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    A dedicated thread to show off your Specialized bike

    Lets see them everyone just show off your Specialized bikes!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zxburtonxz
    Lets see them everyone just show off your Specialized bikes!!!
    I know thats not me, but this is my bike
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    Ok

    <p align="center"><img border="4" src="http://arnica.csustan.edu/mtbike/images/sj_07a.jpg">
    '07 SJ Pro
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    '05 SJ 120 Pro
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    2006 SJ FSR Expert









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    ... and if we just ... 05 S-Works Epic

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    The S-Works Epic:



    Enduro SX Trail III



    P1



    Demo 8 II



    S-Works Tricross (close to an MTB when the skinny knobbies are on )



    Enduro SX

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    It may be meek and simple but it does the job with a university budget

    Mmmm..... Gatorale.....


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    This is not the most up to date picture but this is the first day I bought my bike:

    2007 Rockhopper Disc


    Of course now wheel reflectors are off. I have some safety lights for my front and rear i use for riding on the road at night and since Saturday I have a busted saddle that needs to be replaced.

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    2002 Enduro w/ warrantied 2004 Enduro Pro frame.



    2001 Rockhopper Disc

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    2006 S.Works Enduro

    This is my S.Works Enduro.
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    2006 Demo 8 1
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    When I ordered my FSA carbon bar, they sent me the wrong size. After some complaining, they sent me a free FSA Carbon Stem. It's not a great deal lighter, but it's really cool looking.




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    My Specialized Beauty

    2006 Hardrock Sport! I love this bike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduro SX
    This is my S.Works Enduro.
    do you like it?
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    My HT - 06 Rockhopper Pro

    Built her using most of the parts off my SJ FSR Expert that I got rid of. I haven't weighed it yet but it's pretty darn light, and I plan to make it much lighter.


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    06 Rocky Mountain ETSX - Full XTR, Fox Shox, Crossmax XL Wheels

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    we already have 2 of these threads... but ah hell i got another bike on saturday... so why not

    2001? Specialized Fatboy Hemi MX Does anyone know what year it is definetely?


    2005 Specialized Hardrock Sport Disc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andino








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    is your bike a dealer demo bike? i love that paint.

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    i think it was...i bought it as a frameset online though
    Salsa Dos Niner SS

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    Why are they so cleaned?

    I hope that you guys buffed your bikes to be shown off, otherwise they would be cruddy and dirty like mine if you really ride them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdkhang
    I hope that you guys buffed your bikes to be shown off, otherwise they would be cruddy and dirty like mine if you really ride them.
    i guess everyone doesn't have mud
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman69
    05 Fsr

    Hey, is that a BETD link on the bike? If so, how do you like it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anand
    Hey, is that a BETD link on the bike? If so, how do you like it?

    Its great, It transforms a good trail bike to a much better handling one.

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    Here is my Current Fun!

    It is a bit changed from this pic, see my Sig!
    Tho I have been looking for a large 06 Epic TestBike, anyone got one for sale?
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    Here's my 2001 Enduro with BETD link.

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    ..and, yes, it's cleaned up for its picture. My bike is my transport as well, so it's out every day; rain, snow, whatever...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdkhang
    I hope that you guys buffed your bikes to be shown off, otherwise they would be cruddy and dirty like mine if you really ride them.
    1. I live in an apartment with no outside storage, so if I get it muddy and don't clean it before I bring it home, there's mud everywhere.
    2. I have OCD and it has to been clean... Just like most of my other stuf... I know it's weird.
    3. It's pretty new to me for now. When I've had it longer I won't care as bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zxburtonxz
    i guess everyone doesn't have mud

    my bikes are always dusty. no mud here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorCrashMaster
    It is a bit changed from this pic, see my Sig!
    Tho I have been looking for a large 06 Epic TestBike, anyone got one for sale?
    Great looking bike! I still love those old FSR.

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    Not as pretty as your guys but it's mine :P


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    Complete with mud on tires from first ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeanMan

    Complete with mud on tires from first ride.

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    Originally Posted by anand

    Great looking bike! I still love those old FSR.
    Thanks Anand! I personally (no disrespect to the new bikes) think that the MaxBackBone
    Fully Extruded FSR was the best looking bike Spec ever made.

    I have ridden and raced most of the new designs and also think the new bikes have
    nothing on these old designs except for the new bling, easy to add to my old setup!
    Tho, I have to say I really do like the Epic Brain…Sold my Epic race bike recently…

    Here is a pic of my wifes bike, just built it this year, NOS Frame, PPG ‘Cosmic’ color
    As setup (now has a CF seatpost and DuesXC Cranks) weighs in at 24lbs!

    My bike is not too bad at just under 26lbs! For almost 5" F&R travel no less!

    Note: both these bikes roll on Full sealed bearing Enduro chainstays, the wifes bike has
    MRP Bearings in the shock link because the Enduro link is 2oz heaver and she doesn’t
    need the longer travel, bike has 3.2” as setup in the rear with a ProPedal Fox.

    BTW: My Wife is a XC only and is 100lbs wet…
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    This is what I just bought......'07 RH Disc
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    Bought a Stumpy FSR comp 07 the other day......damn I love this bike!!!!!.......couple of pics before using it, then a nice muddy one post-forest hack....
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    My custom FSR XC (it was pure FSR XC, with V-Brakes and J3 fork...)









    Right now it changed again, Fox F100RL fork and Longus stem.

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    S-Works HT 2007 custom, not yet finished (Front derailleur)


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    Wink My 05 S-works Epic SS

    I just finished the SS conversion last night and only have riden around Downtown L.A. but she rides real nice. First off-road ride will be at the corba fat tire fest.

    build as follows:

    S-works Epic '05 M
    DT-Swiss 1480 wheelset
    raceface dues xc crankset
    singlespeed: Chris King 17t rear gog, 32t RF chainring
    pc-991 9 spd chain
    thompson masterpiece seatpost
    Spec stem and rival sl seat
    FSA XC-190 riser bar
    Paul love levers
    Avid SD SL brakes
    Kool stop pads red
    Hope skewers and seat post binder
    Time Atac Carbon Ti pedals
    Torelli tubes
    Roll-X pro tires (will be change to Small Block Eights if it doesn't rain)
    nokon brake cables
    Soulcraft and Kore chain tensioners
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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerfan
    I just finished the SS conversion last night and only have riden around Downtown L.A. but she rides real nice. First off-road ride will be at the corba fat tire fest.

    build as follows:

    S-works Epic '05 M
    DT-Swiss 1480 wheelset
    raceface dues xc crankset
    singlespeed: Chris King 17t rear gog, 32t RF chainring
    pc-991 9 spd chain
    thompson masterpiece seatpost
    Spec stem and rival sl seat
    FSA XC-190 riser bar
    Paul love levers
    Avid SD SL brakes
    Kool stop pads red
    Hope skewers and seat post binder
    Time Atac Carbon Ti pedals
    Torelli tubes
    Roll-X pro tires (will be change to Small Block Eights if it doesn't rain)
    nokon brake cables
    Soulcraft and Kore chain tensioners
    Nice bike buddy. Thought about a single speed before but nothing came of it - what's the main advantages? (single speed noob here)

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    My '06 Enduro Elite

    Stock except for....

    Zocchi All Mountain II Fork
    Mavic 223 rims
    Continental Gravity 2.3 tyres
    XT rear hub
    Specialzed Stout front hub with skraxle
    Shimano Hone double and bash crankset (fitted after the Stylo fell apart for the 4th time...)
    Easton Havoc stem
    Truvativ XR bar
    Specialized pedals

    Seems to suit the UK trails perfectly
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    Here is my old but trusty steed:


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    Quote Originally Posted by exvitermini
    nice bike what year
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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorCrashMaster
    Here is a pic of my wifes bike, just built it this year, NOS Frame, PPG ‘Cosmic’ color
    As setup (now has a CF seatpost and DuesXC Cranks) weighs in at 24lbs!

    BTW: My Wife is a XC only and is 100lbs wet…
    That is one of the best-looking older FSR's I've seen. It must be a pretty small frame though; it almost looks like a 29-er.
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    Old school still going strong

    Drivetrain is still original. X-rays finally croaked earlier this year.
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    Here is my 07 FSR Comp and the inaugural ride! Can't believe it took me seven years to go full suspension. Looks like everyone else's Comp but the backdrop takes the cake.


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    Here's my 2006 Sworks enduro with my brandnew 07 36 talas rc2.

    I love the bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyliquila




    Here's my 2006 Sworks enduro with my brandnew 07 36 talas rc2.

    I love the bike

    WOW! That is quite possibly the most beautiful bike that i have ever seen! That thing is SICK, i would love to swing my leg over that for a few days!
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    Originally Posted by rfd425

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    Here is a pic of my wifes bike, just built it this year, NOS Frame, PPG ‘Cosmic’ color
    As setup (now has a CF seatpost and DuesXC Cranks) weighs in at 24lbs!

    BTW: My Wife is a XC only and is 100lbs wet…

    That is one of the best-looking older FSR's I've seen. It must be a pretty small frame though; it almost looks like a 29-er.
    That's Funny! Now that I look at it is does look like a 29er!

    I have always liked the tri-color Cosmic, green, purple, black: just sweet
    Got this from a ex-rep in May, new never ridden or assembled sitting in the back of his storage since '98.
    Frame with the shock and all Ti bolts is a svelt 5.2lbs, still good even by todays standards.

    The wife is 5'1", in shoes, so it is really hard to get a bike to fit her.
    This old skool design has the most stand over of any FS bike I looked at.
    As setup it is 28" at the "V" with a 12" BB so good clearance too.
    Which, with the 20mm setback post, is 8" in front of the saddle, best of any FS bike out there.
    Some claim that low, the Juliana, but it is only 4" in front of the saddle.
    And what is interesting is the C-T is a 17" but the TT is 20.5"

    The bike looks even better now with black cranks and black seatpost.

    Originally Posted by anand

    My Trusty Old Steed:
    The base FSR was my first into to the world of the the Big S!
    Glad to see some old bikes still keeping up with the jonses!
    Of course it is 99% the rider...

    Oh, I do clean and regular mantanice on all my steeds as I like them to last a long time!

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    the wife is trying to figure out sequence shots...


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    Quote Originally Posted by mechmann_mtb
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    the wife is trying to figure out sequence shots...

    What nodel is that?
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    at the top of the post.

    That bike is NOT stock though.

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    A little artsy pic of the BG saddle on my HRS2007. I'll put up another pic of the entire thing once I get a good shot w/o the damn lightflashes on the rims.


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    here is mine.

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    Just got this frame. Need to build it up so this is a WORK IN PROGRESS

    It's an 03 Enduro S-works with 04 Fox Float RL Propedal



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    here's my 2001 P.3


    it looks so shiney in those pictures, right now it's caked with mud, makes me want to go wash it, too bad it's 35 degrees out
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    Dirtjumper3 is the new PANTELIS

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    Completely awesome, how much travel in the front (P3)

    BTW- is the P3 a trial bike?
    Riding and loving it

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    there's about 100mm in the front, i don't use mine for trials, and i dont know that you could it's a pretty heavy bike
    Quote Originally Posted by bbrz4
    Dirtjumper3 is the new PANTELIS

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    Mine =)


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    Here is mine... lov'n it... Attachment 205970
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    Heres my P.1. Ive got a White Syncros rim for the rear on the way. Cant decide on a SS hub yet though.



    And here is my Stumpy SS build. I might sell this though. Anyone interested?


    edit: it now has a different saddle and the rear brake is hooked up. Its Nokon housing front and rear.
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    i must say, i'm liking that stumpjumper setup.

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    Thank you. Im happy with it, but I dont ride it enough. I started with just the frame and got that rigid fork. Its got a great parts spec. I like the Nokon housing the most, that stuff is a cool design. And the White Industries ENO cranks.
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    27 lbs, strong, and pretty.
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    "You can't discern by calculating in your mind how it will work. You have to feel how it rides differently to understand."

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    could be the picture, but that saddle looks HUGE

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    Nope...it's huge. It felt great too. Never felt too bulky and easy to move around on. I put it on when we went up to Snowshoe for a weekend because I broke the Rocket V I had on there. It had a cool snowshoe logo embroidered on it. Good stuff.
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    Brand new

    Brand spankin new ready for a thashing this weekend http://s47.photobucket.com/albums/f1...gAnch=imgAnch1

    will post (dirty and used) pics

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    Wow that SX looks nice. Is that the SX Trail 3?
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    It's an SX Trail 2

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    I wouldn't mind seeing that paint scheme on your old stumpy on a new one.
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    ... and if we just ... SX Trail III and XC Comp

    Here's some pictures of my new SX Trail and my girlfriends XC Comp.
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    Wow, those are two sweet looking bikes. I love the Hopes. But do me a favor please, bring that seat angle up on the SX trail. Other then that, your equipment is money.
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    I've just finished building it!! Didn't really notice how far forward the seat was!! I just need to get out and get it dirty now.

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    The Gruesome Two-some.

    '06 FSR XC Comp:
    -Speed Zone P.Brain
    -Avid BB7 Front Disc





    2003 Hardrock Pro:
    -THE Pro Series XC Fender
    -Continental Desil 2.5
    -Continental Gravity 2.3
    -Cateye Microwireless





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    Ever slip a pedal and slam into the seat? That little thing would disappear until I later got to the ER.

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    Here's my 04 Stumpy FSR.
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    How come you have a chain device, and a granny ring? Can the device be moved down when you drop onto the small ring?

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    Here's mine...


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    No the device stay's where it is, it works fine in both gears. This set up is OE and was fitted to all 06 enduros aswell as the 07 sx trails.

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    Wow, those coil shocks look way too heavy for my liking, but everything on the bike is completely amazing.
    Riding and loving it

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    My Specialized Family

    '04 Demo 9 Pro
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    No mods on either (yet)


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    ... and if we just ... S-Works Epic SS

    After riding the Epic in SS set up I have taken off the chain tensioners and changed to a 32 X 20 gearing. The bike rides super sweet; fast, nimble and climbs like a goat.


    How about those Lakers!!!!
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    Epic and stumpjumper

    Mine and friend of mine
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    http://bikeportland.org/2006/02/03/s...ized-responds/

    Kim Arca and Kevin Franks may not like you guys posting pictures of their precious product.

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    2007 Silver Epic Comp

    My Epic. I ride a small frame (yeah..yeah...I'm short) Notice that there is no strut from the top tube to the seat post. Kinda makes the small frame Epic look a bit different from all of the other Epics.
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    Okay, here are the pics of my complete 'Specialized' stable...

    '92 S-Works Team (Complete overhaul June '06)


    '04 Stumpjumper Comp


    '05 S-Works Epic


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    Like red do ya? Nice collection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aphex2k
    Like red do ya? Nice collection!
    The funny-thing is, I'm not really too fond of the color, except when it comes to my bikes.

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    No one has posted pics of the Captain America bike yet?!?! Ill fix that!
    06 stumpy comp...
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    Three out of the four voices in my head say, "Go for it!"

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    i love that blue. I wanted my epic in blue, but they only had the silver dream color. which is still cool, but the blue rocks.
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    Heals120, nice pics!

    If you don't mind me asking, how old are you? You look pretty young in those pics, and its pretty impressive that you can jump like that at such a young age!

    I like that FSR's color, too!
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    '93 Hard Rock Cruz, and I'm really happy to see the '92 S-Works so I can see what Specialized was doing on the high end back when this bike was new (at the bottom end!).



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    06 FSR XC Pro. Changed everything to XT-shifters,derailers,Rock shok pop lock.

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    S-Works, about to change out Hays Disc brakes for XT, DM24 Rims for some DTSwiss 6.1's with Saint hubs and cranks for XT. Planning to go as light as I can (on a budget of course)

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    All these Stumpy FSRs and Demos are making me jealous...

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    I just got some new pics of the SXT in its "Indoor Rays MTB" form, so here it is:







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    just put on my custom decals for my Stumpie Comp HT




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    Wow, that SX Trail looks sweet. But take off that warning sticker up there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judd97
    Heals120, nice pics!

    If you don't mind me asking, how old are you? You look pretty young in those pics, and its pretty impressive that you can jump like that at such a young age!

    I like that FSR's color, too!
    Thanks! I'm just about 14 1/2. And that jump was more of just a drop. Just added a whole lot of bunnyhop into it. Jumpings my best area of riding.
    Quote Originally Posted by Internal14
    Ever slip a pedal and slam into the seat? That little thing would disappear until I later got to the ER.

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