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    my 1998 mesa gsx beater

    A friend of mine gave me the frame earlier this year, didnt have a clue what it was I just knew I wanted to ride it. So, I fished out some old parts, cleaned em up, bolted em on hey presto..............my daily ride. I love it.
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    Nice gift frame!

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    I'd love to see your custom mount. Got any pictures? Also, Bangers weren't made in even sizes. They were 17 or 19, center of BB to top of seat tube. One way to tell between those two (if you know for sure it isn't a 21) is to measure the head tube. 90mm is a 17 (3.5"), 110mm is a 19 (a tick over 4.25").

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    I finaly found the correct size! here is the new HG. I sold the 19"



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    You know, I really shouldn't, but I'm gonna. Pacific Schwinn... oh well. Seems to work ok for me. I'll upgrade as I break it. Already did the pedals and seatpost.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Pacific Bikes Blow

    ive road homegrowns and ive road walmart crap no comparrison it took me two years to find my 2001 straight 6 for a grand

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    how much

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    Well, I got my Al comp free, so I figured what the hell. The cost effectiveness doesn't bother me. I'd like to fix it up myself. Since I can get used parts for uber cheap/free. My uncle has a garage full of parts (he used to compete). I think I'll probably come out even, if not under what a decent lbs bike would cost. Plus I don't see anything wrong with the frame itself. I'm upgrading the derailleur tonight.

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    My Schwinn Homegrown

    My Schwinn Homegrown. I think the frame is a 2001.
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    I built the Mesa for my daughter from a frame I found in the trash and parts I had in the garage. Except for a small dent in the head tube, the frame is straight, and it rides nicely. The build has parts spanning nearly 20 years, from 1989 to 2007. I don't know the year of the frame.

    The second bike is my 1964 Schwinn cruiser, which I have been putting more miles on lately. I get all sorts of strange looks coming down a steep, technical single track on a bike with a coaster brake, clipless pedals, and a Mickey Mouse bell.
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    Nice dumpster dive there. Pretty cool old cruiser you got too. I always hate it when someone puts a bike out by the sidewalk. I never can tell if it's free or if some kid just forgot to put it up.

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    2000 Homegrown Pro

    I love this bike.

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    1998 Schwinn S-10 Underground

    Just picked this 1998 Schwinn S-10 up second hand not even a week ago. Stock almost everything, LX shifters, crank, XT derailleurs, mavic wheels (needs serious truing on the back one), avid brakes, rockshox front and back, even tires! After market carbon fiber riser bars, and new seatpost/saddle, since the original was cut very short, and poorly I might add. Too bad it's not a homegrown, but it's got the same frame geometry. So what if it's made of 7005 instead of 6061 aluminum. Not bad for 100 bucks! Cant wait to go riding old-school!
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    My upgraded Target S-25





    Not the greatest bike, but it got me hooked. Still ride it around the neighborhood, leave the trails for the Teocali.
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    I just bought this Schwinn S-25 at a garage sale. Can anyone tell me anything about it?

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    There is my Schwinn Rocket 88 2001r Custom by me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amerikan88
    Here is my 2001 straight 8. I have had it for a couple months now and love it.I am also in the market for a straight 6 and 4 banger so let me know if any of you guys are selling one.

    Nice to see her built up again! Man...do i miss that ride

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    No 1990 Paramounts out there?

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    my re-make. Poor mans make over.

    I UP grade it and is trail tested by me. more up grades later.
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    The Banger and I in action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bataivah
    No 1990 Paramounts out there?
    Or should I say 1991?

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    Quote Originally Posted by incinerate4505
    Just picked this 1998 Schwinn S-10 up second hand not even a week ago. Stock almost everything, LX shifters, crank, XT derailleurs, mavic wheels (needs serious truing on the back one), avid brakes, rockshox front and back, even tires! After market carbon fiber riser bars, and new seatpost/saddle, since the original was cut very short, and poorly I might add. Too bad it's not a homegrown, but it's got the same frame geometry. So what if it's made of 7005 instead of 6061 aluminum. Not bad for 100 bucks! Cant wait to go riding old-school!
    7000 alloy is stronger and lighter than 6000 alloy. So that's even better for you!

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    Hi everybody! here it's my 2005 Mesa GSD with lots of changes (only stock frame)

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    Did you ride it up that hill in the background after you took the picture? :LOL:

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    LOL
    Bataivah, actually you go uphill throw the path pointed by the red line


    and downhill riding this singletrack
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    That is some beautiful country to ride in there!

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    some update parts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bataivah
    Or should I say 1991?
    What Paramount are you looking for?

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    Hi everyone, been lurking on the forum for a little while now. I just picked up an 06' Rocket yesterday. It's got some surface rust that I'm cleaning up right now but overall it's pretty solid. I would post a picture but my post count isn't high enough yet

    I'm looking to upgrade to the Avid BB7 disc brakes, does anyone have any recommendations on new rims? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heeroyuy01195 View Post
    Hi everyone, been lurking on the forum for a little while now. I just picked up an 06' Rocket yesterday. It's got some surface rust that I'm cleaning up right now but overall it's pretty solid. I would post a picture but my post count isn't high enough yet

    I'm looking to upgrade to the Avid BB7 disc brakes, does anyone have any recommendations on new rims? Thanks in advance.
    Send me a picture and I'll post it for you.

    I'm sorry to say, but it's probably not worth upgrading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad mechanic View Post
    Send me a picture and I'll post it for you.

    I'm sorry to say, but it's probably not worth upgrading.
    Thanks, I'll send you a PM with the picture. What makes you say that it's not worth upgrading? Is this a bad bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heeroyuy01195 View Post
    Thanks, I'll send you a PM with the picture. What makes you say that it's not worth upgrading? Is this a bad bike?
    It's a heavy, lower quality frame, which isn't to withstand the rigors of off road riding for long. Instead of upgrading it, you're much better off saving your pennies, and then buying a new bike once you can afford it. I'm sorry to say it, but the old school, quality Schwinn bikes stopped being produced after 2001.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad mechanic View Post
    It's a heavy, lower quality frame, which isn't to withstand the rigors of off road riding for long. Instead of upgrading it, you're much better off saving your pennies, and then buying a new bike once you can afford it. I'm sorry to say it, but the old school, quality Schwinn bikes stopped being produced after 2001.
    I see, thanks for the advice. I was thinking I would fix this bike up as a starter and then get a newer frame later on if/when this bike dies. I figured I could just transfer whatever parts I buy for this bike to the newer frame later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heeroyuy01195 View Post
    I see, thanks for the advice. I was thinking I would fix this bike up as a starter and then get a newer frame later on if/when this bike dies. I figured I could just transfer whatever parts I buy for this bike to the newer frame later on.
    Sorry, but this scenario has been played out many times. The conclusion is always that it's not worth it. In the long run, you'll end up spending significantly more money doing it your way.

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    I appreciate all of the help and advice bad mechanic. I'm really just looking at this bike as a way to learn and grow. I know for a fact that I'm going to make mistakes and end up wasting money on something at some point; that's the case with just about every hobby. I'll just keep riding the bike the way it is and see where things take me. I really do want to upgrade to the BB7's though but I guess only time will tell.

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    ^ I've got a ~2006 department store schwinn hardtail that I rode as a commuter, winterbike, and on light trails for a few years before retiring it a couple of months ago (and it's not even completely retired...I just converted it into my second singlespeed).

    Great bike to learn bike mechanics on, because if I broke anything it was a cheap fix. Hubs are trashed, but now I know what not to do with my good bikes. Same goes for the derailleurs, headset, fork, etc. The only component that I completely hated was the wheels, which had a stupid spoke pattern that made them a pita to true:



    I did put a bb5 on the front, which was great for snow and rain. bad mechanic is right that it's not worth spending much trying to upgrade the whole bike. If all you want is discs though, and if your hubs will take them, then putting one on the front can be pretty fun and not too expensive. Otherwise, ride it until it breaks. Then learn to fix it, and ride it some more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newfangled View Post
    ^ I've got a ~2006 department store schwinn hardtail that I rode as a commuter, winterbike, and on light trails for a few years before retiring it a couple of months ago (and it's not even completely retired...I just converted it into my second singlespeed).

    Great bike to learn bike mechanics on, because if I broke anything it was a cheap fix. Hubs are trashed, but now I know what not to do with my good bikes. Same goes for the derailleurs, headset, fork, etc. The only component that I completely hated was the wheels, which had a stupid spoke pattern that made them a pita to true:

    I did put a bb5 on the front, which was great for snow and rain. bad mechanic is right that it's not worth spending much trying to upgrade the whole bike. If all you want is discs though, and if your hubs will take them, then putting one on the front can be pretty fun and not too expensive. Otherwise, ride it until it breaks. Then learn to fix it, and ride it some more.
    Thanks for the encouragement, for a while there I was beginning to feel that I made a bad purchase. I don't plan to go all out on this bike because I would eventually like to get something better but I would definitely like to upgrade the brakes as the current ones aren't working as well as I'd like them to. I could probably just replace the current v-mount brakes but I just figured I would go to the Avid's and just transfer them to the new bike in the future. Unfortunately my hubs aren't compatible so I'd either have to change them out or just change everything out. I'd prefer to just change the wheels and hubs altogether for something lighter but I have no clue how the axle and hub sizing works and the more I read is the more confused I get. Must be a sign that I should leave everything alone lol.

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    ^ yeah, if you're hubs aren't compatible then that's a sign that it's really not worth it because you'd have to buy a whole new wheelset and the new brakes. My rear hub wasn't compatible, so I left the back brake alone. Yes, you could transfer the new wheels and brakes over to your next bike, but your next bike will probably come with them anyway, so anything you buy now is basically destined for the spareparts bin.

    You could buy shimano v-brakes, which are pretty cheap, and would probably be better than what's on there now. Or you could just replace the pads with something like koolstops. (and your front brake is more important than the back, so that's the one to really play with)

    The other thing about v-brakes (and all bike parts, really) is that they work well if they're set up properly. So adjusting what you've got might make a world of difference. You could take it to a shop, and have them do it while you watch. But there's plenty of info on the web - parktool, sheldonbrown, and youtube are all good resources. All you need to do it yourself is a hex key and a flathead screwdriver. It can be frustrating the first time (all bike wrenching is frustrating the first time), but after that it gets easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newfangled View Post
    ^ yeah, if you're hubs aren't compatible then that's a sign that it's really not worth it because you'd have to buy a whole new wheelset and the new brakes. My rear hub wasn't compatible, so I left the back brake alone. Yes, you could transfer the new wheels and brakes over to your next bike, but your next bike will probably come with them anyway, so anything you buy now is basically destined for the spareparts bin.

    You could buy shimano v-brakes, which are pretty cheap, and would probably be better than what's on there now. Or you could just replace the pads with something like koolstops. (and your front brake is more important than the back, so that's the one to really play with)

    The other thing about v-brakes (and all bike parts, really) is that they work well if they're set up properly. So adjusting what you've got might make a world of difference. You could take it to a shop, and have them do it while you watch. But there's plenty of info on the web. All you need to do it yourself is a hex key and a flathead screwdriver. It can be frustrating the first time (all bike wrenching is frustrating the first time), but after that it gets easier.
    Thanks for all of the help man, I actually went to my LBS today and picked up a helmet and some gloves, they gave me a few pointers and the brakes are working perfectly now. Just have a loud squeak when I use the rear brakes but I can live with that. The whole bike is working great now, just some minor surface rust that I need to take care. Hopefully somewhere down the line I'll be able to pick up something better. For now, I have plans to hit one of the local trails this Sunday; can't wait!

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    When you're ready to pick up a new bike, take a look at:
    www.bikesdirect.com

    They have good quality bikes with good quality frames at a very attractive price.

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    there's a lot of good looking schwinn here..good thing i didnt throw mine away

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    Just a few Schwinns that were in my stable--still have the Rocket88 and now have a Peloton for the road.
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    Here is the updated Rocket88--rides better that any "modern" FS I have been on.
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    Here is the Peloton--a 16 pound rocket!!
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    I like that you have a spare frame. So do I!

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    Schwinn Straight 6 rebuilt / repainted

    I made the decals on my computer and printed them out.




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    Quote Originally Posted by CTB View Post
    1999ish Homegrown S-Carbon, built up from my Moab 2 Aluminum. Over the years, I've upgraded a few things. Edit: I cleaned it tonight and got some new pictures.






    The Moab frame:



    And my spare Homegrown Carbon:

    Nice bikes, nice frames! I love my all mountain.

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    Wow! never seen the yellow frame before. Very sharp.
    I'm almost finished upgrading the 1999 S-10 Carbon I picked up last winter. I've changed the rear shock to a Risse Genesis, the fork is now a 2010 Reba SL 100mm. Avid BB-7 brakes in front, and I will be using those in back, too, once I receive the bracket from Toronto cycles. The bar is now a Monkeylite carbon with ODI grips. I love the way the frame is set off by the red anodized lock-on clamps. Wheels will be a set of 2009 Crossmax ST's. I still need to do the rear brakes, as stated, but also have NOS 2009 XT shifters waiting for the final assembly. Oh, I said "bone stock" but the seat is a Fizik that was laying around, matches nicely. When these tires wear out I'll use the red-walled Panaracer fire XC Pros.









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    1997 Homegrown Factory 23-24lbs & afraid to ride it. I'm 200.

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    2001 Fastback Factory, full Ultegra. Gonna sell this one to fund a new MTB.


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    Here's one of mine, my 1998 Homegrown....well loved!
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    2006 Schwinn Rocket LTD

    My 2006 Schwinn Rocket LTD
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    Schwinn Rocket LTD

    Upgrades to the Rocket:
    RockShox Revelation RLT upfront
    Fox RP23 rear shock
    Shimano XT shifters
    Shimano SLX Hydro Brakes with heatsinked pads
    KS Cobra adjustable I900-r seatpost (off my teocali super)
    New handle bars and stem by ABR
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    my 97 sweetspot - still ridden every weekend
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    Wow, I really like these last two. I know nothing about that Rocket - appears to have GT's I-Drive? Both are great-looking bikes. Mr Pinga, what size is the Fox on your Sweetspot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CTB View Post
    Wow, I really like these last two. I know nothing about that Rocket - appears to have GT's I-Drive? Both are great-looking bikes. Mr Pinga, what size is the Fox on your Sweetspot?
    The Rocket uses the same suspension as Mongoose, which, I believe, is a derivation of the I Drive.

    I'm really digging the Sweetspot as well, though it would look better with fewer gears.

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    ^^^^^^^^^ up there

    That's tight as a drum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CTB View Post
    Wow, I really like these last two. I know nothing about that Rocket - appears to have GT's I-Drive? Both are great-looking bikes. Mr Pinga, what size is the Fox on your Sweetspot?

    It's a 165mm - a bit long but works well with the long fork - though the BB is a bit high

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    These pictures are from before the rear disc brake bracket was added, and had older Conti tires. Current tires are red-sided panaracers.

    REMOVED IMAGES: because I already posted a few pages back. Sorry about that. I was so impressed with the performance that I wanted to share, and didn't recall that I already had.

    99 S-10 Carbon
    BB-7 Brakes
    2010 Reba SL 100mm fork
    Custom Shock from Risse Racing (Genesis)
    New swingarm bushings, bought straight from the designer, John C. himself!
    2010 NOS XT shifters
    2010 CrossMax ST wheels
    Easton Carbon bar
    ODI grips
    original DX crank
    original LX front and XTR rear derailleurs
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    27.5 lbs, All in under $1100
    Rode 5 hours on Friday and cleaned some amazing steep and technical climbs, still had legs for trail at the end. Love that instant lockout: just stand up and it climbs like a HT! My other bike (see sig) is more fun doing gnarly descents and jumps, but this bike is the tits when it comes to all day epics.
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    My 1997 Schwinn Straight 6

    Hi guys, wanted to post my Schwinn...one of my favorites!
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    That's a nice ride!

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    I had one just like that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad mechanic View Post
    I had one just like that...
    Thanks, I appreciate it! I feel pretty lucky since I have yet to see another blue one...

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    It's in fantastic condition 98, for a 14 year old ride!
    Fantastic looking bike.

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    30 dollar moab 3



    Now a 100 dollar moab 3


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    Quote Originally Posted by monochrome View Post
    It's in fantastic condition 98, for a 14 year old ride!
    Fantastic looking bike.
    Thanks Monochrome....I really appreciate it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonbo View Post
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    Wow, that is a really nice looking Moab!!! What year?? Looks like it is in awesome shape!!

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    I did some research its a first year 1998 Schwinn Moab 3 7005 aluminum frame doubled butted
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    Here is my updated 2001 Rocket 88-3.

    Bought it new in 2001 along with a 2001 Moab 2. I mounted new Avid BB7 mechanical discs on new Mavic Cross Wheels. Also replaced the SRAM cassette with a Shimano XT 11-34 and the small and medium chainrings with XT, all running on a Shimano HG-93 chain.

    It originally came with Michelin 2.1 F/R. I'm running a Kenda Nevegal 2.35 on the front and a WTB Bronson 2.1 on the rear.

    The Fox Float has a new kit and the Manitou fork re-lubed. The suspension is in great shape, thanks in part to Schwinn's switch to bearings from bushings in 2001.
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    How do you like its ride?

    I think the SX-R is still a good fork today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad mechanic View Post
    How do you like its ride?

    I think the SX-R is still a good fork today.
    Not bad. I need to replace the dust seals with modern variety so I can run it with the boot off for easier cleaning.

    The 2.35 Nevegal sure helps.....so far. Today's ride will be the test.

    The disc brakes, 185/160 make a huge diff. I'm looking forward to comparing it with my other disc equipped bikes....on the trail.
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    It passed the rocky trail test with flying colors. New lighter wheels, better tyres, big disc brakes.....this thing rips. My Trek EX-8 has better fork and shock features.....Brain and lock-out.....but the Rocket 88 is lighter and more nimble.

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    Just got it from Craigslist and upgraded all the components to Deore, great bike for unpaved and commuting!!! Total cost with upgrade is less than $350, and elsewhere I saw same component group bike costs $1200 at least... Total weight now is about 29lb

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    Hows the opinions on newer schwinns? Sadly i purchased from from a big box store but I gotta say I love it so far. I THINK its a 2011 Sidewinder, it was the only silver one the rest were black and had different stems and frames. Ill try to get a few pictures up on it soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad mechanic View Post
    How do you like its ride?

    I think the SX-R is still a good fork today.
    I agree with B-mech here. Once I freshened up my old SX-R (a black 1999 model, I believe...possibly 98), I was impressed with how well it rode. Amazing what actually having shock oil in it can do for the compression damping...

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    Here the new schwinn I brought home today, love the looks of it and shifts fantastic.




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    Quote Originally Posted by jafstl38 View Post
    Hows the opinions on newer schwinns? Sadly i purchased from from a big box store but I gotta say I love it so far. I THINK its a 2011 Sidewinder, it was the only silver one the rest were black and had different stems and frames. Ill try to get a few pictures up on it soon.
    It is a Dorell bike. Not bike shop quality. Upgrade wisely, parts that can follow to a new bike down the line. Get the usefulness out of it, but don't count on it to ride like a bike shop quality bike. Technology in bikes has trickled down, what you have is probably a lot like the cutting edge technology of 1998... It will work, and it's better than no bike. Have fun, learn to work on your bike, you'll unfortunately probably get several chances to.

    If you get the chance... Get to a demo day for one of the big independent bike companies like giant or specialized, or trek. Ride something of quality on a real trail. You'll see the differences.

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    Hmmm I bought this to replace the broken Diamondback Response behind it (orange) the DB has a broken fork and I didn't wanna buy a new fork for $200 when I could get a new bike for $160. Might have made a mistake...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jafstl38 View Post
    Hmmm I bought this to replace the broken Diamondback Response behind it (orange) the DB has a broken fork and I didn't wanna buy a new fork for $200 when I could get a new bike for $160. Might have made a mistake...
    If you bought a whole bike for less than a fork, think about the massive corners which were cut to hit that price.

    If you can, return it. Otherwise ride it, and if mountain biking is something you want to do, then spend the money on a good quality, goo performance bike.

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    2001 Schwinn Moab 2....updated

    I recently updated my 2001 Schwinn Moab 2 HT. I bought it in 2001 when Schwinn was liquidating the last bikes under American ownership. It has been one of my favorite hard tails so it seemed natural to update it with disc brakes and lighter wheels.

    I added Avid BB7 disc brakes, Mavic Crossride wheels and a SMC Selle seat. I redid the Rockshox Judy SL forks with new EnduroSeals and 5wt oil and SuperSlick grease on the springs. The fork bushings were in great shape. New jockey wheels on the Shimano XT rear derailleur:

    I topped it off with a WTB Bronson 2.1 in the front and a Maaxis Larsen TT 2.0 in the rear.

    All told the project cost about $410. All of the stuff was purchased at discounts.

    The Moab 26er compliments my Specialized Stumpjumper 29er HT nicely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad mechanic View Post
    If you bought a whole bike for less than a fork, think about the massive corners which were cut to hit that price.

    If you can, return it. Otherwise ride it, and if mountain biking is something you want to do, then spend the money on a good quality, goo performance bike.
    Returned it and bought an awesome fork for my DB Response, Schwinn was decent but the fork was crap. Glad I kept the Diamondback


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    Quote Originally Posted by jafstl38 View Post
    Returned it and bought an awesome fork for my DB Response, Schwinn was decent but the fork was crap. Glad I kept the Diamondback

    What fork did you get?

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    probably a rockshox dart, that is probably the best for they have there

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    Sharp Moab, great re-build on the Cheap! I love the bargain hunting when one is in the midst of that kind of project.
    This last weekend I rode my 99 s-10 in a semi-organized epic ride. 5000 feet of climb over 26 miles of mostly technical single track. I trained on the heavier, less pedal efficient giant reign then switched to the schwinn after putting one good ride on it to sort out any issues. Thing was a champ and handled all the technical and downhill duties beautifully. This bike is pictured a few pages back, but is a red Carbon S-10 with Crossmax ST's, 100mm Reba SL, new XT shifters, Hayes Mag brakes (yes, I found a 22mm caliber for $5!). I'm shown at about 1:45 in the video entering a climb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastboy143 View Post
    Sharp Moab, great re-build on the Cheap! I love the bargain hunting when one is in the midst of that kind of project.
    This last weekend I rode my 99 s-10 in a semi-organized epic ride. 5000 feet of climb over 26 miles of mostly technical single track. I trained on the heavier, less pedal efficient giant reign then switched to the schwinn after putting one good ride on it to sort out any issues. Thing was a champ and handled all the technical and downhill duties beautifully. This bike is pictured a few pages back, but is a red Carbon S-10 with Crossmax ST's, 100mm Reba SL, new XT shifters, Hayes Mag brakes (yes, I found a 22mm caliber for $5!). I'm shown at about 1:45 in the video entering a climb.
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    I just ran into someone with a 99 s-20 for sale. The carbon has a few nicks and scratches. Trying to decide if I want to invest in a carbon bike that old with nicks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Barrett View Post
    I just ran into someone with a 99 s-20 for sale. The carbon has a few nicks and scratches. Trying to decide if I want to invest in a carbon bike that old with nicks.
    I've found the carbon to be extremely durable, and have seem them take a massive amount of abuse without issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Barrett View Post
    I just ran into someone with a 99 s-20 for sale. The carbon has a few nicks and scratches. Trying to decide if I want to invest in a carbon bike that old with nicks.
    Turns out that the S-20 is a sweet ride. Really comfortable and massive stand over for a 19" frame. Handles really well on single track as well as sand and rocky downhill.

    It actually had the original Tioga Factory XC tires.....hard as a rock. I choose WTB Weirwolfs over the more period correct Velociraptors because of their lower rolling resistance and design closer to the Bronsons.....which I use on other bikes and love.

    I'll try to replace the Easton Monkey Bar with a 1999 Titec Enduro...if I can find one. The long travel Rockshox Judy XC is in great shape....just needs graphics.

    The seat post was cut pretty short at some point. I'd like to fine another one that gives full coverage through the carbon frame.

    The frame has a few scratches and scuffs...what you would expect from a 13 year old Y bike that was stored in garages etc.

    It is about 5.5 pounds heavier than my 1997 Trek Y-33 carbon but actually absorbs the bumps better and is a hell of a lot quieter. Both are an interesting part of Mountain Bike history.
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    I've always wondered if Schwinn mixed lead in with their carbon fiber. Those old S-frames were heavy as hell, even the Homegrowns (which I have). But it lasted me 8 years of riding with no issues, so there is something to be said for that! And I still think they are very interesting-looking bikes. I also liked the extremely compact wheelbase they had.

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    This one is 29.5....which is probably typical today for most sub $4K full suspension bikes.

    The carbon seems pretty solid. Not as hollow sounding as the light Trek Y-33s and Super-lite of the day.

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    Mine was always around 32 since I didn't have high-end components. My current bike is 30, but it also has 6" of travel, a 36mm fork, and a 20mm thru-axle. Those old Carbons were definitely overbuilt, which is good for those of us who still like them. I have an unbuilt Homegrown front triangle, and it's definitely not hollow-sounding at all. I've heard the aluminum Sweetspots can be built down quite low, like 24 lb or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Barrett View Post
    Turns out that the S-20 is a sweet ride.
    Here are two ways to make it work even better:
    Sweetspot - making it work correctly

    Schwinn Sweetspot cable routing

    In your case, I would do the new cable routing for all three cables.

    By the way, the Schwinn Sweetspots like yours make arguably the best full suspension single speeds. Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CTB View Post
    I've always wondered if Schwinn mixed lead in with their carbon fiber. Those old S-frames were heavy as hell, even the Homegrowns (which I have). But it lasted me 8 years of riding with no issues, so there is something to be said for that!
    After seeing the abuse my friend put his through (and is still putting it through) I can see exactly where that extra weight went. The carbon part of those frame is very burly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad mechanic View Post
    Here are two ways to make it work even better:
    Sweetspot - making it work correctly

    Schwinn Sweetspot cable routing

    In your case, I would do the new cable routing for all three cables.

    By the way, the Schwinn Sweetspots like yours make arguably the best full suspension single speeds. Just saying.
    Thanks.

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    New Crankset for the the Rocket LTD , the old Truvative Stylo spindle kept popping out, replaced it with a Shimano SlX.
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    I have my Sweetspot carbon for sale. Please forgive, I'm posting not just to spread the word among Schwinn lovers but I'm also sharing the full build up specs for those of you doing your own. PM me if you want details on the price/terms.
    "Older Frame with modern suspension and brakes. 28.x lbs as-is without pedals (29.1 w/ Candy 2's), easy and inexpensive to drop another 1.5+ lbs. (tires, hollowtech crank)<br><br>In 1999, Schwinn was making some amazing xc race bikes. The Homegrown has a cult-like following to this day. The S-10 Carbon frame shares the same geometry and ride characteristics of it's hallowed brother, differing in the source & material of the rear triangle (taiwan / 7005 aluminum vs US / 6005) and place of assembly (taiwan vs US). I have owned a full susp. Homegrown and can't tell the difference on the trail. They both respond VERY well to a 100mm fork and climb with terrific efficiency for an older frame design. The beauty of this design is that the leverage on the rear suspension is altered when you stand, transforming the bike into a near-hardtail when you need the extra efficiency.<br><br> The shock on it is a $200 custom air spring unit by Risse Racing of Redmond, OR. Rear travel with this shock is about 3.5 inches. The shock needs service, but that's only $35 and I will throw in the service for my asking price. You will be able to custom tune per your riding style. I have the original shock on it now, the old rockshox deluxe. Good plush coil spring for someone 180-220 lbs.
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    I bought and built this last Spring as a backup/extra bike, but now have an opportunity to get something I really REALLY want for a great price. I will still have to add $$ to the sale proceeds to get my goal. The main pivot has new bushings that I bought from the frame designer John Castellano. The fork is a 2010 100mm Reba SL with lockout, rebound and compression damping adjustments. Lightweight, stiff and reliable; a $400 fork when new. Installed with a new headset last summer and about 30 hours of use since. <br>Brakes are Hayes Mag hydraulics with a 180mm disc in front and a 160 in the rear. SUPER RARE, HARD TO FIND rear hydraulic caliper for this frame, but I found one and it works beautifully. Very good modulation and power. Wheels, OMG. the wheels: 2009 Crossmax ST's. A tough, stiff, light and expensive wheelset designed for trail use. No weight limit imposed by the manufacturer. An $800 wheelset new retail. Shifters are 2010 Shimano XT with less than a season of use. Derailleurs are XT front and (original) XTR rear with an LX crankset. Easton MonkeyLite Carbon Handlebar, ODI Rogue lock on grips, Selle Italia leather-wrapped saddle with titanium rails.<br>If I were going to keep the bike, other than the shock rebuild I would upgrade the crankset. About the shock: I went to change the rear shock oil but when I reassembled it it was hydraulically locked. I repeated from instructions but never got it quite right. Now I'm out of extra shock oil and it is still not right. Again, Risse does the service for about $35. If you are serious, I can take you on a good hour-long ride that should show you what you need to know.<br><br>. I rode the bike for 6 hours a few weeks ago, 26 miles and just at 5000 feet of climbing. Performed awesome!
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    hmmmmm sexy sexy sweetspot!

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    my mongoose xr-250

    just getting back into mountain biking rite now this all i can offord
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    just getting back into mountain biking rite now this all i can offord
    I think this is the thread you're looking for:
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    Great looking bikes added since last I checked!Anyone seen,or have, a 2001 Homegrown for sale?My custom built 2001 Homegrown was stolen recently so right now I am building up a 2010 Jamis Team Dragon.I would much rather have another 2001 Homegrown frame,but they don't exactly grow on trees.

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