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    ooh, is that dangerboy on your brakes?

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    After the birth of our daughter we thinned out the stable a little bit, so I'm down to two bikes.

    A small Intense 5.5 (XC, trail riding, and baby hauling)





    and a small Intense M6 for pure DH goodness




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    Greeting from CNY

    Hi, Jessica here from CNY, and this is my 4th season riding. I ride an 06 Giant Trance, a Fuji road bike (a steal off of craigslist to see if I liked it) and just picked up an old 60's cruiser that we are refinishing for a night on the town bike. I also have an 8 year old daughter and a 9 year old son that each rides a Raleigh Rowdy (pink and blue respectively).
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    Wow, I feel pretty incompetent seeing all these bikes having been low on cash at the beginning of this year, I went and bought a Power X Men 26" from Walmart for $88.00 (yes I know, most these bikes on here are probably up passed $400.00 but I can't afford that right now). My next dream bike is at Dick's Sporting Goods and hopefully I'll be buying it soon. Please don't laugh at me

    Exactly how do you go about putting a photo on here (if there is a trhead, I have not seen it)? I'm used to just uploading them from my computer on other sites, but this one is different.
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    All Our Bikes-my-bike-1.jpg

    Here is a picture I took of my bike yesterday.

    2010 Haro Flightline Sport
    Spank Tweet Tweet Rims
    Spank Royola Handlebar
    Snafu Stem
    Tioga Platform Pedals
    SDG Bel Air Saddle
    Lizard Skins Custom Grips
    WTB 2.5 Weirwolf Tires

    I hope that i attached the picture correctly. Sorry if I did it wrong.

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    I am using my husbands ID to troll and post. My 2010 Trek Fuel EX7 and me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeSoul87
    Wow, I feel pretty incompetent seeing all these bikes having been low on cash at the beginning of this year, I went and bought a Power X Men 26" from Walmart for $88.00 (yes I know, most these bikes on here are probably up passed $400.00 but I can't afford that right now). My next dream bike is at Dick's Sporting Goods and hopefully I'll be buying it soon. Please don't laugh at me

    Exactly how do you go about putting a photo on here (if there is a trhead, I have not seen it)? I'm used to just uploading them from my computer on other sites, but this one is different.
    somewhere below the reply box is "upload images" which will pull them off the hard drive. Or, you can hotlink with the image link button above the dialogue box, it has a yellow square with a mountain in it.

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    Barny's Turner 5-Spot:





    Her Turner Flux:







    Turner 6-Pack:





    Fatback snow/sand bike:





    Litespeed Ghisallo Ti road:





    There are others, but that's a good start.

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    Giant Reign 0, 2008

    I am new here and new to mnt biking. I have been riding road bikes and dirt bikes all my life and wanted to try something new. I live in Northern AZ and have oodles of trails to ride.

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    I bought this used, some things were already changed and some I did myself.
    Reign 0 size small
    2010 RS revelation race 150
    Fox RP23
    Mavic Crossmax XL (way overkill, want something lighter)
    XTR Cassette 11-34, XTR chain
    XT cranks 175 (wish they were 170)
    Selle An-atomica titanico saddle
    Oury grips
    Giant contact seatpost and handlebars 690
    Sunline V1 AM stem 50
    Alligator wind cutter rotors
    Wellgo mag ti pedals
    Trail King UST (way heavy)
    Brakes and drivetrain stock
    With heavy tires it weighs 28 lbs, with nevegals it weighed 26.4

    I have only 3 amazing rides on it as of today, and this thing is awesome. I made a very choice!

    Brenda

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    Just wanted to say that there are a lot of cool bikes in here.

    Some of you girls have some impressive collections of bikes!

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    An update (using my husband's ID again), me on a rental at Snowshoe. It was a blast!.... even though the last day I crashed hard on Missing Link and am going to have surgery tomorrow on my shoulder. No worries, I'll be back!
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    Let's try this video-style.


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    No photo of my first bike (specialized myka ht), but here's my new baby, 2011 Giant Anthem X3W. Now if only it would stop raining nonstop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    Let's try this video-style.

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    nice video, looks like a lot of time and equipment went into making it, what trail was that?

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    It wasn't a crazy effort. Just a few shots here and there over the course of a couple of rides using a pair of GoPro cameras.

    The trails are all "secret" singletracks on Kodiak Island, Alaska.

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    My new girl.... 'Stella'

    Specialised Camber Elite FSR

    Will hunt out pics of my other rides....

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    Any XC Bikes for sale?

    Ladies,

    I am looking for a used XC for my girlfriend. Full suspension would be great. She is 5'4", so probably a small frame size. Appreciate any help!

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    Good job! 2011 Yeti AS-R 5

    I just got a new 2011 Yeti AS-R 5 and am l loving it! It climbs like a dream and still has the necessary suspension for the downhill. I purchased a size small frame and am 5'6". The 10th gear in the rear was certainly a selling point for me - an extra gear for climbing!
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    Bikes!!!

    My everything bike is a Giant STP. I'm not sure what year it is, I bought the frame of some 16 year old kid and built it up with spare parts. Pike for, Margura Louise FR brakes, sram drive-train (I'll get around to getting a front derailleur one day), a wheelset from my old Chumba, and Minion 2.5 tires. Size small.

    Just built up and ready for a ride:


    My DH/FR bike is a 2009 (I think) medium Transition Syren Frame. Same thing, bought the frame and built it up myself because I didn't like the spec. I'm still not sure why bike shops think that women's bikes should come with crappy parts.I've built it up with: Totem fork, DHX 5 shock, Saint brakes, derailleur, shifters. Mavic 721's on saint hubs, minion 2.5 tires. I did break down and take the Saint cranks off to put on Atlas FRs for the winter (I needed a granny gear to peddle it up the mountain). The Saint cranks with the straightline chain guide will go back on this summer. Chromag Fubar OSX and seat round out the the build...Although I'm not happy with the bars as they've got some cosmetic defects.

    In Whistler on Cut Yer Bars. Riding with a 66 up front for now...


    Mt Fromme for a December ride. The Totem is finally on!

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    Beautiful bikes on here, ladies... I'm in lust! I've just started out, so I'm riding a Scott Contessa hardtail, completely stock. Love it so far- really great bike for a beginner. I've just gotten clipped in, working with Time ATAC pedals- we'll see how they go! I hear great things about them and I can't wait to get more miles in!
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    Stompy

    2009 Redline Monocog, with upgrades:

    --Truvativ Stylo cranks and GXP Bottom bracket (took at least two pounds off!)
    --Surly SS cog and chainring (Currently 20 x 32 for what was a very muddy cyclocross season but will switch to a probably an 18 cog for upcoming short-track season)
    --Misfit Psycles FU2-bar w/CODA brake levers (pink housing was NOS from my local shop and I don't know where to find more pink lined brake housing -- anyone?)
    --Crank Bros. 5050XX pedals (every hole loaded with a pin; I can't run clipless so I use these and grabby shoes. No problems so far in two seasons)
    --KMC 610X singlespeed chain

    This continues to be a great bike for me -- a little heavy for suitcasing over 'cross barriers but since short-track is my primary interest and I can really only swing one off-road bike it's a small penalty to pay. The 26" wheels make this a nimble and fun ride.
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    My newest addition: '11 Surly Cross Check. OK OK it's not a mtb (my Giant Anthem is above) but it's new and I'm excited and I wanted to show it off :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaclynj
    Nice! I'm dreaming of a fat bike in exactly that color...sigh...someday....

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    Wow. I look at all these awesome photos and only hope that one day I'll be able to ride like that! Brand new to biking. I just got a Specialized Myka HT Disc and loving it. Now I just need to learn how to take it off road!

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    You ladies impress the hell out of me!!!

    My next mission is to sway my hiker GF to ride MTB...She don't think she can do it. I think she can...if she is already hiking 12+ miles.
    "The mind will quit....well before the body does"

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