Ridge, M, White
    * Fork: Fox 36 Van R
    Rear Shock Fox RP23
    * Brakes: Hope M4 200 Front 180 Rear
    * Cranks: Shimano XT 36-24
    * Front Derailleur: Shimano XT
    * Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT Shadow
    * Pedals: Shimano DX
    * Stem: FSA FR230 70mm
    * Handlebar: Husselfelt DH 50mm Rise
    * Seatpost: FSA SL-280 20mm setback
    * Saddle: WTB Pure V
    * Bottom Bracket: Shimano XT
    * Cassette: Shimano XT 11-32
    * Headset: Superstar Components GTO
    * Grips: Sunline Logo Thick
    * Front Tire: Maxxis Advantage 2.4
    * Front Rim: Mavic EN521
    * Front Hub: Halo Spin Doctor 20mm
    * Rear Tire: Maxxis Swampthing 2.1
    * Rear Rim: Mavic EN521
    * Rear Hub: Hope Pro II 12mm

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    alpine trail 29er.

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    '08 East Peak, last of the Bob's Bikes specials
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