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    my dream is a bit different than most.... I want a custom steel frame hardtail, 120 fox, full xo, carbon bars, post and some arch wheels kind of like an el marriachi.

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    my dream bike will let me fly down the techist gnar, slice and dice through some tight NE single track, let me pedal up the steepest hills in the big ring, and let me clean flowy jump lines, throw some sick turn downs and tables, be comfortable on my ride to work, weigh 18 lbs, never break, and never be obsolete!

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    I ride my dream bike.

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    Full custom Jones Titanium Spaceframe

    and or

    Lenz Lunchbox
    plunging like stones from a slingshot on mars.

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    Take my sb95, add custom paint and Enve+king wheels. Done.


    Sent from my brain using neurons fueled by glucose

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    My dream bike has arrived...so stoked. Nothing too fancy, it is mojo sl.
    Now i need to find dream trail.

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    Dream bike that I might actually be able to afford someday: Jamis Dakar 650b.(around $3000) DREAM bike if I just want to throw more money: I'm sure I could "learn to love" a Turner or Ellsworth or Ibis or Yeti or?...

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    My dream bike is a bike perfect in every situation, so I am thinking about a cx bike, a titanium one but for a perfect bike I would like a perfect life. In a perfect life I use that bike for fun, not for commuting to my shop...

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    It never breaks. That's really the only requisite.

    I guess I'd be able to change paint scheme with my mind too.

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    santacruz v10 carbon 2013

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    A jones steel diamond frame with the truss fork. That could be my one bike for everything, two sets of wheels, fat Larry front, 29er slicks for commuting. Loop H bar and everything. Hmmmmm....

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    I have many dream bikes, one for each type of MTBing.
    Cannondale Jekyll MX- All mountain
    Trek Session 9.9 carbon- downhill
    Scott Genius 700- XC suspension
    Trek Superfly carbon- XC hardtail
    Big Wheels Keep On Rolling

    Forth Eorlingas!

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    For a long time I had wanted a mid 2000s Epic. I bought a 2006 and love it. Now I lust after a Transition TransAm and a Trek Remedy 9

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    Too many choices, but I think a titanium Salsa Fargo would take care of most of them!

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    This...
    "Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." Galatians 6:9

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjproctor View Post
    Too many choices, but I think a titanium Salsa Fargo would take care of most of them!
    with alternators.
    plunging like stones from a slingshot on mars.

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    I'm nickel and dimming my way to her.

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    i'm dreaming have a Stumpjumper HT carbon................

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    Niner WFO in black with a Fox 34 and Salsa Gordos. My version of all mountain clydesdale.
    I like turtles

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    anything will be good ^_^

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    Santa Cruz Tallboy LTc (matte black with white decals, and light blue stripping)
    Fork: 34 Float 29 CTD Adjust FIT 140 (black)
    Shock: Float CTD Adjust Kashima
    Headset: Cane Creek 110
    Stem: Thomson X4 80mm 0 rise with Ti bolts
    Handlebar: Enve Riserbar
    Grips: ODI Lock-On Oury
    Shifters: Acros A-GE DERAILLEUR SYSTEM, BLUE- LIMITED EDITION
    Brake levers: Hope Stealth Tech EVO X2 (blue adjustment stews on lever)
    Brakes: Hope Stealth Tech EVO X2 (gold bore caps, gold floating rotors)
    Front Wheel:Hadley Disc with 15mm thru axle (black) laced to ENVE AM rim with black DT 14/15 spokes and blue alloy nipples with one white DT 14/15 spoke at the valve stem on the drive side
    Rear Wheel: Kappius Rear 142 x 12 with SRAM XX 11-36 cogset laced to ENVE AM rim with black DT 14/15 spokes and blue alloy nipples with one white DT 14/15 spoke at the valve stem on the drive side
    Front Derailleur: A-GE DERAILLEUR SYSTEM, BLUE- LIMITED EDITION
    Rear Derailleur: A-GE DERAILLEUR SYSTEM, BLUE- LIMITED EDITION
    Chain: KMC X10 SL Gold 10 Spd.
    Bottom Bracket: Chris King BB (blue)
    Crankset: Shimano XTR Trail M980 10 Speed Double Chainset
    Bashguard:Blackspire Lite Super God
    Pedals: Shimano XTR
    Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb, or Thomson Elite Dropper
    Seatpost clamp: Thomson
    Saddle: SLR XC (black)
    Tires: Maxxis Ardent 2.4

    Mmmmm, not a single wire cable anywhere on the bike, 240 its of engagement in the hub, all wrapped up in the perfect trail bike!

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    I'm super happy with my handbuilt, but I would really love a custom Ti frame with just a touch of rear suspension.

    Not a lot, just enough to make landing on flats a bit easier.
    Mountain bike with 15k miles, Road bike with 10k miles, breaking in my 29er by riding the entire AZ Trail

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    my dream bike is mojo hd <3

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