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  1. #301
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    When I was a kid:
    Cheap Orange huffy with black spatter paint
    Cheap Nakumira department store bike

    Since I got into cycling seriously in 2006:

    2006 Kona Kula (sold it)


    Cheap aluminum Raleigh frame (rattle-canned) that Peter @ Misfit Psycles helped me convert to a singlespeed (now dismantled):


    Surly 1x1:


    Zion 737 EBB (this bike has seen many different setups):


    Misfit Psycles DiSSent 29er (my favourite)


    2007 Jamis Xenith Comp:


    2007 Steelwool Sweet City SS (had brake bosses welded on and custom paint job) - Converted it to a CX bike:

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    Holy cow at some of these lists. Awesome.

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    1967 Sears 20" Mustang with banana seat and ape hanger bars
    1970 Philips 3 speed 28" wheel commuter
    1980 Raleigh Grand Prix 10 speed road bike
    1984 Kuwahara Apollo ATB 15 speed
    1986 Cycle Tech Nova MTB with DX components
    1988 Mongoose IBOC Pro with Deore XT
    1992 Mountain Cycle San Andreas FS
    1998 Norco Java hardtail
    1999 Jamis Dakar Team FS
    2000 Rocky Mountain Vertex hardtail *
    2000 Rocky Mountain Instinct FS
    2004 Rocky Mountain ETSX70 FS
    2004 Brodie 1 Ball with Rohloff hub hardtail
    2005 Rocky Mountain Blizzard hardtail
    2005 Kona A FS with Rohloff hub *
    2006 Kona A FS SS
    2006 Rocky Mountain Slayer 70 FS
    2007 Rocky Mountain Vertex Team hardtail *
    2007 Rocky Mountain Slayer SXC Canuck FS *
    2007 Rocky Mountain ETSX Team FS *

    Jeez, do you notice a trend...
    * good thing I've never had room for more than a few at a time, I'm a serial bike polygamist

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    only 23, so i don't have a stellar collection yet.

    -huffy roadmaster
    -murray (forget what it was, the first department store back with a suspension fork iirc. dark navy blue/neon green)
    -bmx2 tarantula (department store bmx bike)
    -dyno gt
    -haro shredder
    -sequiota roubideoux (local shop steel frame)
    -08 spec rockhopper (finally on something respectable!)

    took years to convince my parents i needed something that didn't come from walmart/toys r us. bought the haro and gt with my own lawn mowing cash, got the sequiota off a friend for $50 and once i had a good job, and the sequiota stolen, bought the rockhopper and have been upgrading ever since.

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    Well, I have a decent list for being 22 years of age:
    -Old ass Schwinn little kids bike from the 70's that had solid rubber tires with a banana seat
    -Orange huffy that weighed a ton, and also had a sad excuse for a suspension fork
    -Black huffy rigid that was my moms that I beat the **** out of, and eventually tacoed the rim going off jumps
    -1970's mossbrow?? touring bike that was my dads, and one day he just gave it to the salvation army, still mad...
    -1994 ross mt. hood mountain bike rigid siginature series, the first good mountain bike that I ever owned, and still own to this day but is inop.
    -2002 trek 4500 that I upgraded every part on including converting to disc brakes, first really nice bike, sold it to my friend this past summer knowing that would be the perfect owner for it.
    -2004 turner burner the first really nice American made bike that I owned and still own to this day.The only thing is this past spring the seat tube cracked by the lower shock mount, so turner warranted me a 08 turner flux along with the new rockers. Love this bike even more now.
    -2005 fuji cross comp cyclocross bike that I still own and use for road training, some cyclocross, and also trail riding. Probably the most versatile bike that I own.
    -06 redline monocog 26er, that is upgraded a bit with full discs, better wheels like a rear Paul comp word disc hub, and shimano xt/ mavic rim front wheel.
    -Newly brought and being built this winter 07 salsa em merriachi frame set 29er. Plain to go crazy on the build with this bike, and use noting but the best.

    That is all of them, except for my sisters ciginal bikes steel tank. Ten bikes, not bad for a 22 year old. I am also probably missing a few from very early on.
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    Bikes my dad bought me:
    ross 16" bmx
    fuji 24" wheel 10 spd
    peugeot 49cm road with SIS, butted tubing.

    Bikes I bought:
    Columbia mountain bike from Herman's sporting good store. Took the bus to the mall, rode it home. Broke just about every part learning to ride. Good parts went on:
    Jamis Dakota AL
    Dagger FS, Easton Elite front tri with amp b3 rear. Crazy light, always broke. Weight weenie bike, lightest it got was 23.5 with coil f&r. Had some silly parts on that thing: Klein straatum pro carbon bars, flite evo 2 carbon seat.
    Jamis Dakar- got as a backup frame because the Dagger was always cracking,
    Klein Attitude, rigid trials setup
    Klein Mantra, by far worst bike owned. Sold after 2 weeks
    Iron Horse THS-1 dh, made by Foes, giant curnutt shock, 54t chainring!, dark grey XTR
    Raleigh technium road bike, built out of the shop parts bin, free bike. Aluminum front tri, bonded to steel rear end. Came unglued doing rear wheel hops. Warranty frame was black aluminum race frame. Still have this as my commuter. 36h deepVs on campy hubs, bar end shifters.
    Specialized FSR Elite. first Z1, full xtr, king hubs.
    Marin b17, z1, van rc, hayes discs when they first came out
    Cove G-spot
    Manitou FS
    Kona Stab delux,
    Kona Chute
    Hoffman dirty130
    Specialized Enduro
    DMR sidekick
    Specialized Bighit
    Santa Cruz Superlight
    80's lugged Bertoni, fixed conversion. hot pink!
    Santa Cruz Bullit
    Iron Horse SGS DH
    Iron Horse 7point
    Turner DHR - current DH bike
    Kona Explosif SS - current XC bike

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    1967 vintage Schwinn Sting Ray
    My Dad's old Schwinn Varsity
    Sears Free Spirit - Stolen at college
    Korean-made 10 speed I bought over there for $100.

    Real Road Bikes

    Trek Touring bike of some sort (my first "serious" bike"
    Bianchi model something or other circa 1986 - back when you could get a road bike with Shimano 600 (now called Ultegra) on an actual $600 bike.
    Gitane road bike - very nice bike - another victim of theft.
    Trek 1500 - replaced the Gitane and I road it for 10 years
    Trek 5200 - bought it in 1997 and still ride it on the road
    Cannondale Aluminum road bike - not sure why I bought this one. Nice bike, but I didn't need another road bike, so I sold it.

    MTB

    1986 model Bianchi Grizzly - Complete with chainstay-mounted rollercam brakes - perhaps the worst idea ever in cycling history.

    Giant Hard Tail of some sort. A big improvement on the Bianchi.

    Trek Model 930 - Crappy components, but I got 3 years out of it without ever replacing a single part. Managed to sell it for $250.

    Specialized Stumpjumper M2 - my first really nice MTB. I just took this one out of mothballs and had it fixed up to nearly-new condition. Road it for the first time in several years yesterday. Still a sweet ride.

    K2 Razorback - my first dualie and a very nice bike. Too bad the frame kept cracking.

    Gary Fisher Sugar 3+ - my regular ride for the the past 4 years until I bought my new baby, which is a:

    Santa Cruz Superlight RXC - I bought this one last June and and loving it.

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    Sears MX (late 70's with black/orange fade paint and a moto seat, bent the frame jumping curbs)
    BCA Freestyle (early 80's white and purple, broke the frame)
    86 Haro FST (red, broke it in half on a quater-pipe)
    87 GT Pro Freestyle Tour (chrome! boy I miss this bike, sold to a friend because my grades sucked)
    87 Trek 800 (black with blue graphics, converted to singlespeed in 2001 until it cracked)
    88 BCA 'racer' 10-speed roadie (sliver, donated to local bike works)
    90 Schwinn Sprint roadie (teal, still in my parents garage)
    99 Kona Nunu (back into MTB, my father rides it now)
    01 Trek 1000 roadie (white/blue, my brother in law rides it now)
    02 Yeti Kokopelli (grey and black, sold to a needy college kid for a song)
    03 Santa Cruz Chameleon (red, sold in 2004 because it was too small)
    03 BT Raven (trials bike, sold to fund the Vicious)
    04 Vicious Slider Cross bike (puzzle paint- still have this one)
    05 Giant STP (sold to fund the second chameleon)
    05 Santa Cruz Chameleon (red again, sold to fund the XTC)
    05 Surly Cross Check (was run over by an old lady in 7/08)
    06 Giant XTC (great for short-track but sold to fund the Anthem)
    07 Giant Anthem (sold to fund the el mar)
    08 Surly Karate Monkey (Husker Blu -still have this one)
    08 Surly Cross Check (replaced the one the lady ran over)
    08 Salsa El Mariachi SS (current main ride- love it!)

    Wow, thats more than I realized.....

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    1. Dyno Coyote (5th b-day, been addicted since)
    2. Cheap Yellow BMX
    3. Haro (freestyle, currently name is evading me)
    3.Mongoose Ultra Storm
    5 - 15. Misc bikes I found in trash cans and such.
    16.Pro Flex 756
    17.Schwinn Rocket 88
    19.Schwinn (freestyle, forgot which one)
    20. Dyno (20" dirt jumper)
    21.Schwinn Super Sport
    22. 1991 Haro Impulse
    23 - 27 Misc found bikes

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    1) ~1987 Peugeot BMX-style kids bike 16" IIRC
    2) 6 spd huffy 'mountain bike' style cheapo, 24" rims
    3) Biscayne (? I think?) 26" mountain bike full shimano with canti brakes and indexed trigger shifters. ~1991
    4) GT Mach 1 - red, road this for several years nearly exclusively as I got way into dirt jumping.
    5) ~1994 Used 20" (WAY too big) Diamond Back frame with a Rock Shox Quadra 10 fork, XT components, and the first grip shift.
    6) 1996 Performance M106 frame, full XT, rock shox judy DH (1997), XT V-brakes (first year). Custom built wheels XT hubs on red rhyno light rims. I was working at Performance at the time.

    ---------- hiatus from riding I never should have taken ------------

    7) 2001 Specialized Big Hit Comp w/ Stratos S7, MRP, 8" hayes f/r, 165mm race face cranks. Killer freeride/light downhill setup- thing manualed for DAYS bombing down trails and pavement with the novelty 24" rear (that didn't roll over ANYTHING).

    8) 2007 Raleigh Rush Hour SS/Fixed. Put about 25 miles on it and sold it as I moved to a super hilly area.

    9) 2009 Giant Trance X2

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    1) some 1987ish blue walmart / toys r us brand bmx thing
    2) 1990's GT interceptor upgraded pitbull breaks, DK neck, powerlite bars
    3) 1990'sTreck 830
    4) 1990's treck 9000 (purple with the lime green swing arm)
    5) 1999 specialized stumpjumpper comp
    6) 2006 specialized stumpjumpper FSR comp
    7) 2008 kona unit SS 29er
    Three out of the four voices in my head say, "Go for it!"

    2010 Ventana El Comandante

    08 Kona Unit 2-9

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    Let's see, as a semi-adult:

    1. Schwinn Moab;
    2. Specialized Epic;
    3. Lemond Tourmalet
    4. Orbea Onix
    5. Niner E.M.D.
    6. Astrix Rook
    7. Turner Sultan
    8. Lenz Leviathan 4.0

    9. As a kid, I had the nicest schwinn bmx bike around...
    10. Before the schwinn bmx bike, I had some other 20 incher, which was upgraded when my dad got involved with in the only bike shop in town.

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    You really wouldn't need much more that these two. Very nice taste, the SS gods approve and so do I!

    Quote Originally Posted by nspace
    Misfit Psycles DiSSent 29er (my favourite)


    2007 Steelwool Sweet City SS (had brake bosses welded on and custom paint job) - Converted it to a CX bike:

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    I'm too old to remember but my first bike came from the police auction. I broke the frame jumping. My dad welded it and I broke it again. My dad welded it and... You get the idea.

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    My List...
    1) Schwinn brown banana seat
    2) Mongoose BMX
    3) Diamond Back BMX
    4) Schwinn ten speed
    5) Raleigh hardtail mtb -black w/ bright splatter paint
    6) Marin hardtail mtb -whiite w/ black splatter paint
    7) Cannondale hardtail
    8) '00 Kona Muni-Mula (cracked frame)
    9) '03 Kona Muni-Mula (cracked frame in same spot)
    10) '05 Kona Caldera (still have- grocery getter)
    11) '06 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR (I love this bike- and always will)

    I really want a Turner RFX and a Niner 29er dual suspension.

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    You guys had real bikes. My list is something like this...

    1) The brown unknown brand weld-repair bike.
    2) The beat-up red one with the torn banana seat.
    3) The one I made from the parts Johnny gave me plus some tape.
    4) The one with the bent frame that would only turn left and only 1 pedal.

    I took good care of my stuff but all my parents could afford until I was about 13-14 was hand-me-down stuff.

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    Big Wheel
    Dont remember brand (but it had that cool azz mattel veroom thing) 1968/69
    Another no name painted thing perhaps stolen & re painted?
    Poguet 10 speed road bike or something like that. It had a lugged frame! used
    Then years later....
    Schwinn road bike dont remember the model
    Falcon Black Diamond- family hand me down
    Schwinn "Mirada" Stolen. see line 3 for payback
    TREK 7000 hardtail
    GT I drive XCR 2000
    GT I drive 4.0 warrenty replacement for above
    TREK ???? Y2K warrenty replacement frame for 7000
    Niner RIP 9 (08)
    Niner SIR 9 rigid SS assembled as I write this never ridden

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorfish
    I took good care of my stuff but all my parents could afford until I was about 13-14 was hand-me-down stuff.
    Im with you on that- the only thing that made it so I could start affording nicer bikes was a double-paper-route!

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    Still more updates

    93 Cannondale M700
    95 Klein Rascal
    96 Trek Y-33
    96 Manitou System DH
    01 Iron Horse G-Spot
    01 Schwinn Straight 6
    02 Foes Fly
    03 Intense Spider
    03 Titus Quasimoto
    03 Titus Quasimoto DH
    05 Titus Moto-lite
    05 Banshee Scirocco
    06 Seven Duo
    06 Ellsworth Moment
    06 Gunnar Ruffian 29er SS
    07 Niner RIP9
    05 Seven Sola Ti (still have)
    08 Ellsworth Tiruth (still have)
    08 Ellsworth Moment (still have)
    06 Ellsworth Rogue (still have)
    07 Ellsworth Epiphany (still have)
    08 Vassago Optimus Ti 29er SS (still have)
    08 Sinister Ridge (still have)

    and road bikes:

    05 Orbea Lobular
    05 Orbea Aletta Tri
    06 Titus FCR Ti
    07 Orbea Ora Tri (still have)
    05 Seven Elium SG (still have)
    Kokopelli Racing

    "Curb drops to flat, or curb drops to transition? There's a BIG difference there." Qfactor03

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    Huffy unknown model black with green splatter paint
    Unknown spraypainted black BMX bike
    Mongoose BMX racing bike
    Dyno comp freestyle BMX bike
    Diamond back steel hardtail with a softride stem
    Baracuda Mtn bike
    Schwinn S96.1 hardtail mountain bike
    Schwinn Homegrown Hardtail
    Redline monocog
    Gary Fisher Rig
    Trek 2100 roadbike
    Gary Fisher Hi-Fi Pro
    Jabberwocky SS (current and main bike)

    Typing out that list I feel like I've had more bikes, but I think it's just the various builds I've had on each bike (though technically they have the same frames).

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    1. Early '80s Schwinn Stingray clone - Don't remember brand name. Blue w/white pin stripping, full fenders, banana seat, ape hangers

    2. Mid-'80s BMX bike - Don't remember brand name. Chrome.

    3. White department store MTB - Don't remember brand name. Stolen at school/

    4. Columbia MTB - Red. High school commuter.

    5. Mainland China SS cruiser - No brand name. Complete rubbish.

    6. Trek 850 MTB. Still own. Commute to work every day on it, plus weekend rides.
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    1. 16" BMX (Still in the shed)
    2. Standish MTB (must have been a 24" as I got it when I was young)
    3. GT Avalanche with RST forks (was amazing back in the day)
    4. Craftworks Slalom Pro
    5. Schwinn BMX
    6. Kona Coiler
    7. Kona Smoke (converted to SS)
    8. Morewood Izimu DH
    9. Transition Trail or Park
    10. On-One Il Pompino
    11. Scott Scale 35
    12. Haro Mary SS

    I'm sure I've missed one or two though.

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    pony bike when i was little
    scott sportster p3
    author airline (cross bike, 2 years old)
    kona caldera(15 days old)

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_slacker
    You really wouldn't need much more that these two. Very nice taste, the SS gods approve and so do I!
    Haha, thanks!

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    1. More big wheels than I can remember.
    2. A purple Schwinn with a banana seat and 3 speed gear shifter.
    3. Green 3 wheel Schwinn town and country. Used to deliver my news papers with that.
    4. A Firenze Mt. bike from top of the hill Daily city. My bro got a car stereo and gave me the free bike.
    5. Saved and saved and saved for a yellow and black Panasonic DX-5000?. Bought it from Palo Alto bike shop back when there we not so stuck up. Road the wheels off that thing till the frame broke at Alpine and Portola Rd.
    6. Wised up and bought my first mt. bike. A Diamondback apex. Kind of a smoky purple camouflage with purple h2o cages. Dam it looked gay but hey it was the 80's.
    7. A Pro-Flex 855. Road that bike into the ground.
    8. A Specialized FSR elite.
    9. Rocky Mountain Element
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    Yellow Schwinn String Ray circa 1972 (liked it)
    Dan Gurney Factory Racing BMX circa 1975 - Blue, home-build (one with it)
    *Stolen and got it back!
    Red Schwinn Continental 10-speed c. 1979 - Lived with it
    Yellow Jamis Dakota Mtn Bike 1983 - College bike; dated on it!
    White Jamis Avalanche Tange HT Mtn Bike - San Diego; best bike ever
    *Brother got hit on it; bro OK, bike lost (RIP)
    2002 Spesh SJ Comp FS - Never really bonded with it*
    *Stolen
    2003 Spesh SJ Comp FS - Still groovin' on it, upgrading as we fo
    2002 Cannondale Cad-3 Tri bike - Too much TT for me (want it?)
    2008 Spesh Tarmac upgraded with Ultegra SL - Wow, bikes sure are better
    2007 GT Legato 1.0 - Errand bike and trips to the pool, picking it up next week!

    Nice thread...old school and good memories. Wish I had that Avalanche back!

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    1.1967 Schwinn Stingray (metallic blue) when I was 7. I rode this bike till I was about 12 years old.

    2. early 70's Crystal 10-speed. Japanese...I was about 12...started riding long distance. Stolen one day...I was heart broken. I liked that bike! It had cool stuff for the day...like downtube shifters.

    3. A cheap Chinese folding bike I rode in Jr. High. It was a fun ride. Funky looking, but it was the 70's so it was cool.

    4. 1979 Raleigh Super Grand Prix, started touring on this bike. Went with me to Idaho on the front of my Jeep. It is where I met a Bikecennenial group travelling on the TransAm trail...changed everything for me. I decided I was going to tour the following summer. This bike was stolen in Albuquerque when riding to Canada from Mexico.

    5. 1981 Univega Gran Turismo, bought this one in Albuquerque to continue my tour. I still have it. I had it rebuilt and toured on it last summer. Still a great riding touring bike.

    6. 1986 Trek 850 "antelope", my first mtn bike...changed everything. The Gran Turismo went into storage.

    7. 1988 Fisher ProCaliber, my first true badass mtn bike. Delicate Prestige tubing. Broke after 11 months.

    8. Specialized Sirius (bright red) road bike. Sold it after about a year.

    9. Broke my Trek while waiting for the Fisher replacement. Trek sent me another steel bike, but it didn't feel the same as my old yellow 850. I sold it.

    10. Specialized Allez carbonfiber. An upgrade from the Sirius. A badass road bike! Sold it in 1991 or 1992 after seeing them fail in the Tour of the Gila.

    11. Fisher ProCaliber warranty frame. Rode it for a while and then sold it when the next bike arrived.

    12. 1990 Merlin titanium mtn bike. It arrived 1 week after the Worlds in Durango. Cracked at the BB shell. Merlin performed a Bottom-bracket-ectomy by machining out the small pressed in BB shell and welded in a new standard threaded shell. Cracked again at head tube downtube junction.

    13. 1992 Bridgestone RB-2 roadbike. A replacement to the Allez. A pound heavier, but a better riding bike. Classic steel. I still have this bike! I love it. Last new bike I have bought.

    14. 1993 Merlin warranty frame. Nice bike! Better than the 1990 version. Bigger tubes, but still only a 1" headtube. Cracked again at the same spot; headtube/downtube.

    15. 1996 Merlin warranty frame. The ultimate Merlin! Last of the true Rob Vandermark Merlins. Big tubes, 1 1/8" headtube. I still ride this bike offroad! Its my primary mountain bike! I love this bike! I've toured on it, raced on it, and generally just have fun riding it. I still like looking at it. It is a thing of beauty!

    16. 2000 Litespeed Toccoa (bought used in 2006). I live and work overseas and I wanted a travel bike. I could not bring myself to hack my Merlin in two for an S & S couping retrofit, so I bought this one. It is a Super bike! Rides awesome! Love this bike...and it packs in a suitcase sized case. Its been quite a few places now. The retrofit has paid for itself in saved airline fees alone.

    note: bold print is bikes I still have and ride.
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    Way back to '84

    Schwinn High Sierra (84-86), stolen; High Sierra (86-87), stolen; Diamondback Ascent (87-89), broken; Ascent (89-92), broken; Diamondback Ascent, retired (92-08); Santa Cruz Heckler (08-present). Not sure about the Diamondback years; they all kind of run together. But the one I have hanging in my garage has S-stays.

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    hmm ive had to many bikes to remember 4 or 5 giants an old panasonic with the clutch in the crank old mongoose pro bmx 4 or 5 khs 99 dbr x2 02 k2 pos dual suspention brok the frame in 2 weeksa couple of old haros with th v frame 3 iron horse hard tails95 96 97 07 specialized hard rock sport still have sette flite still have
    "look mom no hands"

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    1997 gt timberline in gold stx-rc drive train mantiou sx-r fork (sold)2002
    1998 cannondale charger orange F900 hope mini disc front avid ultimate lever rear with bb7 and hope hubs(stolen 2007)
    2000 cannondale F2000sx shorter stem hayes brakes
    Had an old trek 1200 road bike i sold a lotus and schwinn i flipped for profit

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    Batman edition Big Wheel
    Murray something or other BMX bike, probably early 90s
    Ross Pirahna (80's) that my dad bought at a garage sale
    2001Specialized Hardrock
    2004 Cannondale F600
    1972? Schwinn Continental
    SS is like beer...its an acquired taste.

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    From first to last:
    --Free Spirit MTB, from Sears
    --Nishiki Competion, $25 at a garage sale, my first road bike that started it all
    --Serotta, not sure which model, but it was pink
    --Vitus 939, one of my favorite riding road bikes
    --Lemond Zurich, a 1996 model with about 16,000 miles on it. Yay for steal!
    --Jamis Durango Sport, my first MTB that started it all
    --'02 Trek Fuel 100, my baby
    Brakes? Who needs brakes?!?! They just slow you down...

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    one more time, with more cowbell...

    1. Schwinn Banana seat coaster brake (my first singlespeed!)
    2. Schwinn Deluxe Varsity 10 speed that could shift while coasting
    3. Panasonic RX-4000 (car ran into me)
    4. Performance Superbe Pro (bought with car accident insurance money)
    5. Cannondale Road bike (bought from some Ironman guy our shop sponsored)
    6. Miyata with old Shimano 600
    7. Tommasini Super Prestige (wrecked into a signpost at 35 mph)
    8. Marushi mountain bike with 6 speed Deore XT.
    9. Fat Chance Wicked
    10. Redline 24” cruiser
    11. Trek 930 with Funk Big fork

    ............Long break with no bikes when I smoked cigs and ate too much junk food....................

    12. Raleigh M-400 (got me back into riding, thank you! )
    13. Tommasini Prestige (too small)
    14. Marin Mount Vision (I hated full suspension so much that it started me on singlespeed, converted the Raleigh M-400)
    15. Surly 1x1
    16. Phobia Anxiety fixed gear mountain bike (bad name for a fixed gear mtb)
    17. Raleigh Technium townie singlespeed with wicked witch of the west handlebars
    18. Oschner fixed gear road bike
    19. Tomasso fixed gear road bike
    20. Mountain Cycles Zen (still hated full suspension, why did I build this bike?)
    21. Surly Karate Monkey 29er singlespeed
    22. Bianchi CUSS singlespeed
    23. Specialized Stumpjumper singlespeed
    24. Indigo Cycles road fixie (still have)
    25. Indigo Cycles 29er singlespeed
    26. Matt Chester Indie Rock Cross Bike
    27. Trek Tandem (still have)
    28. Carver 96'er
    29. Black Sheep Fixie Commuter
    30. Niner One9
    31. Niner SIR9
    32. Salsa El Mariachi
    33. Seven Verve Ti
    34. Surly Long Haul Trucker
    35. Surly Karate Monkey Commuter Bike (still have)
    36. Trek Navigator 100 with Xtracycle (still have)
    37. Carl Strong Ti 29er
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessep
    I may of missed a few...

    1989 Bridgestone MB-1
    1990 Bridgestone MB-1
    1991 Bridgestone MB-1
    Bianchi cross(now fixed)
    Bianchi Ibex
    Bianchi Pista

    Cannondale Chase 2
    Cannondale Darwin (yes I did ride one)
    Cannondale F4000sl
    Cannondale Gemini 800
    Cannondale Jekyll 900SL
    Cannondale Judge 1
    Cannondale Prophet 2 MX
    Cannondale Prophet 4000
    Cannondale Prophet 4Cross
    Cannondale Synapse Carbon

    Eddie Mercxx road
    edge cycles Icarus full suspension

    Ellsworth Chaos
    Ellsworth Epiphany
    Ellsworth Flight
    Ellsworth ID
    Ellsworth Moment
    Ellsworth Rogue
    Ellsworth Specialist
    Ellsworth Truth (the crappy one)
    Ellsworth witness (sweet)

    Fisher Cake 2 DLX
    Fisher Fat Possum XO
    Fisher King Fisher 2
    Fisher Procaliber
    Fisher Rig
    Giant ATX Team XC
    Giant XcX DS1
    GT I-drive
    Ibis Bow-ti
    Ibis Mojo
    Ibis Ripley

    Ironhorse 7.7
    Ironhorse MKIII
    Ironhorse Yakuza

    Lemond zurich road

    Litespeed Bella
    Litespeed Ghisallo
    Litespeed Mount Diablo
    Litespeed Niota Ti
    Litespeed Pisgah

    Marin (Something crappy)
    Merlin Newsboy
    Merlin Works 4.0 (wow)
    Merlin XLM 6/4
    Nishiki Manitoba
    Redline MX-2 BMX

    Santa Cruz Blur (old one)
    Santa Cruz Blur 4X
    Santa Cruz Blur LT
    Santa Cruz Blur XC
    Santa Cruz Heckler
    Santa Cruz Jackal
    Santa Cruz Nomad
    Santa Cruz Tazman

    schwinn 1960 cruiser
    Schwinn Aluminium MTB,
    Schwinn something MTB
    Schwinn Tourney ATB

    SE Racing PK Ripper Looptail,

    specialized hardrock
    Specialized P.1 (still have)
    Specialized Rockhopper Comp FS
    Specialized Stumphumper 120

    Titus quasimoto
    Titus racer x
    Titus supermoto
    Titus titanium 29" racer x exogrid

    Trek Fuel EX 9.5
    Trek Jack 1
    Trek Police Bike FS (bar ends and a rear rack)
    Trek Remedy 66
    Trek session 77
    Trek Y

    Yeti ASR Full Carbon
    Yeti 575
    Yeti 303
    Yeti DH9
    Yeti ARC Ti
    Yeti ARC
    You are one lucky guy.
    "A Fifth of Yager, a four pack or Red Bull, and a full suspension mountain bike, now thats quite a combo."

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    as many as I can remember

    Huffy Six Shift (i think that's what it was called)
    Dyno Nitro
    GT Palomar
    Specialized Rockhopper

    **Begin Serious Mtn biking on Rockhopper**

    03 Kona Dawg
    Lemond Reno
    Trek Madone 4.5
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    Its great to see so many people have had/ still own more bikes than me!

    1. 88' 16" wheel Universal BMX (blue everything!)
    2. 2nd hand Gold and black Raleigh BMX
    3. 2nd hand Universal Pegasus MTB (Matt grey and pink!)
    STOPPED RIDING
    4. 98' Giant Mosh BMX
    5. 02' Giant Terrago
    6. 03' Giant XTC 840
    7. 03' Handsomedog Rockolla jump bike (Kona copy)
    8. 03' Specialized Big Hit
    9. 04' Klein Palomino*
    10.80' Dawes Mirage - First roady
    11.05' Giant MCM Team*
    12.03' Lemond Arrivee*
    13.06' Kona Lava Dome
    14.05' GT Power series 24" Cruiser
    15.05' Kona Humu*
    16.89' Haro Extreme*
    17.07' On one Inbred 853 (Pink No.100 of 100)*
    18.08' Orange Patriot*
    19.08' Panasonic Titanium 29er*
    20.08' Orange St4*

    * still own

    My brother has owned

    1.Universal trike
    2.Unbranded BMX
    3.Giant Boulder FS
    4.Klein Adept*

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    Wow I thought I had had a lot. Guess not though... although I guess I've only been riding for 5-6 seasons.

    I'm going to go with ridden rather then owned though... more interesting list.

    2003 Schwinn Homegrown (my sisters, got me into riding)
    Old Trek mtb (my moms, fully rigid)
    Bridgestone MB-1 (my dad's old bike)
    2004 Specialized FSR XC Comp (recently converted to SS)
    2007 Turner Nitrous (now for sale)
    2008 Yeti 575
    2006 Iron Horse Sunday

    Currently I'm riding the 575, Sunday, and FSR XC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomasali
    20.08' Orange St4
    Have you got any pics of the ST4???

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    Early 60s Schwinn kids cruiser
    1968 Schwinn Sting Ray Deluxe ss with coaster brake (campus green)
    Early 70s Schwinn Varsity road bike
    1985 Miyata Trail Runner mtb
    1987 Miyata Ridge Runner mtb (factory warranty for broken Trail Runner)
    1994 Specialized Rockhopper Comp FS mtb
    1994 Cannondale 2.8 Series road bike
    1997 Specialized M2 S-Works mtb
    1996 Serotta Atlanta road bike
    2002 Trek 5500 OCLV road bike
    2004 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR mtb
    2008 Trek Madone 5.2 Pro road bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by grrrah
    crappy green toys-r-us bike with banana seat (~1982)
    crappy bmx bike (~1986)
    crappy huffy rigid mtn bike (college commuter)
    mid-90's Raleigh rigid mtn bike, which I got in exchange for some golf clubs

    1998 GT I-drive 4.0 (first real bike)
    2001 Santa Cruz Bullit (miss this one)
    2003 Jamis Komodo Hardtail (still have the frame)
    2003 Giant NRS 2
    1994 Trek 1220 roadie/commuter
    2006 Santa Cruz Blur LT (current)
    2005 Giant TCR Limited Roadie (current)
    2004 Cannondale 1FG (current)
    2006 Surly Karate Monkey (current, but needs to be put back together)
    Giant TCR is the only bike remaining from above.

    But have added and still have:

    07 Niner EMD9
    04 Specialized langster
    07 Niner One9
    08 Niner Rip9
    New Retrotec Classic (still need to build up)

    (One9 may go after Retrotec is finished)

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    1993-ish bontrager OR with diagonal dropouts (rebuilt several times as technology advanced), right now the frame is sitting in my closet because i don't feel like dumping two grand into making it into a pimpass SS. i even have a corsa 1'' steerer fork for it
    2003 cannondale jekyll: some ******* stole it along with my yakima rack right off of my 4runner.
    2004 fuji odessa: what the fcuk was i thinking?
    2005 rockhopper comp: average bike
    2006 crossroads xc pro: commuter. heavy like anchor. good drivetrain
    2006 handjob: started out as geared bike, now an SS. best bike i've ever owned
    2007 singlecross: singlespeed tricross, not much else to say
    2008 el santo: great bike, my first soft tail. stopped riding it after i rigged the handjob to SS singletrack duty

    other bikes:
    generic target schwinn "mountain" bike: commuter bike. no one will steal that piece of crap, and if they do, i really don't care. i lock it up outside. it just might rust to death first
    diamond back BMX: 1040 tubing, naked metal finish. my first bike at 8, and it was even a singlespeed
    huffy rock something: blue and purple 18, or was that 21?, speed monstrosity that attempted to kill me several times and stopped me from mountain biking until i grew tall enough to ride dad's bontrager (he later gave it to me)

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    A late 80's pink girls 16" single speed with coaster brake (the bike I learned to ride on)
    Early 90's 20" Silver Huffy - Stolen
    1995 24" Walmart 12 speed (The Cheetah)
    1998 26" Walmart 18 speed commuter.

    Stopped riding till 2007
    2001 Tech team POS commuter
    2008 Kona Dr. Dew
    Learned the difference between a cheap bike and well made one.
    2006 Norco Rampage (sold)
    2007 Haro Mary XC (converted to SS)
    2007 Commencal Meta 5.5

    A Modest list compared to most of yours (although I've acquired the last 4 bikes on the list in the past 10 months). Hopefully I'll catch up to some of you in a couple of years.

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    I posted this in an older thread but wanted to get on the list so here you go.

    1. 2007 Cannondale Prophet 5 (purchased at REI for $1,299)

    2. 2007 Cannondale Bad Boy (lowest priced model, rim brakes purchased at a REI
    scratch and dent sale for $299).

    3. 2001 Cannondale F600 (purchased at a pawn shop for $200, eBayed the Headshok for $150)

    4. 2004 Cannondale R2000 (paid $200 and traded an LCD flat-screen 27 inch TV to a friend).

    5. 1994 Cannondale H200 (free, donated to me from a co-worker, was missing the front wheel. Plan on turning it into a single-speed, entry level 29er/cross bike). UPDATE AS OF 1/31/09: Scraped the 29er project and turned it into a cool looking hybrid commuter. Left it in GA with my cousin because I don't have the space for it in NY.

    I got pretty good deals on most of my bikes. I think the best deal was for the R2000. The Bad Boy is priceless because its what I use to make my daily commute to and from work (800 miles since I purchased it, all maintenance free). UPDATE AS OF 1/31/09: Before leaving Georgia, I had over 1500 miles on this bike. Swapped the Maxxis Detonator tires (donated to the H200) for some Continental Grand Prix 3000 kevlar tires (donated from the R2000). Really anxious to get the F600 built up and customize it with a few personal touches. The H200 is an ongoing project. The challenge with this bike is to see how cheaply I can build it. The Prophet is a sweet bike. I haven't had the time to ride it like I want but it will be getting a workout this summer.
    I plan on upgrading the wheels in the next month or so. Trying to see if I find a good deal on a whole bike with a decent Lefty wheelset.

    Other bikes I've owned in the past (listed chronologically).

    6. 2007 Cannondale Rush (paid $450 at a REI scratch and dent sale). It was a women's medium. Just test rode it to make sure everything was working. Never hit the trail with it. I eBayed the frame to a guy in Ireland for $320. Moved the rear deraileur (SRAM X-9) and the cranks (FSA V-Drive) to the Prophet. I kept all the other parts including the Lefty Speed and the wheels for the F600 frame which I am in the process of building up.

    7. 200? Motobecane Fantom 3.0. Purchased in 2005. This was my introduction to full-suspension and disc brakes. It was $450 used at a Play-It-Again Sports store. I traded my Giant Sedona for it. The store gave me a $150 credit toward the purchase so I paid about $300 including tax. The bike was a 16" (too small). I learned a lot from riding it and eventually sold it to a guy at work who wanted to buy a decent entry level bike. Before I sold it, I removed the disc brakes and wheels, swapped the wheels and rim brakes from the F600 and sold it for $200

    8. 1996 Giant Sedona (paid $500 new). This was my introduction to mountain biking. I purchased this bike with no knowledge of mountain biking whatsoever. I went into the store, looked at a couple of bikes and sat on a couple. Purchased this one based on the salesperson's recommendation. It was basic black, fully rigid and it was a 23.5 inch frame (bb to seatpost). I actually thought this sizing was right, basing it on a road bike but it was waaay too big for the trail. Back then, higher end bikes seem to all have Rock Shox forks and one disc brake in the front. I don't even remember seeing a full-suspension bike back then. Rode it on the trails occassionally and a few more times in the city. Used it as a commuter a few times between 2002 and 2004. Spent a few years just hanging in the garage.

    9. GT Pro Performer. Not sure of the year model (this was back 1986). I think I paid a friend $75 for the frame, all chrome, and built it up with a set of Peregrine 48 spoke wheels, After I moved away from home, it stayed in my father's tool shed for a number of years. He gave it away to some kid in the neighborhood (I am still salty about that. I could've gotten a nice piece of change for that bike). You would think a man that owns 6 bikes would give away one of his own (he has a few Raleigh and Schwinn old school ten speeds and hybrids). I guess he saw the BMX as a kid bike and thought I had outgrown it.

    10. A neon green Mongoose BMX (paid $175 through mail order out of a BMX Plus! magazine). This was my introduction to BMX/Freestyle. Can't remember the model name but it had white Skyway mag (six spoke) and white tires. It had pegs that screwed into holes threaded on the front fork. It had a hard white plastic seat and grips and a ACS rotor. I rode that bike everywhere and tried to jump over everything. I cracked the frame near the headtube and the downtube. A guy wanted to purchase the frame from me. I told him about the crack and he still wanted to buy it. Sold the frame, handlebars, seat and seatpost for $75. Sold the mags to another buddy for $50.

    11. A beige-colored ten speed looking bike with only five speeds. Model unknown, price unknown. It had brown bartape and those brake lever things that allowed you to squeeze the brakes from the top bar. They looked like an 'L'. It was given to me by my aunt after she found out my other bike was stolen. I rode it for a few months until a buddy of mines pulled up on a Mongoose BMX. After I purchased my Mongoose, it never got ridden again. My aunt came around after that and saw me riding the BMX. She asked me about the bike she bought and I told her it was in the shed. She had a funny look on her face. I think I offended her. Oh well. Don't know where that bike is...

    12. A black ten speed with red bartape. Model unknown, price unknown. It was a X-mas gift from my father. It was cool looking and racy. I had it for a month and it was stolen from in front of a video game arcade when I was playing Ms. Pac Man.

    14. A Kermit the frog green Tyler ten speed looking bike with only five speeds. Had drop bars and rattrap pedals. Price unknown. I believe my father purchased this bike from Woolworth (remember them?). I had just learned to ride a bike back then from the other kids in the neighborhood (I believe I was eight at the time). He also purchased a 3 speed aqua blue Tyler bike with coaster brakes for my sister who had just learned to ride too. Her bike was woman's style frame with the slanted top tube and had moustache bars with plasticky-looking handgrips and hard rubber pedals.

    15. A maroon tricycle. Model unknown, price unknown. Don't remember anything about this bike (or trike). I only know about it from a few old pictures.

    It actually was kinda nice taking inventory and strolling back down memory lane. Had fun riding bikes for the past 37 years (will be 38 in April). As long as I am in good health and if God sees fit to let me live another 38 years, I hope to still be riding.

    Take care folks and keep riding those bikes 'til the wheels fall off!
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    1987 DBS bmx
    1991 Myiata Evolution?
    1995 Cannondale M900
    1997 Cannondale M1000
    1999? Azonic DS1
    2002 Schwinn Straight 6
    2002 Turner RFX
    2004 On One Inbred
    2005 Seven Sola steel
    1985 Myiata One Ten roadbike
    2008 Turner RFX
    2008 Canfield F1 Jedi

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    This is going to be depressing for me in terms of money spent and bikes now gone but I'll play. I'll only go with bikes I purchased myself from about 17yrs old and on.

    Giant Yukon
    Trek 7000
    Fat Chance Yo Eddy
    Bianchi cyclocross
    Ritchey P23 2x9 way before 9spd was standard
    Bontrager Privateer
    Salsa LaRaza road
    Soulcraft cyclocross
    Santa Cruz Chameleon
    Santa Cruz Heckler
    Azonic DS1
    Trek 520 and old road bike I converted to single speed
    Sycip Unleaded
    Gary Fisher Supercaliber 29er
    Intense 5.5 EVP - curretly own
    Sycip Diesel singlespeed - curretly own
    Vicious Cycles 29er - curretly own

    I'm pretty sure that's it. I guess its not as long as some of your guys' lists but the saddest thing about my list is that it should have never gotten past bike #3. That Yo Eddy was probably the best bike I'd ever ridden. But it was a little small for me and the one inch head tube was limiting in terms of what kind of fork could get etc. I love the bikes I own now though. I could be fine without all those other bikes I've owned but I'd like that Yo back and the Sycip Unleaded (a very close 2nd to the Yo). Those are the only two I truly regret.

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    A bunch of crappy, no name BMX bikes
    Diamond Back Ascent
    Cannondale F700 w/ Headshok DD50
    Curtlo Advanced Mountaineer (current ride)
    Standard STA500
    Metal Burma
    S&M Stricker (current ride)
    Bianchi Pista (current ride)
    Brooklyn Machine Works Park Bike 26/24 (current ride)

    Frames stashed away waiting to be built into bikes:
    Terrible One Barcode
    Metal Burma

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    Well it all started with a few childhood bikes... probably a huffy! ...

    Graduated to a Raleigh... which was stolen
    then onto a Giant Rincon or Yukon... which was stolen...

    Then I had a huge hiatus from bikes... and in 2007 I got:

    '07 Cannondale Prophet 4

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    Red K-Mart Something
    Pacific Mountain Bike?
    Pacific Mountain Bike?
    NEXT Mountain Bike = TRASHED
    Trek 4300 (Got smart. Saved my own money!)
    08 Gary Fisher Hoo Koo E Koo
    06 Trek Madone 5.2 (Thanks Marc!) (still have)
    Vitus 979 (still have)
    09 Gary Fisher Paragon (still have)

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    Can't remember all the bikes from my youth but here is the list starting in the 80's to present.
    1985 Norco 10 speed- sold it for $50
    1992 Miele mtb- stolen in 96
    1993 Specialized Stumpjumper- Stolen after three weeks
    1993 Specialized M2- stolen in 2001
    2000 Rocky Mountain RM6- sold in 2000, moved from BC to Ontario
    2001 Cannondale Jekyll- Stolen off roof rack with above M2
    2001 Cannondale Tandem- keeps wifey happy
    2002 Cannondale Jekyll - sold in 02
    2003 Cannondale Jekyll- Sold in 03
    2004 Santa Cruz Heckler- still own it and still love it, built light
    2005 Specialized Allez- for when trails are too wet
    2007 Giant Reign X- for when things get rough

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    Huffy bmx piece of crap
    Sears 10 speed
    98 Giant Rincon MTB ( 1st one)
    Mid to late 90's Gary Fisher Hoo koo e koo
    2003 Specialized Enduro pro
    2003 Kona Stinky dee lux
    2006 Bianchi Wuss singlespeed
    2006 Transition Gran mal
    Surly Karate Monkey 29 er
    Free agent Hellcat 24" bmx cruiser

    I think thats it

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    1970ish Raleigh Fireball (3 speed sturmer Archer with ball breaker shift)
    1975 One of my Grandfathers old black 29" bikes stripped down with ape hangers
    1977 Another one stripped down but painted purple (seriously cool)
    1978 Healing 10 speed
    1993 Cannondale H600 hybrid (currently converting to SS)
    2002 Trek 4300 (now with slick and used as a commuter)
    2008 Giant Reign 1

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    50ish three wheeler with rear drive.
    50 murray 24" girls frame, my sisters
    53 Schwin cruiser with 3 spd rear hub, springer front and ape hangers. Love this bike!!
    56 Austrian racing frame with 3 spd rear hub, forget the name, it was candy red.
    72 10 speed clunker from Pep Boys. sold after 3 months.
    74 Raliegh International all campy with sew up tires. (first real bike)
    79 found a old 10 speed. only two gears worked. gave it away
    '83 Fuji road bike with the oval crankset. sold to my neighbor and was stolen.
    '86 Poghliagi with full campy record. This was a beauty! stolen
    '87 bought a Italian bike at Helens full campy record. forget the name
    Sold it and found out it had a cracked bottom bracket tube. from one of my crashes.
    FIRST MT. BIKE
    '86 Gary fisher Hokoeku solid fork and rear. very fast bike
    '97 Trek Y2 full suspension bike. converted to a commuter, love this bike. although not very good for trail riding.
    '99 Speicialized M4 hard tail. hated this one.Learned to hate specialized after this
    '02 Girant NRS full carbon. very light but only had 1 1/2 travel forks.

    Current rides:
    '05 Debernadi Steel frame with full campy veloce and campy wheels.
    '06 KHS AM 2000 bought lefter over in 2008, upgraded almost everything on the bike, current mt. bike. (this bike is snake bit, more crashes and problems than all my other bikes combined.)
    '08 KHS Flight 300 commuter, 20 lb allum fram with brase on rear carrier brackets. added lighs but havn't commute yet, use as a trainer. will keep this one stock.

    I did this in roadbike review, but it is great fun to go back in time again.
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    Prior to 1991: Huffy 10 speed road bike, Huffy ProThunder3 BMX, Huffy SpeedKing

    '91 Trek 830 (Exage 400) college commuter bike

    '91 Trek 7000 (LX/DX) first "real" mountain bike

    '92 GT Zaskar (Manitou 2/XT) first tricked out MTB (3D violet anodized parts)

    '94 Cannondale F1000 (XT) great climber

    '96 Specialized M2 Comp (powder blue/XT) Jack-of-all trades, master of none. Now my 1x9 commuter bike

    '98 Litespeed Unicoi (XTR) JACKPOT! I won this bike in a contest.

    '03 Giant XTC Hardtail (XTR) team-sponsored race bike

    '04 Giant NRS (XTR) team-sponsored race bike

    '05 Santa Cruz Superlight (SRAM X.O) the duallie that I always wanted. There may be newer, blingier bikes but I have too much fun on this one to give her up.

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    ok hear we go
    1: a red smurf bike
    2:a blue universal bmx
    3:a Raleigh saber (started out as cheap store bike, ended up with loads of new old stock LX on it, think the frame was least valuable bit in the end...this was got me in to it all....so thank you Raleigh....
    4:a blue shogun thingy i borrowed of a mate and put my bits on
    5:A scott bolder it had rst 462 forks in brit pop white..lol
    6:a voodoo zoobop..so bastard niked this,
    7:next up was a zasker LE
    ....took a bit of a brake...was at that silly age....
    8:A alloy scott bike, cant remember what it was called but was pretty light had some okish stuff on it, brought it for £40 of a mate, just needed new chain and sprokets got me back in to rideing again, up graded to tora and deore disk brake.
    9:A blank £99 alloy frame, some lx bits and a reba fork
    10:a trek ex9 06 frame with all my bits on it, pritty nice bike.(was working in bike shop at time)
    11:a new 08trek fuel ex8...this thing is heavy. dosent like going up hills..but lucly some one nicked it so insurance company brought me....
    12:scott spark contesa...its got pink stripes......the best bike ive ever had so far...
    didnt realise i had that many bikes..umm what to get next...

    things ive learnt in my 13 years or mountainbikeing...gears are good, the more the better, especially when u live in a place as hilly as i do, full suspension is best, u go up and down faster, if it bobs to much its because u dont know how to pedal, single speed sucks, dont be a sucker... have a laugh, and if its pink or purpel and it will fit on youre bike..buy it...

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    I am building a 96 M2 right now and planned to make it a 1x9. Did you have to use a chain guide at all?
    Cannondale Caffeine 2 29er
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    Yuengling...

    I have run 1x9 for months and so far I haven't needed a chainguide. If I took it on more dedicated mountain rides I would seriously contemplate getting one.

    I run a 9spd DA rear derailleur mated to a 12-23 Ultegra cassette and 32t Salsa chainring. The throw to the 23 is quite noticable but I haven't had any problems thus far.

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    Prepare yourselves....
    Schwinn Predator Pro '97 (I think...)
    Gary Fisher Marlin '08

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    fun!!!

    93- Schwinn Predator BMX-stolen
    94-GT Dyno BMX-stolen
    96 Trek Mountain Track 820-stolen
    97-DB Sirrento POS
    Mongoose Alta
    Specialized Rockhopper
    Specialized Hardrock Comp Disc
    06 Specialized p2CrMo
    06 Specialized Enduro
    07 Titus El Guapo
    Kona Smoke 2-9

    not that many i guess, compared to some of u lol

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    1977-1980: Fisher Price bigwheel
    1982-1988: Schwinn bmx
    1989: $25 yard-sale orange 10-speed. Made in Belgium - didn't realize it then, but it was probably a road racing bike - wish I had kept & restored it.
    1990: $100 Huffy 18-speed mountain bike. Didn't have a lot of money then, so my dad talked me into saving $25 of my allowance over 3 months and he would pitch in $75 to get it for my birthday. Bought a $6 manual fork-mounted odometer (like an old-school automotive odometer) and racked up 3000 miles (mostly road) that summer before school.
    1991-1993: First "real" bike - Miyata Elevation 400'. Saved $500 over 6 months. Rigid, 400LX components.
    1993-present: Diamondback Axis Team - $1500. Full XT, upgraded with Mag 21. Still have it today as my road bike with slicks & carbon fork on it. 23 lbs
    1998-2006: Specialized FSR Extreme - $1800. XT with XTR shifters/brakes/derailleurs, Judy XL.
    2005-2007: Jamis XLT 3.0. Full XTR, Fox TALAS 85-125, Spinergy Xyclone Disc, Juicy 7, Thomson. 28 lbs
    2006-present: Access XCL - $40 aluminum frame off Ebay. Singlespeed, Sid Team, Spinergy Xyclone Disc, Juicy Ultimate, Thomson, Schwalbe Ice Spiker tires. Winter bike - 21 lbs
    2007-present: Titus Motolite II - $7000. Full XTR, Fox TALAS 100-140, King/317/DT wheels, Juicy Carbon, Thomson, 2.4 Mountain King Supersonics. 26 lbs.
    Hey, I didn't see that rock there."

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    Bikes that actually counted:

    Haro Mirra 540 (A long almost cruiser style BMX)
    Haro Flair (Loved this bike.. indestructible)
    Giant AC2 (My first mountain bike and it was quite the learning experience.)
    Rocky Mountain Slayer 30 (Learned about freeride on this bike)

    Currently Have:
    Jamis Dakar (A Frankenbike build for XC and light trails)
    Working on buying a Banshee Scythe.

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    16" bike in Japan
    20" BMX bike (stolen)
    24" "Mountain" Bike, Yellow
    Diamond Back Outlook (First bike I bought myself and my first "real" mountain bike)
    Trek 830 (with front suspension for the first time!)
    Trek 8700 (bought used, never had that much cash in my hand at one time, I was nervous!)
    something.com bike for parts (I forgot it now...it was bomb something or other.)
    Diamond Back XR4 (again mostly for parts...got a deal)
    Santa Cruz Bullit (weird combo with rim brakes. Fairly light build and a ton of fun)
    Giant XTC-1 (First with Marzocchi Z1 FR's...and then for some lighter weight X-Fly's)
    Turner Burner (couldn't pass up Performance Bike deal after they took over Supergo stores...$699 for frame!)
    Santa Cruz Chameleon (my first SS)

    And my road bikes:
    Specialized Langster (the first model year. i think it was like $400 back then. Sold it for $350 and didn't know why I was getting so many inquiries until the guy I sold to told me the new ones go for $600+ and he was very happy...)
    Fuji Team CF (no story, just a road bike)

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    Since the thread is still kicking, I will add my updates

    Quote Originally Posted by AL29er
    This could take a while, mostly chronological...

    Childhood:
    - race inc bmx
    - redline proline
    - panda pro am
    - champion
    - schwinn predator
    - GT performer
    - MCS pro bmx
    - Elf doublecross 24in bmx
    - redline proline bmx
    - Shimano skykomish mtb
    - Scott chromoly mtb
    - Torker 24in bmx

    Adult bikes
    - Marin bear mtn
    - SC Chameleon (slalom)
    - SC Heckler
    - SC Chameleon (xc)
    - Intense Uzzi SL
    - Chameleon (2nd slalom)
    - Da Bomb Sputnik urban rig
    - Specialized enduro ht (setup as singlespeed)
    - Surly 1x1
    - Litespeed Pisgah
    - SC heckler (new style, 5th element coil shock, AM build)
    - SC Chameleon (xc build)
    - On One Inbred SS
    - SC heckler (AM build, dhx coil, etc)
    - Surly 1x1 (basic build)
    - SC Bullit (freeride/am build)
    - Surly Instigator (am build)
    - Specialized enduro ht (am build)
    - Cove stiffee fr hardtail, urban rig
    - SC Blur LT (am build)
    - Rock Lobster road bike (lugged and brazed baby )
    - Rock Lobster EBB SS, rigid
    - Specialized Rockhopper Pro disc xc with custom build
    - SE Racing Assassin 20in bmx bike (for nostalgia sake)


    That should just about do it. I may be forgetting something in there but who cares, thats a lot of bikes and fun. Obviously there were some repeats in there. Some frames I tried in multiple sizes and build configurations. I am trying to settle down in my old age and spend more time riding / less time wrenching, buying, and selling
    Bikes since that posting (2006-2009)
    - Raleigh XXIX+G 29er
    - Ventana X5
    - Turner Sultan
    - Santa Cruz Heckler

    And since the introduction of digital photography I have tried to snap pictures of most of my bikes. Here is a slideshow of them:
    http://picasaweb.google.com/anon102/DougsRigs#slideshow

    Anyone else realize that their last 3-4 bikes are a lot more expensive than the rest
    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine
    that's the stupidest idea this side of pinkbike.

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    from first to last:

    Schwinn Stingray with the banana seat, sissy bar, etc... eventually broke everything off it, then the frame broke. Had the frame rewelded... had the bike forever wehn i was like 7.

    some top of the line schwinn that actually had a freewheel. It was full-on BMX with z-rims, 3 piece sugino cranks, etc... eventually i swapped the frame out. wow that frame was heavy!

    Diamond back BMX frame with same stuff as above... I went over to mags and a one piece crank for durability

    Schwinn Moab mt bike 24 spd i think-stolen

    Specialized Stumpjumper-black and stolen

    Schwinn Prelude roadbike... hit 50 mph once on a downhill, it was pink and on sale - stolen

    Giant Sedona... road the crap out of it, broke my collarbone...

    Raliegh m600... stolen before I got to really ride it well... scary fast and twitchy... first front shock bike and worked all summer to buy it... - stolen from campus

    GF big sur... had good fun with this bike...

    Rocky Mountain Slayer...5.5in of travel... very plush without any air shocks... a mantenance nightmare

    Specialized FSR XC Pro

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    1. Some BMX bike it was red
    2. 1990's GT geared rigid mtb it was black and green
    3. 1990's Gary Fisher Wahoo (now SS with fenders and bob trailer skewer)
    4. 2008 Raleigh Mojave 8.0 (now 1-9)
    5. 2007 Raleigh XXIX (with drops and cross tires)

    3-5 all get rode. I thought the Wahoo was going to go to the dumpster at one point but SS has revived it and i will probably have these bikes until the frames die. I really want to build up a pugsley to complete my quiver

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    big wheel
    schwinn crate
    schwinn scrambler
    mongoose roger decoster!!!motomags, baby!
    torker eddy king
    peugot tourmalet
    bridgestone rb-2
    brodie catalyst
    kona lava dome
    yeti fro
    lemond vanquer
    gt xizang
    gt lts
    ibis mojo
    trek 8500 (the party year)
    ibis alibi
    breezer lightning
    slingshot!!!
    steelman 525
    steelman eurocross
    dirtwerx 20
    reynolds racing 20
    standard 125rc
    blkmrkt mob - current
    transition covert - current
    transition trans am - current
    soulcraft option 3
    soulcraft holy roller
    steelman stage race
    yeti arc x ....I miss 'em all but loved 'em all...ok, maybe hated the trek

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    '79 Bigwheel (set it on fire and pushed it off a cliff, age 4)
    '80 Little metallic red single speed with foot brake (great for long burn-outs)
    '81 Ricardo chromo BMX (sold)

    No pushbikes, you ride motorbikes in the vast expanse of the Central Australian desert:
    Kawasaki KX 80
    Suzuki DR 125
    Honda XL 200

    '89 Haro Freestyle (sold)
    '91 Miyata carbon fibre roady (sold)
    '93 Shogun full ridgid mtb (sold)
    '96 Specialized Shark Cruiser (stolen)
    '97 Specialized Stumpjumper M2 (stolen, recovered, built back up, then stolen again)

    Drove around Australia in a '71 Kingswood station wagon with a swag, bull terrier, and a hash pipe.

    '03 Santa Cruz Heckler (sold)
    '04 Santa Cruz Bullit (sold)
    '05 Rocky Mountain Hammer (converted to SS)
    Another '96 Specialized Shark Cruiser (excellent SS cruiser. only ever seen two of these bikes and i've owned them both)
    '06 Foes FXR 2:1 (current)

    Many bikes i've bought second hand for a good price. You're just not going to get a new Heckler here for less than 5 and a half or 6 grand. A Foes FXR - frame only - is about 5 grand here, easily 8 or 9 grand built-up with worthy componentry. i just can't afford that sh!t, i wanna live baby! i got my FXR off Piker for twelve hunsky, 55 ETAs from Ebay, shifters/drivetrain from CRC, and canablized the Heckler before selling the frame. All-up a near new, full X.0 Foes for less than 3 grand.
    "You go up the hill, you go down the hill."

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    Ross Piranha (?) 16" wheels
    Dyno BMX bike 20" wheels
    Nishiki MTB 24" wheels
    Haro V3
    And hopefully someday an Ibex Ignition Super Pro...

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    86 Fuji mountain bike (Tahoe I think. give or take a year or two on the date)
    90 Specialized Stumpjumper (give or take a year on the date)
    93 Amp Research B2 (with F1 fork)

    had some knee problems, didn't ride from 1996-2000

    00 Specialized Rockhopper Disc Comp

    every bike after this was purchased as a frame only, with constant upgrading of components and swapping parts between bikes.

    02 Rocky Mountain Element TSC
    04 Hammerhead 100X (Titus RacerX) bought used, frame was a 2002
    05 Niner One9 (rigid singlespeed 29er)
    06 Soma Double Cross (cyclocross) - still have
    07 Waltworks (custom rigid singlespeed 29er) - still have
    09 Intense Spider 29 - currently being built
    09 Soma Double Cross DC - have frame, need a few more parts to upgrade the old Double Cross to disc brakes.

    Surly Pugsley - coming next
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    GI Joe big wheel
    Knight Rider big wheel
    '81Huffy Desperado banana seat bike
    '85 Huffy Stu Thomsen BMX
    '92 GT Avalanche (psychadelic blue paint)
    '08 GT Avalanche 3.0
    '09 GT Marathon 2.0

    some folks lists are just nuts! That's alot of bikes.
    I've got a boat full of fishing rods, but dang, a garage full of bikes!?

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    Short list!
    1. Early 70's Sparkle green Stingray, brand new! banana seat, ape hangers.
    2. Same Stingray, around '76 I did knobbys/10 speed seat/moto bars. Insta BMX.
    3. 1979 chrome Mongoose BMX, I remember Femco rims and a plastic seat bonded to the seatpost.
    4. Stingray is back! live in mountains so. moto bars upside down cut cafe racer style. Banana seat as far forward as it would go, nose up. Buddy pegs on the back axles. No cranks needed, it was a no speed. No brakes as well. Fixies beware, moms beware too. I had to sneak that bike out.
    5. 1983 Murray (wobble wheel) cruiser. Moved to beach, surf bike.
    6. 1987 Schwinn 10 speed $150 new no idea what kind. (fitness riding)
    7. 70's Schwinn beach cruiser (lost on 4th of July) around 1993
    8. Schwinn frontier MTB ($45 at swap meet) around 1997. the beginning
    9. 2001 Schwinn Mesa Gsx. The only stock part left is the frame. I still love it, and hit the trails weekly, but wish for a new bike. Now my son is riding I'm gonna have to keep it for a while.

    Nice trip down memory lane. Thanks!

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    Cool Thread, some very nice lists

    Man, props to anyone that was a part of the '80's BMX craze... Good Times

    Well, my list would have to include, a multitude of Big Wheels,
    with shredded wheels from doing to many power slides down the driveway.
    My most memorable being the KNIGHT RIDER Big Wheel. (Sweet)

    BMX bikes:

    A few crappy ones bought from Sears or Toys 'R' Us. Thanks Mom !!!
    GT Interceptor (Bright Red) The ultimate paper route bike, and ultimately stolen
    Redline Pro

    Mountain Bikes:

    GT Avalanche (my brothers, but I rode it and broke it, thanks Bro !)
    K2 Proflex (Hand me down from Uncle, still runnin,' I make my friends ride it)
    2003 S-works Enduro (Bright Red) Purchased in 2006, Ebay, for college graduation

    2007 Stumpy Pro (Bought with my own hard-earned CASH)

    Road Bike:
    1984 Centurion Iron Man Master (FREE from a friend) made it a Fixie, mint condition !!!

    Oh, and one VHS copy of the movie RAD !, That started it all !

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    1. 88' 16" wheel Universal BMX (blue everything!)
    2. 2nd hand Gold and black Raleigh BMX
    3. 2nd hand Universal Pegasus MTB (Matt grey and pink!)
    STOPPED RIDING
    4. 98' Giant Mosh BMX
    5. 02' Giant Terrago
    6. 03' Giant XTC 840
    7. 03' Handsomedog Rockolla jump bike (Kona copy)
    8. 03' Specialized Big Hit
    9. 04' Klein Palomino*
    10.80' Dawes Mirage - First roady
    11.05' Giant MCM Team
    12.03' Lemond Arrivee*
    13.06' Kona Lava Dome
    14.05' GT Power series 24" Cruiser
    15.05' Kona Humu*
    16.89' Haro Extreme*
    17.07' On one Inbred 853 (Pink No.100 of 100)*
    18.08' Orange Patriot*
    19.08' Panasonic Titanium 29er*
    20.08' Orange St4*
    21.09' Scott Scale 30*
    22.06' Giant XTC hybrid (forgot bout' this one! sold it straight away)
    23.07' Rocky Mountain CXR
    Last edited by thomasali; 04-03-2009 at 03:08 PM.

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    khs alite 2000
    rocky mountain element 10
    norco pintical
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    The list keeps growing

    More updates to the list:

    93 Cannondale M700
    95 Klein Rascal
    96 Trek Y-33
    96 Manitou System DH
    01 Iron Horse G-Spot
    01 Schwinn Straight 6
    02 Foes Fly
    03 Intense Spider
    03 Titus Quasimoto
    03 Titus Quasimoto DH
    05 Titus Moto-lite
    05 Banshee Scirocco
    06 Seven Duo
    06 Ellsworth Moment
    06 Gunnar Ruffian 29er SS
    07 Niner RIP9
    05 Seven Sola Ti (still have)
    08 Ellsworth Tiruth (still have)
    08 Ellsworth Moment (still have)
    06 Ellsworth Rogue (still have)
    07 Ellsworth Epiphany (still have)
    08 Vassago Optimus Ti 29er SS (still have)
    08 Sinister Ridge (still have)

    and road bikes:

    05 Orbea Lobular
    05 Orbea Aletta Tri
    06 Titus FCR Ti
    07 Orbea Ora Tri (still have)
    05 Seven Elium SG (still have)
    06 Independent Fab Club Racer fixie (still have)
    Kokopelli Racing

    "Curb drops to flat, or curb drops to transition? There's a BIG difference there." Qfactor03

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    I have since changed the rockers on the Route 66 to slacken the bike out a bit; much better.
    I also added an 07 Foes FXR; snappier than the Route 66 but not as plush.
    And the old 5 Spot... still rolling along; I've tested the Ciclon, Elrey Foes XCT 2:1, 2 sizes of Epiphany and DW Turner Plux, Spot and Sultan and none of them can make me sell my 5 Spot and spend $2300 to replace it.

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    Huffy Trax 2000 - Candy apple red circa 1981
    DiamondBack Super Streak - Chrome (started racing BMX on this in 1984)
    Revcore XL BMX Bike (chrome)
    Cyclecraft XL BMX Bike - (yellow with dirt legs)
    Giant ATX 900? - Rigid MTB (first one)
    S&M Holmes BMX Bike (Chrome)
    S & M Challenger BMX Bike (Chrome)
    Cannondale F400 - Elastomer Rockshox Fork (my Dad still rides this bike)
    DiamondBack Aluminum BMX Bike (raced factory support for a year on this bike)
    S&M Holmes BMX Bike (Yellow, finished racing BMX on this in 1998)
    Nashbar hardtail (chrome) - builtup with Marzocchi Fork
    S&M Challenger BMX Bike (Blue)
    Cannondale Jekyll 3000SL - miss this bike
    Cannondale Rush900 - current endurance rig
    Specialized Allez Sport - current roadbike
    DK UX24 - current urban/dirt/park ride (may race in BMX cruiser class for fun this year)
    UPDATE-added a few:
    1998 Specialized M2 Team
    2006 Blk Mrkt Mob - Dirt Jumper and park bike, will race BMX on this instead-will be more fun.
    Surly 1x1 Rigid Singlespeed - made me realize how awesome rigid is.
    Cannondale Caffeine 2 29er
    Redline Monocog Flight 29er
    Fuji RC Team
    Kona Jake the Snake
    Blk Mrkt Mob

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockyuphill
    1967 Sears 20" Mustang with banana seat and ape hanger bars
    1970 Philips 3 speed 28" wheel commuter
    1980 Raleigh Grand Prix 10 speed road bike
    1984 Kuwahara Apollo ATB 15 speed
    1986 Cycle Tech Nova MTB with DX components
    1988 Mongoose IBOC Pro with Deore XT
    1992 Mountain Cycle San Andreas FS
    1998 Norco Java hardtail
    1999 Jamis Dakar Team FS
    2000 Rocky Mountain Vertex hardtail *
    2000 Rocky Mountain Instinct FS
    2004 Rocky Mountain ETSX70 FS
    2004 Brodie 1 Ball with Rohloff hub hardtail
    2005 Rocky Mountain Blizzard hardtail
    2005 Kona A FS with Rohloff hub *
    2006 Kona A FS SS
    2006 Rocky Mountain Slayer 70 FS
    2007 Rocky Mountain Vertex Team hardtail *
    2007 Rocky Mountain Slayer SXC Canuck FS *
    2007 Rocky Mountain ETSX Team FS *

    Jeez, do you notice a trend...
    * good thing I've never had room for more than a few at a time, I'm a serial bike polygamist
    Think ya forgots one,Rocky...


    Tho I don't know what setup you had way back when she was yers
    '11 Origin 8 700CX
    '14 Surly Troll

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    I have probs remembering several of em (memory probs come w/ my injuries,but I digress...),but here are the ones that stand out in my mind...

    Early 90's Mongoose Switchback (1st bikeshop bike)
    Mid-90's Fuji-something-or-other (bought at 29buzz's last iteration of his shop)
    Late 90's GT Zaskar LE
    2000 Trek 6000
    2002 Redline Monocog (see above...hey Rocky,it is a 2002,right?)
    2003 Gary Fisher Advance
    2005 Rocky Mountain Blizard
    2007 Redline Monocog Flite (never finished actually built it up...you want it? PM me )
    2008 Redline d440
    '11 Origin 8 700CX
    '14 Surly Troll

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    All my bikes

    1968 Hawthorne "stingray type" bike
    1972 Sears 10 speed (pretty good bike!)
    1970ish stingray type BMX conversion- good wheelie bike! Had forks from a Scwhinn heavy duty (we had to build our own back then) This bike kicked ass until I broke the frame.
    1970ish Schwinn Heavy Duty "Paper Boy Bike"
    1976 Volkscycle 10 speed (thought this would be an upgrade, but I think the Sears was better)
    1982ish Giant MTB (Really a solid bike- should have kept)
    2007 Specialized Rock Hopper (Still have)
    2000-ish Schwinn Cruiser 6 (Still have)

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    Orange Schwinn Moab
    Trek 8500
    Trek 9.9
    Trek fuel 110

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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead!

    Hi. I'm a new forum member hailing from the tiny island of Singapore.
    I had owned only three mountain bikes in my lifetime (not counting the Taiwanese folding bikes ... LOL). First bike was a Crestone, then Rocky Mountain Vertex ltd, and finally a Mongoose titanium X9 I think.
    I still hv my Rocky Mountain Vertex ltd as I just love this bike too much to let it go. I am now trying to find the history of this bike, but could not find anything on the net. I bought it about 10 years ago (maybe longer) and was told that it was a worldwide limited edition of about 50 frames only (just guessing).
    Can anyone point me in the right direction to get more info on this model? Much appreciated.
    Happy riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Impkenai
    Hi. I'm a new forum member hailing from the tiny island of Singapore.
    I had owned only three mountain bikes in my lifetime (not counting the Taiwanese folding bikes ... LOL). First bike was a Crestone, then Rocky Mountain Vertex ltd, and finally a Mongoose titanium X9 I think.
    I still hv my Rocky Mountain Vertex ltd as I just love this bike too much to let it go. I am now trying to find the history of this bike, but could not find anything on the net. I bought it about 10 years ago (maybe longer) and was told that it was a worldwide limited edition of about 50 frames only (just guessing).
    Can anyone point me in the right direction to get more info on this model? Much appreciated.
    Happy riding.
    PM Rockyuphill- he is a Canadian who knows everything about Rocky Mountain bikes(he has five of them!). Here is a link to a thread he started. Click on his username and PM him from there:

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    Thks, Zachariah. Will follow up on the lead.

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    random cheepo bikes..then i saw full sussers and it started

    marin rift zone.black.when they first came out...sold
    marin quake 9.0 silver..wow what a tank..awsum bike..sold was too big
    coyote dh/xc also known as an f2.. red.. still have it but not built up
    mountain cycle san andreas 2003 ,black.. ...sold
    mountain cycle fury,red ..broke it. returned
    mountain cycle fury black..only had it a couple days.bought it for a m8 off ebay..so not realy mine.but i got to play on it
    mountain cycle fury black 2009 replacment 50/50 for my old red one (current and very very happy with it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melt
    1. 16" bmx made by "bmx"
    2. 20" randoor (stolen)
    3. 20" kent 5 spd
    4. 92 24" schwinn sidewinder
    5. 93 26" trek 800
    6. 95 mongoose switchback
    7. 97 trek 6000 hardtail (stolen)
    8. bianch bmx of some sort (freewheel broke, not sure what i did with it)
    9. 95 Raliegh m80 hardtail
    10. 97 klein mantra race
    11. 03 santa cruz superlight
    12. 04 bianchi SASS
    13. 06 giant faith 3
    14. 05 santa cruz blur (broke frame, xfered parts to #16)
    15. 03 bianchi buss
    16. 05 trek fuel ex9
    17. 07 Free Agent Hellcat 24 (stolen)
    18. older Schwinn 24" bmx (beaten with baseball bats while locked up at CSU chico)
    19. 06 Specialized Enduro Expert (still have)
    20. 07 nExt beach cruiser (broke)
    21. older huffy, found in creek, rode around town till bearings seized
    22. 81 Trek Multitrack 700
    23. 02 Specialized Vegas (still have)
    Updated list, from 18 onward
    AZ has the best mountain bike gathering ever

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    Chronologically, with approx year:

    1975: 10" wheeled fixie, no training wheels, learned to ride it the day I got it. (4th birthday)
    1977: Anonymous 24" wheeled 3 speed
    1980: crappy 20" wheeled folder - stripped of everything but rear brake and ridden like BMX - I survived, the bike didn't
    1984: Falcon Pro Theta - first real BMX, black and chrome all over, loved it!
    1985: Silver Fox something or other - more black & chrome, but with Tuff Wheels
    1986: GT Pro Series - red, blue, gold and black & chrome - 20" rocket!
    1987: Kuwahara California freestyler - twin top tube and down tubes.
    1988: Peugeot Atlas 18 speed mountain bike - Reynold tubing Suntour indexed gears - stolen after 2 months.
    1988: Raleigh Maverick - bought with insurance from Peugeot (so I could pocket the difference) - total POS - stolen after 6 months.
    1990: Diamond Back viper, back on a BMX for a while
    1990: Mongoose Californian, all red and chrome with Yellow OGK wheels - rockin!
    1991: Marin Bear Valley - Zolatone grey paint - first sloping tube mountain bike - awesome!
    1992: Marin Bear Valley - yep, upgraded to new years model - satin black and gloss black - didnt like it as much so...........
    1992: Another 1991 Bear Valley, upgraded to full XT / Mavics / Flite seat - light and fast.
    1993: Getting serious - KLEIN Attitude team USA in Green/White/Pink - crowd stopper - climbed like a rocket - descended like an extremely unforgiving overly rigid thing.
    1994 Short on cash so sold KLEIN - bought Stumpjumper - had for 1 month, still shot on cash so traded for cash +
    1994 Marin Eldridge Grade - Pale grey Zolatone with orange bits - too heavy after previous bikes so after 6 months bought.......
    1994: Stumpjumper Comp with Halson Inversion fork, loaded with trick bits but my interest in mountain bikes waned after 18 moths and I bought:
    1996: S & M Holmes XL - Custom build cost me over $1500 - absolutely ridiculous - kept this but also bought:
    1997: S & M Challenger - it was cheap and cool in its own way
    1997: Vintage ('80s) Mongoose 24" cruiser - but in late 1997 took a bad fall dirt jumping and SOLD ALL MY BIKES!
    1999: Living in a new town and needed some transport so picked up a cheap (battered) classic black 1991 Kona Lavadome - everything on it was shot so I then bought.....
    1999: A purple 1994 GT Karakoram - upgraded everything with titanium bars and post, Syncros stem, Flite seat, XT drivetrain so that it could be stolen 6 months later. Became totally disillusioned with bikes.
    2002: Walking past a TREK dealer and the bikes in the window caught my eye - couldn't believe th trickle down factor since I had last bought a new bike - left with a humble Alpha 4500, later upgraded with Mavic/XT wheels, Deore cable discs and a Bomber - stolen in mid 2003.
    2003: Given a TREK 970 Singletrack by a sympathetic friend - swapped parts onto........
    2004 a '04 TREK Alpha frame - bad move - awful ugly bike. So I bought.........
    2004:Marin Bear Valley (1996) - bit too small so next came...
    2005 RockHopper A1 - built nice with Judy XC and XT bits and.....
    2005 S & M Holmes XL - nostalgia is a terrible thing........
    2006: Kona Fire Mountain (steel) frame - built with parts off Rockhopper - too heavy so......
    2006: Kona Cindercone (2001 - aluminum), felt wrong somehow - sold it.
    2007: Bought beat-up TREK 4300 - built it up with decent stuff but it was what it was - came into some cash and bought............
    2007: Klein Mantra Comp- awesome and weird in so many ways - also too small but kept for a while during which time I also bought.......
    2008: Kona Explosif ('04) no compromise build - hit the scales at 24lbs exactly! also........
    2008: Kona Kilauea ('93) just 'cause it was still in showroom condition. Then crazy veterinary crisis necessitated sale of ALL MY BIKES!
    2008: Bought a 2008 TREK FuelEX8 on a pro-deal through the store that I wrenched at - best bike I ever rode! Still have this and no plans to sell. But I can't resist the oldies so I also bought.........
    2008: GT Corrado, $150 bucks with nearly a full XT group! Currently my towing bike. Also........
    2008 Brodie Catalyst, given to me by a good friend - currently mid-restoration.

    And finally..............

    2009 I realised a long held dream when I recently bought a 1998 GT Xizang frame in almost mint condition - to be built over winter into 20lb racer.


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    thats a great list..
    i was born in 71. but wasnt allowed a bike till i had left home

    edit..i did actualy have a 4 wheeled yellow bike thing when i was very young.... erm there bikes if they got handlebars? and yellow with BIG EYES on the front?
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    Some 16" bike
    Orange 20" with banana seat, sissy bar and ape hangers
    Raleigh Rampar - first FS bike
    Candy apple red Mongoose - First BMX
    JMC mini
    JMC XL
    Schwinn Sting
    Gary Hale Side Hack
    Schwinn Super Sport 10 speed
    1998 Fisher Hoo Koo E Koo - First mountain bike
    1991 Nishiki Alien
    1992 Bridgestone MB1
    1993 Bridgestone RB-1
    1994 Jamis Dragon
    Original 70's Schwinn Klunker - Complete with drum brakes and pink leopard stripes
    1995 Prototype Voodoo Bizango -- Most regret selling award
    1997 Klien Attitude - Hated it
    1997 Santa Cruz Heckler - First Real FS
    1997 Fisher Poala Pezzo OLCV - Hated it
    1998 Voodoo Loa - Still Have
    1998 Votec Cougar - First Real AM Bike
    1998 Porsche FS Evo prototype - It was free
    2002 Intense Uzzi SLX - Still Have - Every part is worn out
    2009 Intense Tracer VP - Still Have
    2008 Intense SS - Still Have

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    Quote Originally Posted by halftard
    Some 16" bike
    Orange 20" with banana seat, sissy bar and ape hangers
    Raleigh Rampar - first FS bike
    Candy apple red Mongoose - First BMX
    JMC mini
    JMC XL
    Schwinn Sting
    Schwinn Super Sport 10 speed
    1998 Fisher Hoo Koo E Koo - First mountain bike
    1991 Nishiki Alien
    1992 Bridgestone MB1
    1993 Bridgestone RB-1
    1994 Jamis Dragon
    Original 70's Schwinn Klunker - Complete with drum brakes and pink leopard stripes
    1995 Prototype Voodoo Bizango -- Most regret selling award
    1997 Klien Attitude - Hated it
    1997 Santa Cruz Heckler - First Real FS
    1997 Fisher Poala Pezzo OLCV - Hated it
    1998 Voodoo Loa - Still Have
    1998 Votec Cougar - First Real AM Bike
    1998 Porsche FS Evo prototype - It was free
    2002 Intense Uzzi SLX - Still Have - Every part is worn out
    2009 Intense Tracer VP - Still Have
    2008 Intense SS - Still Have

    Man, that's a lot of bikes. Got a pic of the Porsche bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah
    Man, that's a lot of bikes. Got a pic of the Porsche bike?
    I only have pictures of the frame set before I sold it. It actually worked pretty well with the custom stratos shock. - Edit Photo is not loading - I will try later


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    зайчик (198?) — no comments
    десна-2 (1985) — no comments
    a few украина's (198x) — still no comments. those who lived in the former soviet union know.
    author trophy (2004) — cheap trash for city rides
    scott voltage YZ0 (2006) — my green tank, still own this one
    author prime (2006) — yet another cheap trash for city rides
    specialized crosstrail (2008) — owned this for a short while when had a romance with a roadie girl
    focus thunder expert (2006) — nice 5″ AM setup, bought this one used & still own it
    GT force && scott voltage

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    95 Univega Rover - a cheap bike given to me as a graduation present. A heavy, low ened bike but thiis bike got me hooked on mountain biking.

    96 Cannondale F600 - When I was 14, I spent all summer bagging groceries for $4.50 an hour just to buy this bike.

    99 Cannondale F2000SX - One of Cannondale's first hardtails equipped with a Lefty fork. Everything on this bike broke - wheels, cranks, brakes, I even broke the frame.

    01 Rocky Mountain Pipeline - My first freeride bike, 6 inches of URT goodness.

    05 Trek Session 77 - Big, bomber freeride bike, 42 lbs, pedaled every where.

    06 Iron Horse Sunday Team - ripping DH bike, fast, stable way too easy to pedal scary fast.

    06 Iron Horze Azure Comp - light, fast, DW link XC bike. I miss this bike.

    07 Transition Vagrant - Simple bomber hardtail, so much fun.
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    Some old red bike that got backed over by my dad
    Schwinn Stingray 5-sp...with a wide slick rear tire
    Rode my mom's heavy old English made Huffy 3-sp for a while
    Miyata Americana - my first 10 speed. Bought with blueberry picking money (ca. 1978)
    KHS Special - I should have bought the Trek instead.
    Mountain Sport Montana - innovative...but poorly executed...and heavy
    1989 Fisher AL-1...decent bike...lasted forever...should have bought the Klein instead
    2003 Trek 4900...bought used for parts and as an interim commuter
    2009 Redline Conquest (current) Mostly for commuting. Nice bike but not real exciting.
    2001 Trek 8000 (current) - Funnest bike I have ever ridden.

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    Diamond Back BMX bike of some sort
    Peugeot 10 speed.
    Trek 7000 (Black with green splatter paint forget the year, rode the piss out of it. Bought it with all my paper route money)
    '95 Cannondale Killer V 900 (High School Graduation present)
    09 Giant Reign X1

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    BMX:
    1993 Dyno Nitro
    1994 Elf Expert
    199? Hawk Pro F20
    1996 Auburn CR20
    1999 Badd & Co Cruiser
    1999 TNT Pro Cruiser
    1999 Specialized SX Street
    1998 Mosh Pro
    2000 We The People KH01
    2001 S&M Challenger
    2002 Mosh street (can't remember model)
    2002 custom build BMX race "Nuclear"
    Big Kids bikes:
    199? Specialized Crossroad Cruz commuter
    2001 Trek 8500
    198? Nishiki fixed
    1988 Raleigh Technium fixed conversion
    1984 Miyata 310 commuter turned CX
    199? Trek 800 commuter with drop bar
    1999 Trek 930 turned ss
    2003 Surly Steamroller fixed
    2000 Specialized Hardrock I saved from the landfill
    2002 Steelhead Cycles 24" wheel DJ
    2005 Bianchi Castro Valley
    2005 Niner SIR9
    2005 Haro Sonix VL120
    1996 GT Road bike turned beater bike
    2004 Soul Cycles Loki
    2005 Redline Monocog 26"
    2007 Soul Cycles Dillinger 29"
    2009 Soul Cycles Icon
    2004 AC Custom aluminum Road
    2007 VooDoo Bokor
    2009 James Frames custom 650B MTB
    2008 homemade 650B MTB
    2008 homemade ss cyclocross
    2009 homemade fixed/ ss road
    2009 Soma B-Side

    I should have photographed all these bikes. I didn't realize my list would be so long.

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    Still more changes

    More updates to the list:

    93 Cannondale M700
    95 Klein Rascal
    96 Trek Y-33
    96 Manitou System DH
    01 Iron Horse G-Spot
    01 Schwinn Straight 6
    02 Foes Fly
    03 Intense Spider
    03 Titus Quasimoto
    03 Titus Quasimoto DH
    05 Titus Moto-lite
    05 Banshee Scirocco
    06 Seven Duo
    06 Ellsworth Moment
    06 Gunnar Ruffian 29er SS
    07 Niner RIP9
    08 Sinister Ridge
    08 Vassago Optimus Ti 29er SS
    05 Seven Sola Ti (still have)
    08 Ellsworth Tiruth (still have)
    08 Ellsworth Moment (still have)
    06 Ellsworth Rogue (still have)
    07 Ellsworth Epiphany (still have)
    09 Jones Spaceframe / ti truss fork (still have)

    and road bikes:

    05 Orbea Lobular
    05 Orbea Aletta Tri
    06 Titus FCR Ti
    05 Independent Fabrication Club Racer fixie
    07 Orbea Ora Tri (still have)
    05 Seven Elium SG (still have)
    Kokopelli Racing

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    This thread is too long to read through but it is more entertaining for me than the reader.

    1. (1980) no-name banana seat bike with a green to yellow fade 70's sparkle paint job. The back tire was 20"x1.5" The front was 16"x1".
    2. (1982) red Schwinn cruiser with banana seat. I thought the front caliper brake was the schnits
    3. (1983) radio flyer type junk. Was the first bike I fully dismantled and reassembled. Grandma found it at a yard sale or something.
    4. white bmx type bike. Can't remember for sure if I ever owned it or if it was my brother's
    5. (1986) KHS Montana. rode the hell out of it. thought the idea of mtb was cool but didn't have access to trails. Eventually stolen but had one crank snapped off when stolen
    6. (1988) Scott Boulder. Pink frame with black trim. Had a mount for 3 extra spokes as a chain stay guard. Was the bike I turned from a kid on a bike to a cyclist while riding. Added Scott AT4 bar. Did first real trail riding on this bike.
    7. (1992) Bridgestone MB-3. Bought this with own money. Progression: stock --> showa air/oil fork --> stripped parts for new frame, brother transferred parts to this frame --> rebuilt as commuter with old rigid fork --> rebuilt as singlespeed --> rebuilt as commuter bike
    8. (1996) Alpine Designs R853. Transferred parts to this new frame and fork. First self built bike. This is now my singlespeed.
    9. (2004) Ventana El Fuego. This is my current full squish bike.

    I currently own and ride the last three (bridgestone, alpine designs and ventana)
    Oh sh!+ just force upgraded to cat1. Now what?
    Best thing about an ultra marathon? I just get to ride my bike for X hours!

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    Tricycle
    Some bike that had plastic wheels
    2 no name bmx style bikes
    Some sort of Schwinn cruiser
    Huffy mountain bike
    GT dyno
    Mongoose Decade Pro
    Haro freestyle bike
    Scott Scale 50
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    Another addition to the list

    More updates to the list:

    93 Cannondale M700
    95 Klein Rascal
    96 Trek Y-33
    96 Manitou System DH
    01 Iron Horse G-Spot
    01 Schwinn Straight 6
    02 Foes Fly
    03 Intense Spider
    03 Titus Quasimoto
    03 Titus Quasimoto DH
    05 Titus Moto-lite
    05 Banshee Scirocco
    06 Seven Duo
    06 Ellsworth Moment
    06 Gunnar Ruffian 29er SS
    07 Niner RIP9
    08 Sinister Ridge
    08 Vassago Optimus Ti 29er SS
    05 Seven Sola Ti (still have)
    08 Ellsworth Tiruth (still have)
    08 Ellsworth Moment (still have)
    06 Ellsworth Rogue (still have)
    07 Ellsworth Epiphany (still have)
    09 Jones Spaceframe / ti truss fork (still have)
    09 Cotic BFe (still have)

    and road bikes:

    05 Orbea Lobular
    05 Orbea Aletta Tri
    06 Titus FCR Ti
    05 Independent Fabrication Club Racer fixie
    07 Orbea Ora Tri (still have)
    05 Seven Elium SG (still have)
    Kokopelli Racing

    "Curb drops to flat, or curb drops to transition? There's a BIG difference there." Qfactor03

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