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    Not sure if I've posted this pic before. Oh well..

    My Trek 6000.


    Some dirt after her first ride which was almost 100 or so miles ago.


    Gonna upgrade the X5 stuff when they wear out.


    Though I'll upgrade the BB5 stuff soon. I need better stopping power.


    Upgraded the grips. The stock paper thin grips where crap.
    "It's not lacking any meat. That's what real women need."

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    Looks great, and I've never been a big fan of trek stuff. Those grips rock. I was running them for a while and they were super comfy. Just be careful when tightening the lock on bolts. I shredded one on both sides, and the grip was still loose enough to slip, so I don't think it was my monkey arms. Was a bugger to drill out the bolts. Other than that, they were great. BTW, thats not dirt, lol. Get out and get it filthy

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    lol Yeah.. she's been through mud since then and has a nice layer of dirt from the other day.

    I've never been a fan of Trek either (road or mtbikes), but this one caught my eye for some reason back in Feb. So, the wifey got her for me.

    I was a little worried about tightening those bolts on the grips, but they worked out ok. On a side note, I got the non-locking version for the wife's bike, and those are much more comfy than mine.
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    Here's my '05 Stumpy (pic taken from my crappy camera phone)


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    From today.







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    Here's my friends Ti MOJO













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    Just my plain-jane '99 GF Paragon......




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    Since the pic was lost on page 1...




    2008 Redline d440,only stock bits be the seat & post,bars & stem.
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    Wilier Rosso rubino

    of Odo , from a best italian factory
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    Just put some x9 on her today.... so maybe I need some new pics.
    Whats this line for?

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    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rootfreak
    This is my 99 S-works Stumpy. I bought it back in April and have been loving it ever since. It may be 10 years old, but you can't tell from riding it. It is light, nimble and responsive. The frame is pretty stiff, but it really transfers power well. I can climb and negotiate obstacles with ease that I always had trouble on. The components are still pretty nice too. The 952 XTR works great. The cranks are mismatched, but I have a XT crankset and bottom bracket that are waiting to go on. I have to say, I like the carbon fork, but I can't find replacement seals, so I picked up a used RS Duke XC that's waiting for a rebuild and then it will be on the bike. I can't wait to race it this fall! BTW, people seem to like the anodized red rims for some reason.

    P.S. Great thread

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    bianchi methanol

    a famous italian brand
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    decathlon rockrider

    a good choice is a decathlon bikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by capriol
    a famous italian brand

    No more specialized? Way to support the home land Maurizio

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    well

    me and my specy
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    My new Tomato

    Wow,nice bikes everyone!here's my humble Homegrown,just built up yesterday and I'm happy as hell with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRed
    Wow,nice bikes everyone!here's my humble Homegrown,just built up yesterday and I'm happy as hell with it.
    Nice build... best Schwinn I've ever seen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumbox
    Nice build... best Schwinn I've ever seen!
    Thanks!Yeah,I really love this bike,it looks nice and it's light(about 20#'s),yet still off-road worthy(I didn't go all weight weenie on it).Well,I would probably switch out the front Race Kings for Mountain Kings if I were to do any serious off-roading.

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    Lots of people say Race Kings work great on trails but the sidewalls are vulnerable in the SuperSonic version, at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    Lots of people say Race Kings work great on trails but the sidewalls are vulnerable in the SuperSonic version, at least.

    Yeah,that's why I went with them,they suit my style of riding well.I have read though that if you're doing say,all-mountain,that the Race kings in the rear and the Mountain Kings in the front makes a good combination.

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    Mine so far.

    Upgrades to come:
    Race Lite saddle
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    DMR V8's Mavic Wheels(Will be running sun doubletracks temporarily.)
    Sunline V1 AM stem
    Sunline V1 bars.
    RS pike 454 at 120mm
    At the end of the day, my bike is a bike, whether its made for XC singletrack or DH, I can make it do what I want.

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    My 05 GF Advance. It's done the job for me so far, but I'm looking at getting something new.

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    decathlon 8xc

    a french brand a good price for good components
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    dark

    tecnobike is a italian factory , cheap bikes , heavy
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    my new banshee. Love this thing!
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    olmo zr3

    a famous italian brand
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    specialized stumpjumper expert ht

    of my friend Gabriele
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    rocky mountain vertex 50

    of my friend Dino
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    My daily driver, a 1998 Curtlo Advanced Mountaineer, built with a mix of old and new parts:
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    As first built, the new carbon 456, changed a few things since pic taken. Slightly longer stem (70mm) and its getting new wheels as well soon.
    After a few issues on the first ride (very light front) a few mods seem to have settled it down nicely! Anyway, couple of pics for your perusal.



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    That looks huge, how tall are you?

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    French Fuji Steel Frame- Sunn Revolt









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    Quote Originally Posted by ratty2k
    As first built, the new carbon 456, changed a few things since pic taken. Slightly longer stem (70mm) and its getting new wheels as well soon.
    After a few issues on the first ride (very light front) a few mods seem to have settled it down nicely! Anyway, couple of pics for your perusal.


    hi was thinking of building anothrt HT. How does the 456 carbon ride? Give us some idea thanks

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    Posted elsewhere too...

    More pics & Review.
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    Its had alot of upgrades since this photo, but you get the idea..


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    Nothing special, but she gets the job done.

    2007 Trek 3900
    So far I've repaced:

    Tires: Michelin Mountain A/T
    Saddle: Specialized Phenom
    Brakes: Avid 185mm BB7
    Fork: RS Tora 302 U-Turn
    Bars: Easton EA30
    Grips: Giant locking


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    '10 Motobecane Fantom HT Trail

    Recently got back into riding with this. Platform pedals added, everything else stock so far. Great bike for my XC riding. Not the lightest out there, but not heavy enough to be a burden (~30.5 lbs).



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    After some rain on Friday.


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    After three years of service and improved bike skills - I'm finally retiring this 19-pound torture device, and going FS(2010 Giant Anthem X Advanced SLO):

    "This is a male-dominated forum... there will be lots of Testosterone sword-shaming here" ~ Kenfucius

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    Here's my '96 Gary Fisher Mamba. It was my bro's and had been sitting around outside since he got his Canondale, so he gave it to me to resurrect. Here is a before and after.
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    Durango rocks!

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    Built in Iraq shipped to DjIbouti Africa

    At The Tip Of The Spear
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    Recognized!

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    seats lowered for play time

    Doing some riding in Mt. Pleasant? The Chip river is one of my favorite playgrounds. Also, nice ride!

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    I brought her home 5 days ago and is still is pretty much stock except for the pedals and tires. That will change soon though.
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    Sick^^^

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    Did the Seven Summits trail two days ago, the "new" bike was out of commission so I rode the old skool HT...man, have I become spoiled!
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    Soul Hooligan

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    Lynskey Pro 29 Helix

    Quote Originally Posted by wastelandmanstan
    All right yall im looking for inspiration for a XC built for the spring, lets see those hardtail cross country bikes you have stored away after that long winter.
    Just finished this build. Need to lose a stem spacer and bring the bars down a touch, but this thing rides like a dream.
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    In its natural surrounding...

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    some pretty sweet bikes in here! here's a pic of mine
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    My Interloc Tempest on today's ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheers!
    Here are my:

    2009 Semi Custom Geometry Lynskey M230 17" Frame.

    17lbs race ready.





















    Full build details can be found here:

    My 17 lbs Lynskey Ti hardtail

    DADDY LIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Just got this and took this photo on my iPhone (Sorry for the poor quality). Upgraded from a Walgoose

    Dawes Haymaker 1500

    If you don't know what you're doing, fake it!

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    Finally had some time and well in enough to take some new pictures of my Lynskey since a rebuilt after an accident.









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    Money!

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    My older f700.... rides sweet and feels lighter than it is. I need to get some new pedals (clipless) and lose the seat post but other than that I'm too poor to change much... yet.




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    Here's my commute and weekend rig




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    Still debating on a fork. Been riding rigid for 3 weeks now. Kind of like it.
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    Built a Ragley mmmBop for my girlfriend

    No moss...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Six
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    Nice Bike! How does it ride?

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    Rides like the wind. LOL
    I actually really like it. But I only have my 15 year old alu Spec. M2 to compare it to (so take my opinion with a grain of salt). It's been very good to me though so far. All kind of subjective really... to me it's light, feels responsive, accelerates well, and climbs easy enough. Just point it and go.

    The Kenda's are good for most of the trails it sees on my commute (which is about 80% of the miles it gets). Great on hard pack, but gets sketchy the more loose conditions get... (but that may be just me heh). Rear calipers seem to drift out of center on occasion, but again, probably just me not torquing them down correctly after adjusting. The Tioga Surefoot 8's have lots of clearance (and are light to boot). I replaced the CroMo spindles with Ti ones, but they're machined just different enough not to hold the bushings in place, so dirt gets in there a bit too easily. Might just put the CroMo ones back on.

    Overall though, no complaints so far. Hope it stays that way over the years.

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    Just picked her up last week. I have named her Mz. Teeze.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57


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    whats up with the fork?
    the picture hurts my head

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    That Sette is probably the nicest looking bike I've seen on here. Thumbs up.

    Here's my three day old GT Avalanche 2.0. Mostly road miles but so far so good, once the stock Nevegals were swapped out at least. Too slow rolling for my usage.

    PS - Nevegals for sale if anyone wants them. 10 miles total.


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    Top thread... Makes me want to add a HT to the stable

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    I think I posted my Ti Motobecane in here some time ago. Some changes have taken place. I love me some friction shifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylanc
    whats up with the fork?
    the picture hurts my head
    what about the fork? you mean that it's one-sided?
    cannondale lefty, nothing new, been out for something like a decade. look it up.
    (could hit the cannondale forum about it as well)
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    first ride on my Wahoo.


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    Cool-blue Rhythm Another "XC" HT

    Not really aimed at XC I guess, but for me it works just fine there and on the more aggressive stuff Really liking this Paradox from Banshee, very different yet fun departure from my previous FS. Things lcimbs like a scared mountain goat, easy to lightly loft the front and give a quick pedal stroke to sail over obstacles.
    One day your life will flash before your eyes, will it be worth watching??

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    My latest built and first carbon bike.

    The ride is great. It feels even better than our two Pitch Comps.
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    beautiful Felt Carbon Hardtail.

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    Early Fall Ride
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    Heres my Talon 29er, only mod so far Shimano M 520's.
    Do it in the dirt!
    2010 Giant Talon 2

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    my new ride...


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    My old Trek 9.8 carbon fiber hardtail. I used to race his bike and had good results. Now I just ride it for fun, it is a fun ride. Upgraded to disk brakes, Magura Marta SL and a new wheelset this year.
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    Norco Kokanee, Slovenian Julian Alps...

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    Greetings from Greece!

    here is my beauty!

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    hmm..

    something went wrong with pic as i can see...

    There isnt an "edit" button btw??

    I ll give a final shot...

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/47659784@N03/5013813179/" title="giant atx by Slayerarg, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4110/5013813179_229bf8bdbc_b.jpg" width="1024" height="768" alt="giant atx" /></a>


    Vualah!!!

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    My New Hardtail

    After 5 months of collecting parts, Finally she is complete
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    2010 Hardrock Sport Disc, changed out the fork, pedals, grips... Its been reliable and fun.

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    Leader 526H built to take my 200# of abusive weight

    Upgrading to a Remedy 9.9 build next season

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    Old School

    My hardtail.
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    My first 29er...

    2011 Niner EMD
    Wounds Heal, Chicks dig scars, Glory lasts FOREVER!

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    Few more shots of my 2010 Rockhopper comp. Just put a new set of spesh captains on, 2.2 front, 2.0 rear.




    The bike is nothing more then circles turning circles, It's the human motor that makes it elegant.

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    there's a RM on the floor

    a Rm of my friend
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    replace the stem

    replace the stem , more short than a Specialized stem
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    italian manufacture

    Olmo bikes from Italy
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    2010 Marin Nail Trail

    This is what the wife uses...





    Medium (17")

    24 lbs, as shown.

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    My rides kinda old school now but here she is......'97 F700.

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