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    Evolution!

    Here is the evolution of my bicycles, starting way back in the summer of 2004 when I really got into the sport.

    I started out with a Diamondback bmx bike, that was supposed to be race-ish but I had 4 pegs on it. :roll:



    Also during that time, I had a Trek 4300 (2001 I believe). This thing survived alot of abuse and I sold it for $100 as seen in this picture:




    Then, I sold my Diamondback and got a more street oriented bmx bike, the dk cincinatti (2004) I was trying to learn to grind and bent the chainring and 1 peice cranks, but was low on money so I got some new 1 piece cranks. :roll:

    Later, I got a straight cable, new pedals, tires, grips and a gold brake lever:







    After the Trek 4300, I bought a 2004 Haro extreme x1.



    I pretty soon bent the fork, and got a new 05' Pike race and an Atomlab aircorp front wheel.



    Later on, I got some new parts including Hayes Mag brakes and other parts such and stem, bashguard, cassette, derailluer, grips and more:







    Next bike:

    I bought this bighit frame and some parts for $550! Rear wheel, seat, handlebar, xtr derailluer with shifter, 2 tires and tubes, new headset and pedals! All that for $550!



    I got it halfway built up near christmas 2005.




    Then I got it near where I wanted, except the fork.



    About a month later, I sold the Pike and got a 2005 66rc!



    Next, I got sram x.9 all around and some new tires:






    Then, I sold my Dk and got a Fit complete for $100. It is alot lighter than the dk.





    Lastly, as of two weeks ago I got a Jamis Eureka for $300. I changed a few parts such as pedals and the bashguard. Since the picture I put on new grips and an xtr derailluer.






    This is how I roll now:




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    Sweet rides man. I like your diversity.

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    lucky

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    Now you need to add ECT to your name haromtnbiker

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    im jealosu that u got a bighit, especially that big hit with the parts for 550. thats crazy. nice bikes though man
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
    Now you need to add ECT to your name haromtnbiker

    NO comprende? Ect?

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    very nice
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    ect as in ecetera, sp?, like you have more than just haro... and for that matter more than just a mtb

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    very nice...i dont have pics of all my bikes but i have had quit a few all though i have only really been riding seriously for a bit less then a year.

    my quick transition from bike to bike went like this:

    dk general lee 20''
    upgraded frame to an eastern jane and got some other new stuff

    then got a kona scrap....
    got a new fork very quick and rode it for awhile.

    then got a DH bike so i had both the HT and the fully

    then pimped the kona and got a new frame and some other stuff
    still have the DH bike, but will be replaced with a vp free soon

    all of this in around a year....

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