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    Post Pictures of your Steel Bikes!

    I figured this will be OK in Passion since there is "some" love around here for steel.

    Since I got my first steel bike, I've fallen in love with these awesome bikes.

    Thanks for playing!

    *I searched, no other threads like this one that I found.
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    This thread will be moved to General. Just so ya know. Plus I wanted to be the first poster on your thread

    BTW the orange fleet is awesome!
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    Remember, you asked for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battery View Post
    This thread will be moved to General. Just so ya know. Plus I wanted to be the first poster on your thread

    BTW the orange fleet is awesome!
    LOL - Thanks!!

    And yes probably will be moved, but that's ok.

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    Remember, you asked for it!
    Bummer the pictures didn't come through. Can't wait to see them though.
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    ^^Nice!

    #2 -> jaw-drop! Sweet bike but I'm sure I said that before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    ^^Nice!

    #2 -> jaw-drop! Sweet bike but I'm sure I said that before.
    Yeah, the second to last one was going to replace it but I'm not sure I can let go of it. It's a bit small but my daughter rode it when she was home so that'll give me a reason to keep it! But I will get rid of the Trek I was holding on for her to ride; it an old steel 820 I think; more of a comfort bike.

    The last one is my son's.
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    I can see that being hard to get rid of! I remember your purchase of the 2nd to the last.

    Thanks for posting them.

    Ps. That Orange one is lovely too
    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Yeah, the second to last one was going to replace it but I'm not sure I can let go of it. It's a bit small but my daughter rode it when she was home so that'll give me a reason to keep it! But I will get rid of the Trek I was holding on for her to ride; it an old steel 820 I think; more of a comfort bike.

    The last one is my son's.
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    2018 Chumba Stella wt Reba 120 Ardents 2.4 F 2.25 R Set up singlespeed Thing rocks!
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    Only use 3 of these regularly. Raleigh SS road bike was very much an impulse buy and not what I expected. I like riding single speed (both road and mtn.) but track fork on this bike gives it a very harsh ride. I could put a carbon fork on it but think I really want a nicer quality frame so will probably sell it. The old KHS (1993) hasn't been ridden in yrs. but after at least 30,000 mi. and lots of great memories I have no desire to part with it.
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    only use 3 of these regularly. Raleigh ss road bike was very much an impulse buy and not what i expected. I like riding single speed (both road and mtn.) but track fork on this bike gives it a very harsh ride. I could put a carbon fork on it but think i really want a nicer quality frame so will probably sell it. The old khs (1993) hasn't been ridden in yrs. But after at least 30,000 mi. And lots of great memories i have no desire to part with it. Frame looks like it would handle 650b wheels and i still have the stock rigid steel fork so might make that my next project.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battery View Post
    This thread will be moved to General. Just so ya know. Plus I wanted to be the first poster on your thread !
    I can't believe steel bikes don't have their own subforum yet. Then we can add a subforum for steel rigid bikes, and another for steel rigid orange bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
    I can't believe steel bikes don't have their own subforum yet. Then we can add a subforum for steel rigid bikes, and another for steel rigid orange bikes.
    Man, someone should start a thread and suggest it...


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    Quote Originally Posted by mack_turtle View Post
    I can't believe steel bikes don't have their own subforum yet. Then we can add a subforum for steel rigid bikes, and another for steel rigid orange bikes.
    Now we are talking!
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    Man, someone should start a thread and suggest it...


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    What about this one?
    http://forums.mtbr.com/custom-builde...ve-567454.html

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    *I searched, no other threads like this one that I found.

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    Ridiculous as in every good thread is doomed to live itís remaining short life in General.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    I can see that being hard to get rid of! I remember your purchase of the 2nd to the last.

    Thanks for posting them.

    Ps. That Orange one is lovely too
    Yeah, I have too many memories invested in this bike. I was looking through some old photos for my daughter and came across these. I've traveled with that bike more than any other. Also came across pictures of three bikes from racing that I no longer own; I don't miss them (well, maybe a little).

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    2002 LeMond Poprad. Reynolds 853 OS. My favorite bike. This is a great riding bike. I've ridden only one carbon bike that rides as good. The TREK Boone.
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    i still ride my 2011 pine mountain 29'er, plan to ease my way back on the karate monkey as i continue to recover from my injury and keep the KHS in the garage as a future project.

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    My latest frankenbike. Similarly, it's not worth all that much but I suspect I'll want to hang on to this forever. I'm already dreaming of painting it some sort of citrus orange/yellow color

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildenbeast View Post
    Now that one is in the wrong forum:

    Mountain Bike Manufacturer Forums > Custom Builders & Other Manufacturers > Steel is REAL Love

    But yeah, they could be combined, that one is still an active thread. I guess my Gunnars might kind of almost qualify as "custom builders" but not my Jamises (Jami?) nor the Lemond.
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    I don't know the year Specialized Hardrock. Lots of fun to ride. it was a single speed, then I put a gears on it for my wife to ride. She got a new bike shortly after.
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    Yeah, I didn't see that! I was looking in general/passion but not where this one is.
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    Breezer Lightning 29er, still have and love the bike, but since I got the Stache it doesn't get ridden much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
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    For the Nimble 9?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Battery View Post
    Man, someone should start a thread and suggest it...


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    How dare you make a suggestion! Who do you think you are? Forums aren't supposed to evolve. They're supposed to stay in one static state until the end of time as we know it.

    Change is bad mmmk. I mean, do you realize how hard it is to scroll past a forum I have no interest in? The extra work load alone.. I'm not sure my scroll finger could handle such a task. It's horrible, very horrible I tell ya. You people and your big ideas are crazy!

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    That's a mighty fine tree thingy you found. What's that black steel thing leaning against it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Battery View Post
    That's a mighty fine tree thingy you found. What's that black steel thing leaning against it?
    I should have taken a better picture, there was a carved bench on each side of the tree. Ran across it this Sunday as my buddy and I were exploring some unseen local trails.

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    2016 Kona Explosif CrMo

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    2009 Haro Mary SS. Got it 7yrs ago for 200 bucks just for a bar bike. I love it now and ride almost as much as my FS. I have upgraded almost everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    I don't know the year Specialized Hardrock. Lots of fun to ride. it was a single speed, then I put a gears on it for my wife to ride. She got a new bike shortly after.
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    Iím glad to see you turned the stem and fork around, and added a more comfortable seat.
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    it got really weird riding it the before way. but it was a lot faster going down hill before.

    I like my rear brake hanger. I had my braising stuff out and some old tools so I thought why not?

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    My Advocate Watchman...

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    Post Pictures of your Steel Bikes!

    When I was a roadie...

    1978 Charles Roberts Super
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    Upgraded and repainted in 1987.

    Campy SuperRecord bits and a Galli crankset (Campy clone).

    Last rode in 1997, the year I switched to dirt.


    BTW, gotta love the straight block freewheel! No way I could ride that now at 56 yo.

    On my current 29r, a 30 tooth chain ring is enough. Couldnít imagine a 34 like the pros ride.

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    This is what I've got....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    For the Nimble 9?
    Uh-huh.



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    ^ nice
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    ^^great contributions guys!

    @Korn, looking good! Love the white contrast!

    @David R - Details on that beast?
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    ^ nice
    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    ^^great contributions guys!

    @Korn, looking good! Love the white contrast!

    @David R - Details on that beast?
    Thanks guys!

    And yeah, we need details David, like wth is that seatpost so damn high! lol
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    I like steel bikes.

    New to me original 1986 Trek 760. I replaced the tires and bar tape.


    1989 Trek 950 I striped and repainted pearlescent orange. Running tubeless 650b wheels.


    I bought this Yo frame new in 1996. Set up for commuting right now.


    Slim Chance road machine in aqua fade with an Ingleheart fork.


    EBay special Niner ROS just for fun.


    And finally a 1993 Bilenky 26er tandem.

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    1986-ish Benotto Modelo, parts bin build from a bike shop I volunteered at in college. Flat bars w/ thumb shifters & city levers are a recent change, not sold on them. And this pic was taken mid way through that change, so no, I don't have one shifter on the down tube.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    And yeah, we need details David, like wth is that seatpost so damn high! lol
    haha!!

    It's a L 2016 Kona Explosif. I'm 6'/183cm so that's the right height saddle for me. I'd have preferred an XL but it was the right price [used] and does the job just fine as a commuter/spare/winter bike/gravel bike. I bought it a few months back and put the wheels and dropper off my Endorphin on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David R View Post
    haha!!

    It's a L 2016 Kona Explosif. I'm 6'/183cm so that's the right height saddle for me. I'd have preferred an XL but it was the right price [used] and does the job just fine as a commuter/spare/winter bike/gravel bike. I bought it a few months back and put the wheels and dropper off my Endorphin on it.
    It's the length of the seat tube above the top tube that makes it look high. I should have known it was a Kona with that logo location, nice bike! Steel hard tails are so hot right now!
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    Yeah I'm having a blast on it, surprised at how much pace I can still carry on a lot of trails, and it does make me appreciate the FS bike a lot more too. I ride it to work a couple of days a week when I'm on day shifts, where I live I can take an easy route via the road to get to work in about 20 minutes, then come home via a road climb that takes me to the top of my local trail area (220M-ish vertical) then drop down thru the trails and pop out about a mile up the road from my house. Makes the commute a better work out and a whole lot more exciting!

    I debated the merits of one bike vs two for a long time, but I'm really glad I picked it up now I've owned it a while.

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    This thread is discriminatory against aluminum, carbon, tiatanium etc.

    Not only that but it belongs in the Passion forum.
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    Here are a couple of mine:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Here are a couple of mine:

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    I was going to ask the same^^ that looks bad ass!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    Could you please tell everything about the klunker?
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    I was going to ask the same^^ that looks bad ass!
    Aside from a recent upgrade to mid-80's Nitto mtb handlebars and Oury mtb grips, the bike is essentially like it was when my friend did a photo shoot and write up on it for his website back in 2015. He does photo shoots of local pros bikes and did mine as kind of a joke. You can read about it here and see the additonal photos:

    Your Group Ride

    I don't have any pix from the XC races I rode it in, but here are a couple of photos from some local short track races:

    Post Pictures of your Steel Bikes!-shorttrackmay3_2011d.jpg

    Post Pictures of your Steel Bikes!-shorttrackcruisermay29a.jpg

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    Sweet! That guy in the back (first pic) has the narrowest bars I've ever seen! Lol
    The Orange Fleet:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    . He does photo shoots of local pros bikes and did mine as kind of a joke.
    That bike is no joke! Pure awesomeness.

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