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    I think he's talking about putting spacers between the headset lower and the fork crown. You REALLY don't want to do that!

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    Several people with some really cool colored rims/wheels. Where do you recommend purchasing? I'm looking for some lime green wheels for my '11 Fuel EX 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by strader View Post
    I think he's talking about putting spacers between the headset lower and the fork crown. You REALLY don't want to do that!
    yes, misunderstood that....dont want to put it under the headset at all =)

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    More picS!!

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    Here's my new 2012 Ex 8 Matte Ti color





    Cant wait to take her out this weekend!!

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    Very nice looking paint!

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    That looks sick!

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    Great looking bikes. Here's my contribution...

    2011 Trek Top Fuel 9.9 SSL
    Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph #54-559 (tubed setup)
    Pedals: Shimano PD-M985
    Weight: 22.08 lbs (using Park Tool DS-1 Digital Scale)

    2012 Trek Madone 6.7 SSL
    Wheels: Bontrager Aeolus 9.0 (Clincher)
    Tires: Bontrager Race X Lite All Weather Hardcase (tubed setup)
    Pedals: Shimano PD-M985
    Computer: Bontrager Node 2 Digital Computer
    Electronics: Bontrager DuoTrap Digital Speed/Cadence Sensor
    Weight: 15.15 lbs (using Park Tool DS-1 Digital Scale)
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    awesome....just....awesome.

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    those are some pretty friggin sweet rides. mad props!!!!

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    Just threw on some Mavic Crossrides and my XT crank, got a new FSA 44t, went back to 3x9...my MRP 1x is BB mount and i dont have a space in my BB to mount it.

    Here is the total list of changes.
    X7 Shifters
    X9 Rear derailleur
    XT crank M760
    XT M775 disc brakes
    Thomson Elite seatpost
    Easton MonkeyLite SL 635mm
    ESI Chunky Grips
    KMC X9 chain
    Bonty Race lite saddle
    DT Swiss X1600 wheelset



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    nice

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    I like the CrossRides on my EX9. Beat the hell out of those Bontrager wheels. And, even though they are a pinned wheel, Stans tape and rim strip, I am running my Bontrager TLR FR3 & XR2s tubeless for the entire summer! 24 spokes and Mavic hubs, these babies spin easy and forever and the rims are staying true! Good for you! Best cheap wheel set you can buy!
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    Just got er

    i just got the 2012 Trek GF Cobia 29er and I love it. Rode a little over 12 miles in the woods today. The bike rode with easy. The other bike in the picture is my buddies 2011 Trek GF XCal 29er.
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    That's a sick lookin ride HighLife420, I like the Disc in back, rim brake up front!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowegianor View Post
    That's a sick lookin ride HighLife420, I like the Disc in back, rim brake up front!
    Both are discs, but hard to see the front....the are lightweight rotors, pretty thin...but thanks

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    nice bike highlife i like it. i saw you had sold your other trek. i should be posting my new bike tomorrow. got a rumblefish 1. going 1x10 with it. if i like it i will do the same with my supefly
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    dude you have both? Dam you got deep pockets.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighLife420 View Post
    dude you have both? Dam you got deep pockets.....
    lol yeah i have both now. i have being going through some rough times lately so i feel like i deserve it. i guess i can justify it because i am having fun and keeping healthy. i dont have a wife now giving me a hard time because i bought another bike
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    My top fuel!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zippinveedub View Post
    My top fuel!

    Love that frame and color scheme! You didn't buy that frame off pinkbike did you? There was one on there for a STEAL of a price a while back. $600...I should have bought it...

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    Top Fuel rock guard

    Top Fuel rock guard
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    Quote Originally Posted by radials View Post
    Love that frame and color scheme! You didn't buy that frame off pinkbike did you? There was one on there for a STEAL of a price a while back. $600...I should have bought it...
    Thanks man! Yeah it's a sweet bike. I got it used from a buddy, I remember the one that was on pinkbike it was a 19.5" I think, I needed the 21.5". I got it for a good deal tho and swapped over the parts from my hardtail. Oddly enough the wheels came with the complete bikes but I had them before on my giant hardtail lol. It's been fun hoping for some drivetrain upgrades soon. 2012 xt in black?

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    here is the new ride in my stable. 2011 Rumblefish 1. changing over to 1X10 next week. it rides like a beast. i am very happy with the bike so far. lol and before any one gets on me about the reflectors i hadnt had a chance to take them off yet.




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    take em off before you hit the trails though man, people get flats all the time cause of the broken reflectors on the trail. I cleaned up a bunch at Markham a couple of weeks ago. Right at the first climb on traverse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighLife420 View Post
    take em off before you hit the trails though man, people get flats all the time cause of the broken reflectors on the trail. I cleaned up a bunch at Markham a couple of weeks ago. Right at the first climb on traverse.
    yeah i had them off before i rode. lol i just tried to get some pictures in before it started to rain
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    2012 EX8 new and after a ride through the mountains today...
    Bike handles the rough wet terrain very nicely.
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    Bike Rack

    Resqu2, just want to know what type of bike rack that is and were did you purchase it. thanks for the info

    Rick

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    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/29013196@N04/6114551836/" title="P1050947 by solidapil, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6066/6114551836_d11a85c696_z.jpg" width="640" height="391" alt="P1050947"></a>
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    My new Mamba:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tackle View Post
    Resqu2, just want to know what type of bike rack that is and were did you purchase it. thanks for the info

    Rick
    I received this from Resqu2 in a private message. Thought you would want to know...

    "I couldn't find a sturdy, cheap bike rack that I liked so I custom made that one just for my vehicle and bike. I did buy the part that holds and locks the fork and the part that has the strap on the back wheel. Spent $50 for the two items plus paint and clear coat. The rack is real simple, just 2x2 square tubing and a piece of angle iron. My bike shop had a bunch of different stickers that I applied before clear coating it.

    I love it, it's rock solid and I have actually received a lot of questions about it. "

    Great job Resqu2!!!
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    Here she is. Took her for her inaugural ride today.
    This is before said ride, fresh from the LBS!


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    The Tank....

    Its a beast..heavy and solid as a rock...and weighs about just as much...some upgrades but can take a beating...
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    My 2011 Fuel EX 9.7 with all upgrades done. Finally down to 25 lbs with:
    Shimano M985 XTR pedals,
    Easton EC70 carbon fiber riser bar,
    1 x 10 (using The Widgit).
    Very light on the trails. What an awesome bike!
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    more pics of the widgit pls

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    Here's some more, from my first real ride with her... she's in her element now!







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    Quote Originally Posted by NHDirtWorshipper View Post
    Here's some more, from my first real ride with her... she's in her element now!






    Nice ride. Looks like a healthy patch of poison ivy around that sign! Hope you're not irritated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milkman311 View Post
    Nice ride. Looks like a healthy patch of poison ivy around that sign! Hope you're not irritated.
    I'm actually pretty immune to it... ripped a bunch out of my yard with my bare hands earlier this year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbong View Post
    more pics of the widgit pls
    Sorry. This is the only other photo that I have right now.
    I can tell you that the Wigit is similar to a bashguard sandwich, but lighter and easier to install; although fairly expensive. I bought the black one and painted it gold.
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    thanks any rubbing issues? did remove any links?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbong View Post
    thanks any rubbing issues? did remove any links?
    Actually both.
    The sides of the Widgit have a small flair at the outside edge. My bike has a chainstay weld that happens to be exactly where that flair is, so I had to flatten the weld a mm or so. (The chainstay is aluminum on the carbon fiber EX 9.7. Go figure.)
    I also had to grind the Widgit edge a mm or so to make it flatter.
    I believe that I removed 2 links, but my Widgit is a 28T.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NHDirtWorshipper View Post
    Here's some more, from my first real ride with her... she's in her element now!
    Man... That's a lot of bike pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foujin View Post
    New to the MTB scene, been riding road bikes for 20 years. Just brought this home from the LBS:

    2012 Trek Marlin 29er (Gary Fisher G2) 15.5" frame in Signature Green
    Nice color! BTW, can I ask how tall are you? I am 5'9" with a 30" inseam and picked up a 17.5 Mamba. The stand over height gives little to no room for play and was wondering if I should of went with a 15.5. Just curious =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncruz408 View Post
    Nice color! BTW, can I ask how tall are you? I am 5'9" with a 30" inseam and picked up a 17.5 Mamba. The stand over height gives little to no room for play and was wondering if I should of went with a 15.5. Just curious =)
    you might have been able to get away with a 15.5. i am 5'11" and 32" inseam and i had a 2011 mamba that was a 17.5 and my 2 current fs treks are 17.5's also.
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    My new toy
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    2011 scratch 8 built up with all the leftover parts off my ibis mojo hd/ only think i left on that is original is the fork and headset. even the rear shock is off a scratch 9


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    ... and if we just ...



    98' trek 7000

    rear tire is a 99 specialized 2.2 "iron curtain" front tire from my wife's bike. i have a 2.25 match for my current front tire, on a wheel that im replacing the bearings to.
    2.25 is the biggest i can get on my 7000.
    i had to cut some of the "knobs" to get it to fit.
    i wish trek made a fat bike!
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    01 8000 still going strong

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    my 4300 bought in 2005 everything still stock execpt tires and i just traded them out a month ago
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    Hey guys, this is my first post on the forum as I've recently bought a decent bike to do some serious trails, so where better to start, I found this trek ticket 10 for 300euro at my local bike dealer, I fell in love with it instantly, the looks and feel when riding are a million percent improvement over the shitty dutch bikes which litter the road, as you guys are The experts in this I was wondering if you think it's worth getting anything else extra? Or if any of the parts are not good and need replacing, as I said it's a standard trek ticket 10.

    Anyway I'm hoping it was a good choice for an entry level bike, it was a steal at that price too, I was willing to pay around &euro;750 but there was a massive gap between the under &euro;500 and above &euro;1000 so I thought that I'd hold off until I get used to the riding position again.

    So please guys if you think I've made a mistake or can improve my choice then by all means let me know!

    (ps I need 10 posts before I can show you the pics...)

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    Great looking bikes. Here's my contribution...

    2011 Trek Top Fuel 9.9 SSL
    Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph #54-559 (tubed setup)
    Pedals: Shimano PD-M985
    Weight: 22.08 lbs (using Park Tool DS-1 Digital Scale)

    2012 Trek Madone 6.7 SSL
    Wheels: Bontrager Aeolus 9.0 (Clincher)
    Tires: Bontrager Race X Lite All Weather Hardcase (tubed setup)
    Pedals: Shimano PD-M985
    Computer: Bontrager Node 2 Digital Computer
    Electronics: Bontrager DuoTrap Digital Speed/Cadence Sensor
    Weight: 15.15 lbs (using Park Tool DS-1 Digital Scale)

    These are very nice bikes you have

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    Top Fuels

    Hey all you ladies and gents. I've owned my 9.9 for about 9months now and love it. Too bad Trek doesn't have Project One for mountain bikes. You would think for a $4000+ frame you could get any color you wanted. Anyway, out of necessity, I have developed a thermoformed down-tube protector that mounts using the lower water bottle bolts. I currently have them listed for sale at a certain well known website. It's just a little extra protection that some of you may want in order to protect that expensive frame. I have a couple different designs. I have some showing in my personal gallery. For some reason I cannot post pics within threads, only attachments.
    The attached is the small size. I have one larger that flares more at the bottem bracket for a little more protection. Come with stainless screws as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenssig View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ecub View Post
    Great looking bikes. Here's my contribution...

    2011 Trek Top Fuel 9.9 SSL
    Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph #54-559 (tubed setup)
    Pedals: Shimano PD-M985
    Weight: 22.08 lbs (using Park Tool DS-1 Digital Scale)

    2012 Trek Madone 6.7 SSL
    Wheels: Bontrager Aeolus 9.0 (Clincher)
    Tires: Bontrager Race X Lite All Weather Hardcase (tubed setup)
    Pedals: Shimano PD-M985
    Computer: Bontrager Node 2 Digital Computer
    Electronics: Bontrager DuoTrap Digital Speed/Cadence Sensor
    Weight: 15.15 lbs (using Park Tool DS-1 Digital Scale)
    These are very nice bikes you have
    Thanks
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    2011 Trek Top Fuel 9.9 SSL
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    Listen!

    .............update, got my wheel on
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    Hi Guys here is my 2011 EX8 with a couple of upgrades:
    Hope you like it... I simply LOVE It!!!!






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    Thomson Masterpiece and Selle Italia XL XC:



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    Finally got my Remedy dialed in the way I wanted it and could not be any happier on how it performs... oh and looks!! This is my most favorite bike I've ever owned.

    2010 Trek Remedy 9.9; Frame 21.5 or XL
    29 lbs on the nose

    Fork: Fox 36 Talas 160 FIT RLC
    Rear Suspension: Fox RP23 DRCV 150mm
    Stem: CBs Iodine 3 80mm
    Handlebar: CBs Iodine 11 740mm
    Grips: CBs Iodine
    Shifter: Sram XX
    Front Derailleur: Shimano XT
    Rear Derailluer: Sram X.0 10 spd
    Cranks: Sram XX 39-26
    Tires: Maxxis Ignitor 2.35(front) High Roller 2.35(rear)
    Wheels: CBs Iodine 3
    Brakes: Avid XX
    Saddle: CBs Iodine 11
    Seat Post: CBs Joplin 4R
    Pedals: Flats=> Echo TR/ Clipless=> CBs Mallet 3s (old style)

    MTBP
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    That Remedy looks soooo sweet... Very nice!

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    Nice bike

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    MTB Pilot, nice one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    Finally got my Remedy dialed in the way I wanted it and could not be any happier on how it performs... oh and looks!! This is my most favorite bike I've ever owned.

    2010 Trek Remedy 9.9; Frame 21.5 or XL
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    Have you figured out what the head-angle and bottom bracket height are with the F36 160 fork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by strader View Post
    Have you figured out what the head-angle and bottom bracket height are with the F36 160 fork?
    In the 120 position it's 67 HA and 13 and 5/8th inches BB height. In 160 position it's 66 HA and 14.0 BB height.

    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the way it feels and performs. I tried a Cane Creek angleset with my 32 150, but it was just too flexy and the angleset makes a popping sound every time you hit a rock or drop off one. This is SOLID! It still climbs great, especially in 120.

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    Finally out in it's natural habitat...


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    Here are my 3 TREK's:

    2012 SF Pro
    XX RD/Brakes/Shifters/Cranks
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    XTR Pedals
    Bontrager Race X-Lite Bar Ends



    2010 Madone 6.7/Project 1
    Purple Metallic/White
    Full DA7900 build
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    1993 8700 Carbon (quite the ride, "back in the day")
    Carbon fiber tubes, aluminum lugs & rear triangle
    Mountain LX Shifters/FD/Brakes
    XT Rear Der.
    Shifter pods are toast and I'm hoping to find some replacement parts to put this bike back on the trail.


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    This is my 2003 Trek Liquid 10. Almost all stock, just different tires, shorter stem and wider handlebar.


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    No one with pitcures of Superfly 100 (carbon) ?

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    I posted a pic of mine a little above.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenssig View Post
    No one with pitcures of Superfly 100 (carbon) ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Chronism View Post
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    My first Mountain Bike 2012 Trek Cobia on her way home
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronism View Post
    I posted a pic of mine a little above.
    No one with pitcures of Superfly 100, hardtail (carbon) ? (sorry this is what I meant).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenssig View Post
    No one with pitcures of Superfly 100, hardtail (carbon) ? (sorry this is what I meant).
    Ah gotcha, no worries. The hardtail is referred to as just "Superfly" with the full susp. getting the "100" moniker behind it, that's why I was confused.

    nor_cal_rider posted pics of his here:

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    Here's mine

    My new Trek Mamba:



    It is bone stock except for a Bontrager SSR seat (not pictured). I am enjoying it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmrogers View Post
    My new Trek Mamba:



    It is bone stock except for a Bontrager SSR seat (not pictured). I am enjoying it!
    Nice...how's the SSR compared to the stock seat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammerknocker View Post
    Nice...how's the SSR compared to the stock seat?
    A noticeable improvement. My son had just bought it for his FSR, and told me to just swap it with my seat. Since his is a FS bike, he figured I'd get better use out of the additional padding.

    The stock seat is pretty hard. I like the SSR. The trails that I am riding on now are rocky with a lot of roots. This seat makes it more bearable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammerknocker View Post
    My new Mamba:
    Hey, I like your ride! What size frame did you get?

    I went with the 39.5. I'm 5'8" fits perfect.
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    There are some insanely sick bikes on this thread! Wow! My eyeballs are popping out!

    I just got back on a mountain bike after a long time off. I went out of my price range with this 2012 6000. I actually was going to get a 4300, then I decided it would be smarter to get the 4500. Then after reading more specs, I realized that the 6000 was the one. It was a lot more than I wanted to spend, but I am glad I did.

    I suspect that in order to get a new bike, I will have to ride the living daylights out of this one. So far, so good!




    My 2012 Trek 6000





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    Quote Originally Posted by dmrogers View Post
    Hey, I like your ride! What size frame did you get?

    I went with the 39.5. I'm 5'8" fits perfect.
    Thanks! I went with the 19"...I'm 5'11".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammerknocker View Post
    Thanks! I went with the 19"...I'm 5'11".
    i am 5'11" and 19's are to big for me. I have had 3 different treks in the last year and they are all 17.5's
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    Rim Trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lloyd braun View Post

    Rim Trail.
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    Great scenery!
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    Ok here is my EX8 the day I got it...still pretty much stock just very well used.

    And here is my road bike (just got it) Madone 4.5

    oh well I tried...need to have more posts before they allow me to add images...

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    My Bike

    2010 3700 disc first true mountain bike
    stock except for evoke r saddle and about to install jagwire shifter cables after one of mine broke
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    Nice pics infested...is that the tree at the top of the hill out at Poplar Tent?

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    Great scenery!
    +1..... \,,/ O___O \,,/
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    2010 Trek 3700 Disc, Frame 19.5

    As you can see it isn't very stock, but man do I love it. I will eventually get a new one but with my upgrades that I got all very cheaply this bike will last quite a while and then will get handed down to wife or kids.

    Fork: RockShox Tora TK Coil 100mm w/ Lockout
    Stem: EASTON EA50
    Handlebar: EASTON EA50 DH RISER BAR 635mm
    Grips: OEM
    Shifter: Sram XX
    Front Derailleur: OEM
    Rear Derailluer: SHIMANO LX M581
    Cranks: SHIMANO LX FC-M582
    Tires: Maxxis Ignitor 2.35(front) High Roller 2.35(rear)
    Wheels: Mavic Crossride Disc
    Brakes: Avid BB7 185 F/R
    Saddle: OEM
    Seat Post: OEM
    Pedals: Platform/Clipless Combo


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    Picked up this 2003 or 2004 4100 for ~125usd



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    My 2012 Superfly 100 Elite. You seen one, you seen 'em all. I have about a dozen rides and one race on it. I like it.
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    Smile Superfly 100, hardtail, 2012. with some modifications :)

    I have got XT Cassette, lighter seat and steering stem, and another handlebar. Im very happy with the setup ! ! Other wheels comming spring ! !
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdh792 View Post
    my new toy
    very nice!!!
    "It never gets easier, you just go faster."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammerknocker View Post
    Nice pics infested...is that the tree at the top of the hill out at Poplar Tent?
    Thank you and yes haha that is the tree right after the climb with the huge rut in the middle and before all the roots right after

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodroce View Post
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    There are some insanely sick bikes on this thread! Wow! My eyeballs are popping out!

    I just got back on a mountain bike after a long time off. I went out of my price range with this 2012 6000. I actually was going to get a 4300, then I decided it would be smarter to get the 4500. Then after reading more specs, I realized that the 6000 was the one. It was a lot more than I wanted to spend, but I am glad I did.

    I suspect that in order to get a new bike, I will have to ride the living daylights out of this one. So far, so good!

    .
    My first post here, I just picked up one of these myself. My first bike in over 15 years. Things sure have changed.

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    My 2012 Marlin, after this morning's cleaning.

    Only extras are brakes, tires and grips.

    (Fox fork stickers because Suntour stickers peeled after one ride and I had them laying around)

    2012 Trek Marlin BB7's / SD-7's, G3's, and Kenda Nevegals


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    My 2011 XCal out on its first ride






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    2008 Fuel Ex 8
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    Beautiful (oh..the scenery is also)l!

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    just put together tonight.
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    ^^^^ NICE build! I hope you ride it as hard as it looks good.
    IIIIII


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    Here's my 2011 remedy. It's my first trek after a couple enduros and a pitch. I am very impressed with the ABP. The second pic is the night vision setup
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    2012 Mamba 29r

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