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    My new Orange P7







    Here's my new Orange P7, its made of Reynolds 631 Steel and is pure fun to ride!

    Always wanted one of these!

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    Nice!
    My buddy and i just built his orange prestige as a SS. He loves it!

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    Thanks!

    My first MTB was an Orange Clockwork DX back in '92 and I've been meaning to buy another Orange ever since...

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    Nice, really dig that color. I've been riding mine for 6 months or so now and I like it a lot, it's a great handling bike.

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    Great silver/white finish . Is the frame finishing a "raw" color?

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    Nice. Hmmm... why was I surprised to find pictures of a bike that isn't orange?

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    Very Nice!

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    Thanks guys, the colour is a custom Orange MTB colour called chrome grey, glad you like it

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    Photo of the rear dropout, please. Thanks.

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    A very subtle frame! I love it!

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    Sparty, I thought the same thing! Being a Brocos fan (I know, they are suckin this year!) I was hoping to see something bright orange!!!! Pretty bike though. 631 is nice stuff as well.

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    That's a clean looking ride. I would've called the color "anthracite", but chrome grey works, too.

    What's that thing on the fork arch?
    -- let's ride

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    Badass. Looks like it eats snowy trail for breakfast!

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    Embarrassing for the forum that I wasn't the only one hoping for an orange Orange. Swank frame. I've always wanted to try out a longer travel bike- I've always ridden 80-100mm correction or none at all. I looked at the frame before my most recent purchase, but since I didn't have a fork for it....

    Anywho, dropouts?

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    I was jonesing to get one of those on sale from unrealcycles.com as they are perfect 650b conversion candidates, but they are all out of my size in their sale frames. Damnit!

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    Awesome bike! The purple color looks pretty awesome on that site... tempting.

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