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    Digging every turn of the cranks
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    A little bit of pee just trickled out of my pipi when I saw that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsh rider
    My Haro Flightline Comp
    First ride of the season I got a flat rear. I couldn't find my frame pump so I just decided to go without it, because what are the odds that I'm going to actually need it? Ah, Murphy never lets me down.


    I've got the flightline comp too. Kinda funny, I have the fmj cableset too. What's with the tape?

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    Last edited by adept1; 03-28-2009 at 09:53 PM.
    Rigid bikes FTW!

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    Never packed away over the winter... I'm enjoying my decision to change the bike from an All Mountain 130mm fork and riser setup, to a more XC 100mm fork and flat bar setup.

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    Here is my setup:

    2008 GT Avalanche 2.0 frame 6061 hydroformed double butted aluminum
    Reba SL 100mm, Sram X9 shifters, derailleurs, PG990 cassette, PC99 chain, Race Face Evolve XC cranks, Thomson stem & seatpost, Formula/Mavic custom built wheels (1500 grams ) TruVativ carbon bars, Hope seatpost clamp and skewers, Hayes HFX-9 brakes with Dangerboy levers, etc. Total bike weight is 24.5lbs, not bad for a tough but light build for a clydesdale.

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    Here are a few shots from today, lots of upgrades to the bike. Thomson and Chris King for this season!












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    double post
    If it ain't broke, fix it 'till it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papago warrior
    I've got the flightline comp too. Kinda funny, I have the fmj cableset too. What's with the tape?
    At school, I use the bike for getting across campus. The tape (tennis racket grip tape) is just there to protect the paint from getting chipped up on the bike rack.


    Anyway, I fixed the flat and tried again yesterday- this time without incident




    btw, what site do all you guys upload your pictures to? I feel bad being the a-hole with the extra wide pics lol. I use flickr.
    If it ain't broke, fix it 'till it is.

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    Couldn't ride today due to pouring rain, so i'm stuck with memories...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HTR4EVR


    nasty...
    No sure if thats meant in a good or bad way, but thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by adept1
    That Salsa is b-e-a-utiful!

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    [QUOTE=Hadouken*]My Cotic Soda with it's winter training boots on at the moment. I'm about to put my Rovals back on with much lighter tyres.




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    wow, how long is that seatpost?

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    2002 Weyless Easton Elite
    Designed by Easton - Bonus
    Really light bike
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    26'er GT Avalanche 3.0 Disc singlespeed oh yeah...

    Why is adjusting derailleurs like rocket science to me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamp no 3
    2002 Weyless Easton Elite
    Designed by Easton - Bonus
    Really light bike
    At LEAST stand the poor bike up, eh?
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    didn't feel like it, i'm lazy.
    26'er GT Avalanche 3.0 Disc singlespeed oh yeah...

    Why is adjusting derailleurs like rocket science to me?

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    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

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    ^ Who built your bike scrublover?
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    Here's my mud covered Motobecane Ti after this morning's race in Patapsco, MD.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwind
    wow, how long is that seatpost?
    I think its a 400mm thompson one. I have pretty long legs compared to the stretch of my body, hence the length.

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    I recall scrublover's old steel hardtail frame is a Peyto.
    As far as I can tell they are not available. I could be wrong.

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    Here's my Rockhopper in epic guise. Big upgrades include; F100 RL, CK wheelset, X9 drivetrain.
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    Well here is mine. This is how she looks on the trail. A real warrior this one is. Specialized rockhopper pro 09. 95% of the components are aftermarket mods by me. Got the frame as a warranty replacement. Pretty much built this one up really.


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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    I recall scrublover's old steel hardtail frame is a Peyto.
    As far as I can tell they are not available. I could be wrong.
    Yep, he stopped building and moved from the Vancouver area to the east coast of the U.S. Same state as myself, actually. At one point we ran into on another on the same local forum and he mentioned wanting to build again, but I've not seen or heard anything since.

    It's a fabulously fun bike to ride.
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    Possibly the cheapest one on here. Got it for practically nothing at a pawn shop.
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    Nice find, i really like the bike even though it's a bit old, the components make it look like a true trail worthy bike,
    26'er GT Avalanche 3.0 Disc singlespeed oh yeah...

    Why is adjusting derailleurs like rocket science to me?

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    Great bikes....

    Heres my Felt NIne 29er.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hadouken*
    That Salsa is b-e-a-utiful!
    I agree ! Nice looking bike
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    Chameleon: Trail to Townie

    Really nice hardtails in this thread. Here's my Chameleon in it's former trail glory until I stripped her down to build my Blur last year. Now it's been given a fresh powdercoat and transformed into my SS townie bike. Yeah, a little overkill for it's purpose but she's almost too purdy to get dirty now

    Edit: I should also note that I've got a Redline Monocog 29er sitting in the box just waiting to be built up. Haven't completely turned my back on hardtails for the trail!
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    My other Hardtail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy
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    that's a sweet bike!

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    Cove Hummer



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    Nice Lynskey! I'm trying to choose between a Lynskey and a Cove Hummer. I have no idea where to go....

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    Mate, i'm intrigued by titanium hardtails. So much so that i'm selling my Intense Spider to get my hands on a Cove Hummer. What should I expect? Because I have no idea what i'm getting myself in to.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tougeep3
    Just bought it yesterday. Went on a 6 mile shakedown ride today. Man I forgot how much fun this was..
    '09 Rockhopper Comp Disc
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    Here's my recently rebuilt '93 Bianchi.

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    My Viper Scandium



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    Here is mine. A 05 Devinci Hucker mated to an 07 Marz All Mountain SL1 (120-160mm). This is my favourite bike to ride from my stable.


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    2009 Giant Rincon (excuse the "camara phone picture)

    " NO MAN HAS EVER BEEN SHOT WHILE DOING THE DISHES ! "
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    92' Stumpy M2.

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    Bikenbeer... that Stumpy is so elegant. I like : )

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    This thread is making me wish I never sold my hardtail....
    oh... I'm too depressed for murder and mayhem!

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    Is this collection excessive?
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    Its going to rain this weekend

    so I won't be able to ride my new toy

    Originally purchased this as a comp disk - then I went crazy. The bikes perfect for me to get used to bombing through the woods again. (been a very long time)
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    Yes.....you send me a couple to fix your problem

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    Sorry for the cell phone pic.....
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    All stock except for egg beaters, FSA bash guard, and lock on grips. Over the summer when I get some cash I'm planning to upgrade the whole drive train.

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    My Fuji Mt. Fuji Pro carbon XC hardtail.
    1x9 setup with X.0 shifter and rear. Rock Shox SID world cup 100mm fork thomson stem and post. Truvativ Noir carbon bars, Juicy Ultimate brakes 180mm front and 160mm rear, Fizik Gobi saddle and Mavic SLR wheels with Conti speed king 2.1 tires. 20 lbs with those pedals.



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    [QUOTE=hanjin]My Fuji Mt. Fuji Pro carbon XC hardtail.
    1x9 setup with X.0 shifter and rear. Rock Shox SID world cup 100mm fork thomson stem and post. Truvativ Noir carbon bars, Juicy Ultimate brakes 180mm front and 160mm rear, Fizik Gobi saddle and Mavic SLR wheels with Conti speed king 2.1 tires. 20 lbs with those pedals.

    Wow, thats a lot of white! Get a set of NoTubes ZTR white rims and drop the weight 19 lbs...you must love washing that bike!
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    Greetings from Brazil.
    My GT Avalanche 2.0 2008 with some ups.



    Hope you enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah
    Wow, thats a lot of white! Get a set of NoTubes ZTR white rims and drop the weight 19 lbs...you must love washing that bike!
    I just love that bike period! Light fast and stable. Washing is not an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug_ID
    That pic is fantastic. I like how the bike and gear is framed against the terrain. Well done and nice looking bike.

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    [QUOTE=screampint]And a hard front. It's my soulmate:

    Nice fixie...but why the ghetto brake setup? You got a v-brake mixed an excellent Magura Marta front.
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    Ghetto?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah
    Nice fixie...but why the ghetto brake setup? You got a v-brake mixed an excellent Magura Marta front.
    Not hardly.....more likely running a WI ecc rr SS hub in a cheerished geared frame. Disc version's a little more finicky for set-up/tyre changes during ride.

    Mine, xtr rr V w/ Hope mono-mini fr. Up front's where the braking counts anywayz......
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    Not a fixie, a singlespeed, without disc mounts on the frame. And I like to keep things simple. Maybe on my next ss frame.

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    Eccentric SS hub.....

    Quote Originally Posted by screampint
    Not a fixie, a singlespeed, without disc mounts on the frame. And I like to keep things simple. Maybe on my next ss frame.
    That's what I have and was referring to, White Industries. Been on several of my vert dropout frames, @ 135#'s, V's stop me just fine.

    Or maybe you found that magic gear without need for tensioning??
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    It's a ss frame without disc tabs. No eccentric bb, it has horizontal drops.

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    Reeeely? hhmmmm.....

    Quote Originally Posted by screampint
    It's a ss frame without disc tabs. No eccentric bb, it has horizontal drops.
    ....need to up the mag on my glasses. I came in your shop while in town (out from from CA) for an Epic SS ride of JD's several years ago, hoped to have been back there by now....
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    That's my newest toy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsh rider
    Anyway, I fixed the flat and tried again yesterday- this time without incident
    i'd love to come across this scene someday.

    a guy standing in a stream, camera in hand, taking a picture of his bicycle.

    how could you contain a laugh?

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    SSimplicity........

    Quote Originally Posted by nomit
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    .....dig those ARC's.
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    Here's my Ti HT. Not been riding it enough this year.
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    My Lynskey M230 ...with my dog :-)
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    My 24.3 lb, 1x9, On-One slot dropout Scandal. (23.4 lb. sans pedals)









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    Please ignore the other bikes on the pics.

    My ride, ~00 Supergo Access


    My son's, 2009 Leader LD-510H

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    My Zion 660 again...

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    Sitting clean at the Granby house


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    Here is my Beauty, handmade in France by two brothers.

    Note the wishbone behind the seat tube and the junction between the bottom bracket and the chain stays.

    Those machined pieces of miracle make this a little marvel.




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    My turn. Only change on this bike from training day to race day is the tires. Training uses the Protection tires from Conti. Race day I switch out to the Supersonics. Always set up tubeless with Stan's.

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffkerkove/3485899019/" title="2009 Topeak-Ergon team hardtail by Jeff Kerkove, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3656/3485899019_4595a5b8bc_b.jpg" width="800" alt="2009 Topeak-Ergon team hardtail" /></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffkerkove/3485898877/" title="2009 Topeak-Ergon team hardtail by Jeff Kerkove, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3368/3485898877_17d8e5dd4c_b.jpg" width="800" alt="2009 Topeak-Ergon team hardtail" /></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffkerkove/3485898805/" title="2009 Topeak-Ergon team hardtail by Jeff Kerkove, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3560/3485898805_65fe36060e_b.jpg" width="800" alt="2009 Topeak-Ergon team hardtail" /></a>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh Bear
    A bit artsy:



    A bit more clear:

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    A little bit of pee just trickled out of my pipi when I saw that.

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    Disregard the Superlight in the background....

    97 Rockhopper. Hasnt touched dirt in over a year.... Im taking her out tomorrow night and the Santa Cruz is staying home this time.






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    some pretty sweet bikes posted.

    I wonder if anyone here has a Chris Herting 3D Racing RoverXC hardtail. Now that would be a rare bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacke
    Here is my Beauty, handmade in France by two brothers.

    Note the wishbone behind the seat tube and the junction between the bottom bracket and the chain stays.

    Those machined pieces of miracle make this a little marvel.

    Nice Propulse Barbarians, Sacke. That frame is currently the lightest alu hardtail made!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah
    Nice Propulse Barbarians, Sacke. That frame is currently the lightest alu hardtail made!
    I don't think that is a correct statement. That frame if I recall correctly is 1450g in a medium size.

    I think the lightest aluminum frame is the Azionic AZ-7 frame which is 1210 g in a medium size.

    Or the Extralite Rc1 Carver at 1250gr

    The old Scott Team Issue Scandium were sub 1200g frames.

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    Just your average run of the mill old hardtail
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    Chasing bears through the woods drunk with a dull hatchet is strongly not advised

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    Available??

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheers!
    I think the lightest aluminum frame is the Azionic AZ-7 frame which is 1210 g in a medium size
    I had bookmarked one of these from the Cambria site but they don't show up on site now. Any other vendors you've come across sell these??

    Thx in advance-JMac
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wastelandmanstan
    nice, who made that? the fork is so cool.
    looks like a McCLung frame
    Here's another one on the SS forum.... beauty frames
    My new McClung

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    My bike in the beautiful Jasper National Park...


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    It's not much I suppose, but it's a start



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    Here is an update to mine. Made quite a few changes in the past few moths. New cane creek s3 headset. Converted to a 1x9 drivetrain and love it to death. Upgraded the rear derailleur to shimano xt low normal med cage (love it too). Changed the front disc rotor from avid crapagon to hayes v6 (MUCH better, anyone using roundagons should try the hayes). The rest is about the same. Love this frame. M4 tubing is good!





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    Here's my Stealthy Klean Klein Machine (2000 Klein Adroit Race)
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    Similar, but with some very distinct differences.

    Pereira Roaring29er number 2

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    In pavement mode.
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    My first 29er

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    My pavement-mobile. Marin Pine Mountain '05 frame, steel (Columbus).










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    Beautiful. And nice photos.

    Would look even better without all those headset spacers and some knobby tires on it
    Rigid bikes FTW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adept1
    Beautiful. And nice photos.
    Would look even better without all those headset spacers and some knobby tires on it
    Thanks!

    Without spacers my handlebar will be too low For knobby tires I have a Turner 5Spot, so this one is my relax bike

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    Here's my Hardtail. gonna have to take some new pics though as I upgraded to disc brakes recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archer13
    Thanks!

    Without spacers my handlebar will be too low For knobby tires I have a Turner 5Spot, so this one is my relax bike
    How in the heck did you score Formula R1s? They are only OEM on Scott and Orbea bikes.
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    Some very nice bikes here. Ill add mine.
    Norco EXC 2.0. Looking forward to spending a lot more time on this in the near future.


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    Heres my "new" ish bike.. bought it from some dude that built it up himself with full XT components, so sounds good to me. (Camera phone picture so of course, not great quality)


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    251: what kind of frame is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah
    How in the heck did you score Formula R1s?
    It's not R1, but Oro Bianco.

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