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    Rode the Ardennen Trophy in Belgium yesterday.

    Here is a nice picture of my `13 SF100 SL Elite when I got home.

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    Trek transport 2012 cargo bike

    My cargo bike
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    '00 Trek 6000 w/ Noleen Crosslink Fork

    My 2000 Trek 6000. I just added the Noleen Crosslink fork. Huge improvement in handling over the Manitou pogo sticks it had on the front end before and way more stiff.
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    Get out of the gutter and onto the mountain top.

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    My Treks...

    Iíll start by saying I didnít intend to only own Trekís. I bought a used roadbike to rehab from an injury and was pretty pleased with it. After someone introduced me to trails, I tried mountain bikes from all the major manufacturers. The Rumblefish was the most comfortable thing I have ever pedaled.




    Feeling a bit ridiculous on a 120mm FS bike riding some of the more tame trails, I looked for a cheap hardtail. Despite all the bad reviews surrounding the sliders I bought a used Rig for cheap. I upgraded the rear wheel to a Stans/Hope SS set-up and XT brakes. It has worked flawlessly.



    They are rightly named:


    I know this is a mtb site, but Iíll include the one that started it allÖ



    Öand that is the story of my Trekís. Now I just need to add a Superfly & a Slash & aÖ

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    Session 7


    Quote Originally Posted by William Blake
    Great things are done when men and mountains meet. This is not done by jostling in the street .

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    My 2012 Ex8
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    My 2013 Mamba
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    Re: Photos of your TREK'S

    Started a thread abut it in the GD forum, but this is my wife's college bike we just got out of her parents garage. '98 Singletrack 920. Totally stock and probably has less than 50 miles on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singletrackmack View Post
    My 2000 Trek 6000. I just added the Noleen Crosslink fork. Huge improvement in handling over the Manitou pogo sticks it had on the front end before and way more stiff.
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    oooooh, i have the same bike.

    i will have to research that fork!

    joel

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    JUST DO IT

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    Re: Photos of your TREK'S

    My '12 marlin, though only thing stock is the seat post hehe, I did buy it new and spent last few months tinkering. If i wasn't married I'd marry this bike ;p



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    Quote Originally Posted by JAvendan View Post
    oooooh, i have the same bike.

    i will have to research that fork!

    joel
    The noleen crosslink fork came off a k2 3000 that I bought for $70 off craigs list. They are old-school but they look mean and are very stiff. They don't make them anymore, but you can still get replacement bushings and bearings off eBay, and risse racing and noleen still make and repair the shocks for them.

    The main reason it is such an approvment over the original fork is that it has external dampening adjustment to dial in the rebound. The original fork didn't have any dampening as far as I could tell and has cheap plastic parts like the preload adjust that is way beyond broken.

    If your 6000 is your main bike, you may not want to deal with a linkage fork like this one being that the tech is so old and most new forks have dampaning. But if your into tinkering around a little and you can find a fork in descent shape for cheap, it makes for a good match on this bike with pretty much the same travel as the original fork, but much better handling with it being so stiff and tracking like no telescopic fork can.

    If your interested, your best bet is Craigslist. People on ebay bid way too much for what these forks are really worth. Also, look for a Girvin Crosslink or Noleen Crosslink fork. I would stay away from the girvin vectors and girvin AL as they are much more problematic, not as strong and also creak and make a lot noise. You will need to search for proflex and k2 bikes to find a bike with a fork like this.
    Get out of the gutter and onto the mountain top.

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    that is great info, thanks!

    my main bike is now a '13 fuel 7 and i am learning to ride on it.

    i have had the 6000 since about '99 or so and have not really ridden it.

    i got it on a whim and then life kicked in... first kid moved into a new home (at the time).

    my buddy introduced me into mountain biking and i decided to invest into a full suspension bike to get me out and riding.

    i still have the 6000 and really like riding it as it fits me better than the fuel and would like to do some upgrades on it.

    again, thanks for the info and now i can do some more shopping - my wife thanks you!

    lol.

    joel

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    Mine and friend's EX8 ready for mountain...



    One from beach on island...



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    Fuels!

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    Re: Photos of your TREK'S

    My new Mamba

    First proper mtb and damn did she do a good job on her first outing the other day



    BTW, hi!

    Asp

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    Photos of your TREK'S



    My 2011 Cobia with my recently built Wheelset...SunRingle MTX 33 36h, Sapim triple butted spokes, hope pro 2 evo hubs.

    Also upgraded the handlebars to a wide race face version, added Oury grips and wellgo platforms. Upgraded the stock front rotor to 203mm, plan to do the same on the rear soon.

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    My Mamba is a dirty whore




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    Loving my "12" Rumblefish Elite with Dropper Post, 2.4 front Purgatory Tubeless, Fox 140mm 34 Talus CTD, 70mm stem, wide carbon bar. Too fun to be legal!

    " I'm not inclined to resign to maturity "

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    ^^^ Nice 'Fish!!

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    Ditto. I'm approaching 8,000 trail miles on my 2010 RF. Just got an oil leak on my Fox float, time for a rebuild. Love the bike, it's been a workhorse. Almost time to pick up a second bike as a back up.

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    2012 Remedy 9.8. Some where along the McKenzie River Trail in Oregon.......
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    2012 Trek Remedy 9.8...Yep, the one with the little wheels.

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    2012 Trek EX 9

    My 2012 Trek EX 9- Custom build for XC-26.5 pounds!!!
    Frame- '12 Trek Fuel EX 9 w/ Fox RP-3 float
    Fork- Rockshox Reba team
    Front Wheel- Bontrager race complete wheel
    Rear Wheel- Stans ZTR crest rim laced to a Chris king hub
    Front tire- WTB Mutano race folding 2.4(actually 2.2)
    Rear tire- Maxxis Aspen folding 2.10
    Handlebar, stem, seatpost- All Bontrager Race XXX
    Brakes- Avid Elixir 5
    Saddle- Bontrager Race Lite
    Pedals- Shimano XT
    Drivetrain- Full Shimano XT with Bontrager Race Lite cranks

    Love the bike, it pays off on the climbs, while on the downhill, it just bombs down no problem!!!
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    2011 Trek 6000

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    I ordered my 2014 Fuel EX 8 29 two weeks ago and picked up today. I'm really loving this bike!

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    A beautifull sunny day here in the southern parts of the Netherlands.

    Took my SF100 for a nice ride together with my best mate, he (still) rides a Fuel 98.
    His 17.5" Fuel looks a bit tiny next to my 19" SF100

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    @reason - looks good!

    I just got mine about 2 weeks ago and took this pic on July 4th at Lake Hodges. Yeah, I'm really liking my Trek 2014 Fuel EX 8 too!

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