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    Quote Originally Posted by newnan3
    My rides kinda old school now but here she is......



    I had an F2000 of about the same vintage; man I loved that bike. Quick, fast, and so precise. Often wish I had never sold it.

    Good to see one still getting used - thanks for sharing the pic
    If you go looking for trouble, you can be sure it's gaining from behind.

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    My Dekerf..


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    THanks North! I tried to make the switch to a full squish a few years after I got this bike but I decided I couldnt give up the responsiveness, speed and quickness the C'Dale has.
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    Here's mine.........
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    I'm loving the old school cannondale. I just finished doing some work to my '99 f700. Love the way it rides now and will only be happier when I can find a slightly longer, flatter stem. Darn headshok makes it impossible to find.

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    My new to me 2000 Schwinn Homegrown play/backup racer. It got new tires right after I got it. MythosXCII, cheap, but way better than the panaracers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ritoh
    I'll play. Here's mine, it's a '00 S-Works HT.
    Have added a few upgrades to keep it fresh. Currently at 18.5lbs/8393g.

    Cool to see everyone enjoying their hardtails.
    Sad, but I hardly see people riding them anymore...love mine though!

    This was my dream bike for the longest time!!

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    +1 to newnan3

    One of the sweetest looking HT ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by azjonboy
    Here's mine.........
    Beautiful!

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    my ride

    You guys here sure have a lot of great bikes.. here is mine, just wanna share with u guys my current ride.. cheers
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    here's my MTB

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    I browse this thread nearly every day for motivation/inspiration to build my Access XCL. I know it's not nearly as nice as some of the bikes featured (The Lynskeys are freaking gorgeous) but it'll get me back on a hardtail after nearly ten years.
    Sweet bikes, guys/gals. Keep 'em coming.
    I'm not big-boned, I'm a Clyde.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newnan3
    My rides kinda old school now but here she is......'97 F700.


    Reeeeeeally nice man!!!

    Love "old" Cdale, they are so valid today...

    Be happy.

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    Banshee Viento


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    Quote Originally Posted by azjonboy
    Here's mine.........
    Sweet BS man...you don't get to see those too often.

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    98 F900



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    Quote Originally Posted by adrians505

    By adrians505 at 2010-10-13
    That's a cool looking piece of road. There's nothing like that where I live.

    If I didn't have my Scirocco, I'd definitely have to get a Viento

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    Old school Ti hardtail

    Been riding this since around 1994.
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    Since we're on the topic of old school Cannondales, here is my '96 M900. I've been riding it lately when I ride with my wife and she borrows my '06 FSRxc Comp.
    The M900 frame is light and nimble. Still plenty fun to ride. I may upgrade the fork soon.
    Last edited by lowendrick; 10-14-2010 at 12:16 PM.
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    Rim brakes are the new disc brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by newnan3
    Rim brakes are the new disc brakes
    Haha exactly!

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    Is that...

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    I'll play.
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    Updated pic since Homey got a little sister.
    Shes too small for me, and my wife moved out so its hanging on the rack till I meet a girl between 5'-6" and 5'-9"

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    My recent build for next xc season

    Some old parts from my 98 schwinn homegrown bass boat orange and some new.
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    Some of this post is a duplicate of what I already posted in the excellent "Show pics of your 1x9 setup" thread.



    From left to right: 2000 Klein Adroit Pro (3x9), 1999 Klein Attitude Race (1x9), and 2000 Breezer Lightning (1x9).



    The Breezer Lightning uses a pair of Dura-Ace cranks with a single 39-tooth chainring, a Dura-Ace chain, and a nine-speed Dura-Ace 12-27 cassette, and weighs 21 1/2 pounds with Slime tubes.





    The orange Adroit Pro has XTR derailleurs and an XTR M970 crankset. I've had it for a year now, and it's been terrific. The blue Attitude Race is something that I built up recently, from an almost-NOS Craigslist frame, an NOS Spinner fork like the one I used on my Breezer Lightning, a Syntace stem, XT cranks with a single chainring, and a 135-gram aluminum American Classic nine-speed cassette. Both bikes have Alpha Q 110-gram carbon bars, Avid levers and V-brakes, Thomson Masterpiece seatposts, Terry saddles, XT hubs and Mavic 717 rims with Continental Race King Supersonic 2.2-inch 450-gram tires. Both of these bikes have a solid feel to them that inspires confidence. The Adroit Pro rides comfortably and virtually silently, and with Slime tubes it weighs 22 1/2 pounds. The Attitude Race weighs 20 1/2 pounds with Slime tubes, and is the most-responsive, best-climbing, and fastest fat-tire bike I've ever ridden.





    All three of these bikes are a lot of fun to ride.

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    Here's my 2009 Type X:


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    I am loving the old school Cannondales!

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    Hardtail at rest

    My trusty Jamis Dragon SS taking a hydration break on a very hot and humid October day !
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    Here is my 1994 Cannondale Killer V 900 , I have recently started riding again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magilla_Guerrilla
    Here's my 2009 Type X:

    I love my Tomac Type X!

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    Updated photo of my hardrock, new wheels/tires and drivetrain.


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    Air settings?

    SuPrBuGmAn,

    You may want to let some air out of your negative chamber, it looks like your fork is sucked down by quite a bit. Not trying to be a dick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BustedRubber
    SuPrBuGmAn,

    You may want to let some air out of your negative chamber, it looks like your fork is sucked down by quite a bit. Not trying to be a dick.
    I think that's a 29er with a REBA 80...so it may appear like the travel is sucked down.

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    My Access 9.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainjoon
    I think that's a 29er with a REBA 80...so it may appear like the travel is sucked down.
    True story, its a 29er with a Reba 80mm fork but thanks for the heads up. I'll take it as good intentioned

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    my ibis and my schwinn
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    Heres my 2010 Gt Avalanche 2.0


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    New to the forums, and a new hardtail to play with.
    Haven't given up the trusty old 26'er for good just yet though


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    new specialized p2 all mountain hardtail after some rides
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    my stock felt q520. its already a 1x8. ill be upgrading the bars, seatpost, and breaks, asap.


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    Not exactly an XC bike but I thought I'd share.
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    More swoopy ti for your viewing pleasure:






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    I can finally post pics. Yay.
    Here is my Access XCL budget build (around $600). Just finished at 3:15 this morning.Sorry about the pic quality. I'll try to get some "in use" pics this weekend.
    Last edited by boxman12; 11-18-2010 at 11:07 PM.
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    mine, in the wild, sometime last year...
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    This is a great thread.
    I hope the OP has sorted his build by now ...

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    Here's an updated pic of my '99 Cannondale. There's a new cassette, Mavic x117 wheels, Hutchinson Toro front tire, 1x9 LX setup, RaceFace Evolve XC post, shimano m525 pedals, Ritchey Pro Comp handlebar, cannondale 120mm 5 degree stem, and sram MXP comp shifter. I think I got all the updates. Sure weighs a LOT less now. Not bad for a small (I mean SMALL) budget build.

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    Hello everyone, new here just looking around. Just picked this up last weekend and it rides nice

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    c'dale custom

    dirty bar-ends on these
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    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/55308895@N04/5129375005/" title="DSC02240 by dust3313, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1132/5129375005_c8035bb989.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="DSC02240" /></a>

    let the envy begin. JK. bone stock except a new saddle, crank bro candies, and a bonty trip 3 computer.

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    Every XCish hardtail I've owned, in reverse order

    1. Gunnar Rockhound 2er (current ride)
    This one rides well, but not as spiritedly as the green Gunnar below.


    2. Kona Unit 2-9
    Didn't care for this one at all. Heavy heavy heavy.


    3. Salsa Selma
    I didn't give this one much of a chance. I kind of regret selling it.


    4. On One Inbred
    The ride was nothing special, and also see Kona.


    5. Access 29er
    Proving that there's no correlation between cost and fun, this was a great bike. I may pick up another one someday. Smooth ride and fine handling.


    6. Old Gunnar
    A bit small, I hated the color, but it was the best riding hardtail I've ever tried. I'm starting to think I should have convinced myself it actually fit...


    7. Salsa Mamasita
    It rode surprisingly smoothly, but I later decided that was because the carbon was separating from the aluminum, allowing the rear end to flex an extra amount.


    8. Voodoo Dambala #2
    I hate sliding dropouts.


    9. Walworks custom 29er
    I turn bikes over so frequently that customs are a bad idea for me.


    10. Redline Monocog
    I enjoyed this one quite a bit.


    11. Gary Fisher Rig
    This was a temp bike while I waiting for the Waltworks to get done.


    12. Bridgestone MB-2
    (I'm getting out of order here chronologically, but no one will care or know but me)
    I bought this recently, since it was a bike I had really wanted back in college. Like the song says, the good old days weren't always good.


    13. Voodoo Dambala #1
    My first 29er


    14. Bridgestone MB-1
    A earlier B'stone, also too small.


    15. Curtlo
    I won the inaugural Ohio State Single Speed Championship (B division) on this bike, with homemade tensioner.


    16. Specialized Stumpjumper Pro
    '92 model, bought new, with lovely Suntour XC Pro components. 25.5 pounds of Tange Prestige glory. I rode it for 10 years.


    No shown: my first mountain bike, a Giant Rincon; Nishiki Colorado, Habanero Ti 26er

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    Hardtail all purpose bike. Built to take a beating. It's heavy.


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