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    Official Klein Picture Thread

    Amazingly...we don't have one yet.

    I'm sure there will be some amazing photos.

    Post pictures of your Klein. The rare, the unique, everything.

    Lets see it!
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    Joy.

    Let's start with something splatter . . . I mean Graffiti. Work in progress. Slow progress. Yes, this is a Klein factory paint job.
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    Ha! You all knew it was coming, so here you go. A picture of the Team Moosepoop 1996 Klein Attitude. Maybe it shouldn't be near the top of the thread (or anywhere in the thread) but here goes. This is an entirely custom paint job, used to be the pearl/yellow/red team colors, but no longer. More pics and info here. It's probably a bad idea to make any snide comments...I've got a LOT more pictures where this one came from.

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    I'm sure glad DB's Klein made it up before the Moose Klein.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    I'm sure glad DB's Klein made it up before the Moose Klein.

    every time i see that i cringe















    i mean, who runs avid ultimates with paul v's
    looking for 20-21" P team

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    ... and if we just ... There used to be one!

    Eric, it was in the Klein section of the manufacturers forum.
    I guess Craig and Francois thought that it didn't rank as high as Foes, Litespeed, Merlin, K2 and Zion. Hmm, is Zion a sponsor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noslogan
    Eric, it was in the Klein section of the manufacturers forum.
    I guess Craig and Francois thought that it didn't rank as high as Foes, Litespeed, Merlin, K2 and Zion. Hmm, is Zion a sponsor?

    Honestly...I don't know. Never spent any time in the Klein forum...if they pulled it, it's because all those forums are for bikes that are still in production.


    Besides, this way we have our own thread with a gallery of the best Kleins on the net.
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    Here are a couple then..

    My '91? SSAtitude. And my '99 Mantra Pro race bike..
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    This Mantra is actually my second frame. The first frame blew a chainstay on a hangover Sunday ride that was just supposed to break up the cobwebs,......in my legs.

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    let's see what i can add... first thing should be the link to www.wundel.com and the Classic Klein gallery there http://www.wundel.com/classic1.html

    in chronological order

    1985 Mountain Klein, medium frame, XT M700, Suntour rollercams


    1993 Sea&Sky Attitude, prototype with ZipGrip seat post clamp. 21" (Large), XTR M900



    1994 Storm Pulse, ZipGrip, 20" (Medium), XTR M900



    1995 Night Storm Pulse, 21" (Large), XTR M910


    1995 Sea&Sky Adroit, 21" (Large), XTR M910



    1996 Burgundy-Blue Adroit, 21" (Large), XT M737




    1996 Ebony Black Pulse 2, 22" (Large), wild mix of parts...


    1997 Race Red Mantra Pro, 20" (Medium), XTR M950


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    ... and if we just ... Kleins from Finland

    Here's mine...currently own 2 but fortunately they're the best ones: Adroit and Adept

    1993 Rain Forest Adroit, 18" (XS), will be a custom parts spec build



    1995 Coral Reef Adept, 19" (S), XT M737




    These two I recently sold.

    1992 Horizon Attitude, 19" (S), XTR M900




    1993 Sea&Sky Attitude, 19" (S), custom parts spec



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    Built those for friends of mine.(wife and her husband of course!)
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    WANTED:89' DIAMONDBACK AXIS TEAM

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    Its not vintage, yet... But its a 2003 Klein Palomino Race which has had the Maverick linkage upgrade kit installed.


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    Mountain Klein

    After quite a while off, I'm back in action and am happy to have added two all-time favorites to my collection - first the 1985 Fat Chance I posted a while back and now this Mountain Klein! I just have seller photos for now, but will update after I get it, clean it up (here's hoping it's in good shape) and photo it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollister
    every time i see that i cringe















    i mean, who runs avid ultimates with paul v's
    i thought it was the sight of fluorescent painted syncros cranks. or is it the slicks? no.. the tights.
    please stop!

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    man... carsten doesn't scr#w around when it comes to Kleins.
    that's a full force team you've got there man.

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    Did you these Klein parts for sale on ebay Link. *not mine*

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    umm......

    Quote Originally Posted by uno-speedo
    Did you these Klein parts for sale on ebay Link. *not mine*
    Yeah.

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    Klein of course

    Hallo Guys

    Oh my good!!!!

    Where do you find all these nice KLEIN bikes.

    Perhaps i will find one in the future. I will have to wait.

    Mister C. for president- please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by drechsler57
    Hallo Guys

    Oh my good!!!!

    Where do you find all these nice KLEIN bikes.

    Perhaps i will find one in the future. I will have to wait.

    Mister C. for president- please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Yours

    drechsler57


    Mate, it not that hard at all !
    I urge you to just check your warehouse and I bet you'll find dozens of Kleins there!

    And I'd vote for Mr. C too!

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    perhaps when you grow up you will find one.
    wanted:
    - older 80's merlin titanium
    - potts type I or II fork
    merlintitanium.com

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    Where's my meds when I REALLY need em

    Now I'm a mess,Those are the best looking Klein's and bikes I've ever seen.Man O Man the early 90's was the sh!t.I joke around always by saying no Klein is better than mine(my kids better looking than yours type of thing)and its in fact a sweet a$$ bike,but It would for sure have its hands full with the likes of some of those bad boys.I would love too have one of everything that came out of Klein between 89-96,more so 91-94..great thread.CF..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY FRED
    Now I'm a mess,Those are the best looking Klein's and bikes I've ever seen.Man O Man the early 90's was the sh!t.I joke around always by saying no Klein is better than mine(my kids better looking than yours type of thing)and its in fact a sweet a$$ bike,but It would for sure have its hands full with the likes of some of those bad boys.I would love too have one of everything that came out of Klein between 89-96,more so 91-94..great thread.CF..
    wheres the pic Fred?!
    looking for 20-21" P team

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    Quote Originally Posted by newsboymerlin
    perhaps when you grow up you will find one.
    Haha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollister
    wheres the pic Fred?!
    I'm working on it.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY FRED
    Now I'm a mess,Those are the best looking Klein's..I joke around...my kids better looking than yours type of thing...I would love...great thread.CF..
    Aw Fred, you're melting my cold heart of stone. Keep it up man!

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    2001 Klein Attitude Race

    Too new for here but it's a Klein. It gets ridden alot and I like the aztec gold. It's also a budget build. I think it's a really nice bike for cheap. I'm curious. Were the 01 Kleins still made in Washington? It says it was. Trek has owned Klein since 95.
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    Saved this one from a guy who was using it as his beater bike to get back and forth to work....














    Was my dream bike BITD. I remember asking the guy at the LBS if I could touch it and when I picked it up I fell in love.

    Fast forward 18 years or so, I finally own one, granted this one's got a lot of dings, cut bars, wrong rear wheel, cracked seat post and a tiny crack at the hole in the seat post tube, but I couldn't be happier....putting it back in shape will be a pleasure.

    Can't wait to hit the single track with it.

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    Some do..

    Some Kleins break race records, others break hearts, and other just break. #BAT487 did all three. It still hurts to see this.



    P.S. Cycleshark, "they eat pingus too". Not where I come from http://img258.imageshack.us/img258/4...spreviefe0.jpg
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    yo pingu

    this one is perfect for any german collector! now they can see that no rust is inside and
    just tell them you found a way to use smaller boxes that will save postal taxes!

    greetings from the shark (they eat pingus too)

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    Here's my Gator Linear Fade Pinnacle - '93 model I think - PE5E.

    8 speed XT, 63mm Judy SL (recent rebuild of the metal cartridge) Velocity K525 rims and XTR V's.

    I think I might take it out this afternoon, seeing as I got it out....










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    Ha ha.

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    I been lookin at that

    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    Ha ha.
    It just looks weird. What it needs is aerobars.

    I think it was 2500 or 2900 a week or two ago.

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    i don;t know if this has been discussed but to what extent does Klein's paint work define their allure? (especially the 1990-95 paint)

    if kleins were only available in single colors, would they be as desireable today or just washington-made "cannondales" (to quote)?

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    Its Just About All Of It

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    i don;t know if this has been discussed but to what extent does Klein's paint work define their allure? (especially the 1990-95 paint)
    I think you hit the nail on the head with the Cannondale comparison. If each model were available in only one solid color per year I would guess the market value of Kleins would be close to 75% less. The paint is what sets them apart and makes them unique and ads some element of rareness. Finding a MC1 Adroit is easy. They're not rare by any means. Finding an MC1 Adroit in Team Storm for example is difficult. There is no difference in the bikes otherwise but the Team Storm will command 2-3x as much as a Black or Candy Red frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shayne
    I think you hit the nail on the head with the Cannondale comparison.
    I don't doubt that a Team Storm anything will sell for more than solid color (but I do know of a Team Storm Pulse that sold for less than some solid colors have sold. I will not mention who this person is but here's a hint: Look for Team Storms ). Same goes for other original multi-colored paints.

    However, I'll tell my little Tale of Yore and Klein Stories from the mists of time. I had been searching for a nice bike in the fall of 1989 and tried dozens, including Cannondales. I had pretty much settled on an American Comp-Lite but was still trying out high-end bikes as I ran across them. I was in a certain town that you, Shayne, might be familiar with. It starts with 'Mad' and ends in "ison" and came across a shop that sold Kleins run by a man of certain notiriety named Larry. I had heard of Kleins but didn't know much about them and I tried a solid colored bike. The bike looked nice but didn't jump out at me visually in any way, shape, or form. The visuals wasn't what I was focused on at the time. I took it for a ride and within 100-200 yards said, "This is the one." It was that simple. The decision was made.

    Yes, there is a coolness factor to them that Cannondales don't have, fat forks, etc. But for me it was the ride. I'm not saying that a Fat or a Merlin has a 'worse' ride and I had tried both of those brands, but the Klein's ride clinched it that quickly. Maybe if I had chosen a Fat City that year, I'd now be on Fatcogs ranting instead of here, but that wasn't the bike I choose. YMMV.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shayne
    Finding a MC1 Adroit is easy



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shayne
    I think you hit the nail on the head with the Cannondale comparison. If each model were available in only one solid color per year I would guess the market value of Kleins would be close to 75% less. The paint is what sets them apart and makes them unique and ads some element of rareness. Finding a MC1 Adroit is easy. They're not rare by any means. Finding an MC1 Adroit in Team Storm for example is difficult. There is no difference in the bikes otherwise but the Team Storm will command 2-3x as much as a Black or Candy Red frame.
    I totally agree.

    Although that all polished frame above does look pretty cool. The craftsmanship of those (earlier) Kleins is awfully nice and they no doubt have a ride that can back up the paint...but yeah....that paint seems to be the focal point for collectors...since they end up wall art as a result.
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    Ugh, Don't Get Me Started

    Quote Originally Posted by pinguwin
    I don't doubt that a Team Storm anything will sell for more than solid color (but I do know of a Team Storm Pulse that sold for less than some solid colors have sold. I will not mention who this person is but here's a hint: Look for Team Storms ). Same goes for other original multi-colored paints.

    Pinguwin
    That seller was a total knob! Deal was closed but he wouldn't tell me where to send the money. Then a week or so passes with me emailing and calling repeatedly and I finally give up only to talk to the new owner that very day. It should be in my garage but it is in competent and deserving hands so I can't complain too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shayne
    That seller was a total knob...only to talk to the new owner that very day..
    Since then I've heard a few people have issues with him. What year was that and what bike?

    Now if you notice that I did say 'of certain notoriety'. Me be smarts...I didn't say that I ordered my Klein from him, did I?

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    And About The Ride...

    Sure the ride is good or great depending on the application, but enough to justify the price??
    Its all about the looks with Kleins

    I've got 3 in the fleet right now and several others have come and gone. I'm both pro- and anti-Klein.
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    No, No

    I was refering to the Team Storm Pulse that sold ~6 months ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shayne
    No, no
    Oh, I get it now. Didn't hear about that juicy bit of VRC gossip. Well either way, previously mentioned shop did have some notoriety, which is why I made an assumption on who you were talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    I totally agree.

    Although that all polished frame above does look pretty cool. The craftsmanship of those (earlier) Kleins is awfully nice and they no doubt have a ride that can back up the paint...but yeah....that paint seems to be the focal point for collectors...since they end up wall art as a result.
    hmm, dont know. if you compare those two the paint seems to be not really important

    very nice MC1 Team Storm Adroit for cheap (relatively speaking)

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=320138396225



    and a dented crappy naked Attitude for almost half of that

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Klein-Attitude-F...QQcmdZViewItem


    and, to get back on topic, a Team Storm Pinnacle, frame $100



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    I think they (the Attitude) have got a neat ride to them. Very light and precise and not harsh as you'd think.

    I'd like to find a bare one in my size for a rider. I liked that white Attitude that was on here a few years back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carsten
    hmm, dont know. if you compare those two the paint seems to be not really important

    very nice MC1 Team Storm Adroit for cheap (relatively speaking)

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=320138396225



    and a dented crappy naked Attitude for almost half of that

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Klein-Attitude-F...QQcmdZViewItem


    and, to get back on topic, a Team Storm Pinnacle, frame $100



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    I had my finger on the button for that Storm Adroit . . . I must be one of the few that do not really like Storm paint. I think it would have gone for alot more $$ if it did not have BIN and the seller let it run.

    That dented crappy Attitude went up partially because it was talked about on some forums? (I wonder) . . . what I know is it went for far too much.

    Nice Pulse, Nice price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carsten
    hmm, dont know. if you compare those two the paint seems to be not really important

    very nice MC1 Team Storm Adroit for cheap (relatively speaking)

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=320138396225

    Carsten

    Wow. That only went cheap because the BIN was pulled. Probably could have gone double that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOrange
    I had my finger on the button for that Storm Adroit . . . I must be one of the few that do not really like Storm paint. I think it would have gone for alot more $$ if it did not have BIN and the seller let it run.

    That dented crappy Attitude went up partially because it was talked about on some forums? (I wonder) . . . what I know is it went for far too much.

    Nice Pulse, Nice price.
    next time you see a Team Storm Adroit for $1500 just press the button, i will do the rest i even could have picked it up

    yeah, nice Pulse. but it's a Pinnacle. even nicer to have such great buddies

    Carsten

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    I'm not a huge fan of the storm paint but I think it could grow on me. I certainly would have bought the bike as it's an MC1 Adroit in very nice shape. It's possible that he could have gotten 2x, as Rumpfy mentioned, on BIN.

    At the very least I would have bought it to resell for a profit. There have been two Attitude that I've hesitated about that I could have made a buttload on with BIN and a private sale.

    I'm interested in a bare Attitude simply because I'm looking for one to airbrush and I don't like the idea of stripping an original paint job.

    Pinguwin

    P.S. It's morning/afternoon and we have a lively discussion going on. Does anyone here actually have a &$*$'ing job? :-)

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    Not me

    Quote Originally Posted by pinguwin
    Does anyone here actually have a &$*$'ing job? :-)
    If it hits trails it is a mountain bike. I know, I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinguwin
    I'm not a huge fan of the storm paint but I think it could grow on me. I certainly would have bought the bike as it's an MC1 Adroit in very nice shape. It's possible that he could have gotten 2x, as Rumpfy mentioned, on BIN.
    For me a Storm Klein and an Adroit in particular is like "the Holy Grail". If I would have seen that (was on holiday then), I would 110% pulled the trigger. Oh well, it just gets me annoyed even thinking how cheap it went. If the auction would have been normal + Europeans allowed, the seller would have might have gotten even more, like 4000+ for the dollar is so low compared to euro right now...

    But anyway, sometimes people get lucky. I don't complain getting my Adept hybrid for $905 either... Although my Adroit cost me an arm and a leg...

    About comparing to Cannondales: they had nice paintjobs, fine welds, fat tubes and fat forks (Pepperonis) BITD as well. But they were still like normal bikes compared to Attitude & Adroit. On the other hand, I though that Rascal & Pinnacle were lame... In the early 90s I thought that Klein must have an aluminum fork, and when comparing the prices of Attitudes vs. Rascals for example, most collectors think the same.

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