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    Quote Originally Posted by surly357
    nothing too special, but at least i have something with a biplane fork now

    You have the key for that cable lock right?
    -eric-

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    yes

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    You have the key for that cable lock right?

    2, but i'm not sure they're original.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by kb11
    I found a pic of mine, doesnt everybody have one of these?

    Yeah, I think so! Mine's a little dirty cuz I actually ride the thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surly357
    2, but i'm not sure they're original.......
    LMFAO
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    Here's a recent find from the local CL, an unkown year Hardrock Comp. Seems like late 80s to me. Seems to be 100% original, and might make a good spare bike for a bike-less female riding companion (like THAT will ever happen). I wish it were my size, as I have always liked this color combo.
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    Awaiting inspiration -


    Wanted -girvin cranks, tubular steel - not the standard alloy ones

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    ... and if we just ... '91 Rockhopper comp

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt H.
    Here's a Rockhopper I picked up recently:
    Here is mine: A 1991 Rockhopper Comp

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    1991 Specialized Rockhopper Comp
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    Smile What Year Is My Stumpjumper? Help Please.

    I like this Ride. Serial # 01J1284
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1
    beautifull house. excellent taste you've got my friend.
    How did you put a disk brake adaptor on there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Medina
    Here is mine: A 1991 Rockhopper Comp

    http://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/50...ockhopper1.jpg
    It's my old bike! Well, same year, model and paint job, anyway. I put a lot of miles on one of those in college and, oddly, let it go in a garage sale about one year before I started getting into VRC bikes. Naturally, I wish I hadn't sold it, but at least I got decent money for it...

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    Purchased new in 1995, ridden as my primary hardtail until 2008, converted to singlespeed in 2008. My '95 StumpJumper M2 FS:

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    Hey, that looks familiar, 251...

    My 91 M2...



    It's more or less how I received it...I suppose very little of the components are original (except the tires!)

    I finally gave away my 92 Hard Rock this week...

    But I think my neighbor is about to give me another one. Oh well! (It's all black so I can pretend it's Rumpfy's Epic!)

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    1996 Rockhopper FS


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    My officially decomissioned and warrantied 1996 Stumpy 96S4M14524 and our 1995ish Deja Tu tandem (mgf for Specialized by American)... a wedding present from my fellow LBS employees just about 12 years ago... still going strong (us and the bike) and has always ranked as the best gift we got!
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    I'm sorry if my 2000 Rockhopper A1 FSR is too new for this thread, but it's too old to mention anywhere else.

    I bought this for $240 and then added Ergon grips and a WTB saddle to make it more comfortable. Then I added Slime thorn-resistant tubes and Maxxis Hookworm 26 by 2.5 tires, which made it virtually silent on the street, provided superb grip on fast cornering, and after almost two years and several thousand miles I have never had a puncture.

    It may be dated, but for what I do, it's a great bike for the street and local parks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockychrysler
    My officially decomissioned and warrantied 1996 Stumpy 96S4M14524 and our 1995ish Deja Tu tandem (mgf for Specialized by American)... a wedding present from my fellow LBS employees just about 12 years ago... still going strong (us and the bike) and has always ranked as the best gift we got!
    You know, speaking of the Deja Tu...I take it this is one of them too... Unfortunately I wasn't on the ride with my friend where he snapped this photo. I would have loved to have gotten a shot of it next to my matching Stumpjumper!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grindmonkey7
    I like this Ride. Serial # 01J1284
    Thanks
    That's a 1992 SJ Pro.

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    Rockhopper Sport

    This is mine. Full Suntour X-1 and the SN: #3P211595 (anyone know what year it is?)
    I change the original stem because it feel a little cramp in the cockpit.
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    Purists, avert your eyes:
    1989 Hardrock Comp
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    1996 Stumpjumper A1 FS



    Ukai EX-17 rims, Shimano XT Parallax hubs, and Continental tires.

    Oh, and Huffy pedals.

    Are tires supposed to crunch like snow, even when there isn't any snow?
    Ron

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    I found a picture of my first mountain bike last night. This lowly Rockhopper Comp of 88/89 vintage is what got me hooked on riding. And what a perfect companion, fit like a glove, handled like a dream, and selfish me, I never gave the courtesy of proper maintenance or a wash for that matter. I used her for about 3 years while living in Flagstaff, and we rode down pretty much every trail in the Fat Tire guide. Upon graduation, I killed her off by disassembling completely and ultimately lost interest in repainting. So she sat in a cardboard box in my roomates garage as I left the state. Where are you now?

    The picture is circa '93.
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    ... and if we just ... s-works 1995 M2 team

    This a 1995 s-works M2 team...
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    edit (this forum is kinda creepy, lol)
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    This is my 1992 RockHopper Comp. I have had it since it was new. I also have another 1992 frame as well as a 1989(?) that I want to get built up sooner or later. I'm not sure where the line is on what is or isn't VRC, but since there are much newer bikes in this thread I guess I'm alright.
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    m2

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