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    1999 Specialized S-works M4

    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.

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    "Old school style" XC hardtail -- 1998 Stumpjumper M2.
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    Love these old school Stumpjumpers! Rootfreak - That S-works is amazing. I used to DROOL over those back in the day (still do). Nice bike.
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    Wow, seeing all these old Specialized hardtails makes me miss my very first MTB...a 1996 Specialized Rockhopper A1 FS hardtail. If ANYBODY has a pic of this purple bike....PLEASE POST!!!
    "The ONLY person who needs to race.....is the entrant"

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    This is my new Trek 6500, only 4 weeks old. It's been over 10 years since I owned a mountain bike and I bought this to get a bit fitter. I only wish I had bought one sooner, I took it out this week on its first real off road ride and I could not be happier with it.
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    Here are a couple of new pics of my '93 Bianchi. It now has a nice Hippie-Tech Judy.



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    Smile My Lynskey M230

    My new Lynskey M230. Not a really light bike, it weigh 9.6 Kg but it rides really great.
    Hope you guys like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtDummy
    Tall gear
    36:18 perfect for me

    Haven't been here in a while, so I'll ad another of my bikes:


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    My 98 S-Works. Stumpjumper is gone.






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    very inspiring photoes
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    OK, so here is my 2009 Fantom 29. Had it for a couple of months, but I've just now gotten some halfways decent pics. Longer seatpost, BMX pedals with pins and Ergon grips are the only mods. Everything else is stock. I have to admit, we have the most fun on fast fireroads.



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    Classic Hardtail style

    1989 Bridgestone MB-3. Vintage lugged machine.
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    My new toy

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    1998 GT Xizang Ti that I got @ a price of $799
    Here is my oldie bike that I still ride. NEW Spec: X.7/Truvativ cranks, XT hubs w/ 317 wheels and some old parts from "back in the day". And if some of you wondering, yes it still uses V-Brakes. Why change since I got everything size up to me well. For the weight if people wondering, is 24 lbs. Back in the day, it was as light as 22-23 lbs. Could be lighter but but as you can see, the light parts couldn't last as long as the frame. LOL
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    2008 Kona Hoss

    It's a hard tail, and it mostly sees XC use, but it's built with AM/FR components because I'm a clyde.



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    My On-One...



    My do it all bike. 120mm forks are great for trail/xc use.
    Hardtail - A bike that is ridden by people who know how to pick lines, rather than plow through stuff.

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    love it


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoremanX
    It's a hard tail, and it mostly sees XC use, but it's built with AM/FR components because I'm a clyde.


    I like the rack. Do you commute on it, too?
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    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

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    Just got it today. Taking the reflectors off and taking it out for the first time tomorrow! I can't wait.

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    Just been pedalled 1300km around/through great britain for four weeks - currently stripped out in the garage.

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    Pain is temporary, but quitting is forever!!!

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    Exxe Ratblack Mapei team replica

    Hi,

    here is my bike. Nothing extra special, but it makes me happy
    I am just waiting for a new RS SID Race.

    the frame is Exxe Ratblack Mapei team replica, but next season I'd like to change it.





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    Not my bike, but it will be great for XC racing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent-Boltron
    Not my bike, but it will be great for XC racing.
    Please be joking...
    "The ONLY person who needs to race.....is the entrant"

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    This will give you a better workout, and it might be a little worse on the hills, but should you encounter any 20' drop offs in your XC race then you will be ready for them. (always be ready in case there is a small landslide that adds a 20 foot drop off)

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    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

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    Nice rig Scrub.

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    my new hardtail


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    09 Team Marin


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    My 09 Stumpjumper SS



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    I wanna play. '02 Stumpjumper.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimlo
    Hey Kimlo, What saddle is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADDam
    Hey Kimlo, What saddle is that?
    ADDam, it is BBB BSD-08 Anatomicdesign
    http://www.parker-international.co.u...gn-Saddle.html
    I have a 3yr old model, but it is almost the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent-Boltron
    This will give you a better workout, and it might be a little worse on the hills, but should you encounter any 20' drop offs in your XC race then you will be ready for them. (always be ready in case there is a small landslide that adds a 20 foot drop off)
    You don't need a workout while racing. It is alot worse on hills, it is better to have a bike that can climb then a bike that can take a drop smoother in an XC race.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRiceman
    I wanna play.


    Nice, I got a M4 stumpy hardtail similar to yours last winter. Man do i like that bike, nimble quick, and stiff what a combo.

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    my stumpy
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    Quote Originally Posted by alm80
    Nice, I got a M4 stumpy hardtail similar to yours last winter. Man do i like that bike, nimble quick, and stiff what a combo.
    Thanks!! The M4 is a great frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoeneous
    Best saddle ever. I dont care how heavy it is, that thing can take a beating and is very comfortable.
    so true i got a gel one when some @$$ cut a chunk out of my seat i got it for like 20 buck from a bike shop down the cape it was a take of and i just got it to use for the weekend and it turned out to be the best seat i ever had and i'm still using it to date ill never go back to any other seat

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    Here's my 02ish Rockhopper. It's been a great bike for me. It might get replaced around the 1st of the year.


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    Here is my newly warrantied frame. I swapped my cracked XCal for a Ferrous.


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    Cove Hummer...on a ride today.

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    ill play 2010 specialized P1 all mountain with a few goodies i have yet to put on i cant wait for it to warm up just a bit
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    Kinesis Decade.


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    Big Wheels

    Steel 29er with custom paint job.
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    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

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    2009 Kona Big Kahuna
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    09 rockhopper, 0% stock

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    '92 or '93 Jamis dakota. Some changes in comps, but pretty much close to current in pics. With race tires (not these, XDX's) and Xpedo ti pedals comes in at a tad over 19lbs. Gets ridden fixed as well.






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    Quote Originally Posted by adept1




    Wow This is one of the First one of these I've Seen Built.
    Very Nice.
    I picked up that Frame and a Winwood Carbon Fork almost a year ago.
    But they are still in Box.
    I'll be going with Red Ano Parts. Hope to put it together soon

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