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    Listen! Team Geronimo's 2010 Banshee Legend MkII Race Bikes (pics inside)

    Team Geronimo is pleased to present our complete 2010 DH race bikes.

    Major thanks to all of our sponsors - especially Jay and Keith at Banshee Bikes for helping make this possible! For more about Team Geronimo, visit GeronimoRacing.com


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    Perfection. Such a beautiful frame from both a design and aesthetics standpoint.

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    Thanks all. Needless to say, we're pretty excited about the new setups.

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    I guess if you like shiny bikes it ok... j/k!

    Sick ride Brandon! You gonna have a full-suspension slopestyle bike this season?

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    Nice ride. Wow, how wide are those bars? 32+ inches?

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    banshee makes good ****. i miss my scirocco hardtail
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    Red, the color of passion! Nice ride son!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rep_1969
    Nice ride. Wow, how wide are those bars? 32+ inches?
    31.5", or 800mm

    Quote Originally Posted by joelalamo45
    Sick ride Brandon! You gonna have a full-suspension slopestyle bike this season?
    Thanks! I'll have a Rampant in the stable
    Last edited by bikinbeast; 02-26-2010 at 07:41 AM.

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    I love this frame - nice job!

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    Looks really nice. I've heard some very mixed things about the Dorado's though. Well, actually a few people who rode them told me they really didn't like them. One of which stated that you couldn't pay him to ride one. I've never ridden one though, how do you like it? Or, have you gotten any ride time in on it yet?

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    Looking great. Hope banshee brings out a nice subdued powdercoat color option to the metallic black and red team colors schemes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWfreeride
    Looking great. Hope banshee brings out a nice subdued powdercoat color option to the metallic black and red team colors schemes.





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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan_daugherty
    Yes... I'll have that. Now if we could just do something about the absolute lack of elevation out here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWfreeride
    Yes... I'll have that. Now if we could just do something about the absolute lack of elevation out here...
    Yup - sounds like its time to move back to the NW.

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    Move to beautiful British Columbia, Canada!! haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by slothoncanvas
    Looks really nice. I've heard some very mixed things about the Dorado's though. Well, actually a few people who rode them told me they really didn't like them. One of which stated that you couldn't pay him to ride one. I've never ridden one though, how do you like it? Or, have you gotten any ride time in on it yet?
    Almost everyone's opinion is based on the circa 2004(?) Dorado. Very few riders actually have time on the new Dorados, and the fork has been improved in countless ways. If you're interested in learning more, I'll let a few recent reviews by third-parties do the talking:

    http://www.sicklines.com/issue1/ (page 54)
    http://www.whistlermountainbike.com/...manitou-dorado
    http://www.pinkbike.com/news/Manitou...view-2009.html

    It truly is a remarkable fork, and it's priced within a few hundred of the comparable products by their top competitors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikinbeast
    Almost everyone's opinion is based on the circa 2004(?) Dorado. Very few riders actually have time on the new Dorados, and the fork has been improved in countless ways. If you're interested in learning more, I'll let a few recent reviews by third-parties do the talking:

    http://www.sicklines.com/issue1/ (page 54)
    http://www.whistlermountainbike.com/...manitou-dorado
    http://www.pinkbike.com/news/Manitou...view-2009.html

    It truly is a remarkable fork, and it's priced within a few hundred of the comparable products by their top competitors.

    Actually I was talking about the new Dorado's. The people I've talked to/heard from had tried the new ones and really were not very impressed with it.

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    dear god man, this is a public forum browsed by children, why are you posting such intimate pornography? you're corrupting the minds of the youth of the world!
    and you know what? I like this kind of corruption. I'm a Sram man myself, and I wouldn't run any crank other than Middleburn RS7s (ok I MIGHT give a set of Deities or Profile's a spin if Middleburns wouldn't work that well) for a 1x9 setup, but that is still an absolutely gorgeous setup

    and that matte black/green frame? that's easily one of the hottest bikes I've seen
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