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    Any late model DHR's to see out there?

    Just wondering. It would be cool to see what they look like.
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    Yeah. That is what I mean. I keep checking this forum for some, and figured I'd ask. I have one on the way, and building it up this spring. Might look a lot like that one actually. Super stoked. Thanks. Looks sick.
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    Not the best picture, but this is the current setup of mine.

    Any late model DHR's to see out there?-2014-04-03-00.05.59.jpg

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    You mean like this:

    Rolling on 29", 650b, 8.3" and 23mm

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    Any late model DHR's to see out there?-image.jpg. I'm still rocking a 2005.

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    wow those are sexy bikes; I want one just to look at it. I think folks in Houston would laugh at me though if I rode it around outside (way too flat here)...

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    Yeah. I can't wait until mine gets here. I was thinking of having it painted, but those look pretty rad the way they are. Plus, paint just gets scratched. I'll throw a pic up once the thing is built. We have thousands upon thousands of mountains in AK, and 1 chairlift assist downhill park still in its infancy. It's getting better each year. Hoping to a best year yet upcoming. Will be a lot nicer on a dh proper bike than my trail bike.
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    Here is mine, almost ready for the riding season. Mine's singlespeed.


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    Any late model DHR's to see out there?-img_20140327_085926097_hdr.jpg

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    Chillin':

    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/oinkideas/9907458226" title="Timberline Bike Park by Jarrod Hamm, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7348/9907458226_06938e76fc.jpg" width="500" height="331" alt="Timberline Bike Park"></a>

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Here is mine, almost ready for the riding season. Mine's singlespeed.

    Were you at Highland this weekend? I think you were on the lift with my friend who has a Bottlerocket, he commented on your SS'd ride at the top of the mountain.
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    Davis, WV

    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/oinkideas/14092385667" title="DHR Elakala Falls by Jarrod Hamm, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5576/14092385667_8e09b853ac_z.jpg" width="640" height="428" alt="DHR Elakala Falls"></a>


    Snowshoe, WV

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6thElement View Post
    Were you at Highland this weekend? I think you were on the lift with my friend who has a Bottlerocket, he commented on your SS'd ride at the top of the mountain.
    Sorry I missed your post, yes I was there. I think I remember your friend and you, you ride a raw DHR with clear plastic mudguards, right?

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    I rode my DHR for the first time today. It is a very fun bike, everything that Dave T says in the Youtube videos about this bike is true.

    It carves corners and builds speed with ridiculous ease.

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    6 years separating the avatar and this one from today, both in the same spot
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    Freight Train!!! yeee Haw! Rip that!
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    2014 DHR, Steezy Green:

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    had my brothers bike out for a few fabulous trips down the local hill Ulriken here in Bergen, Norway - and my oh my - gave him my rare and a new crank, and a great bike is just plain fantastic now.

    Tomorrow i'll take my own bike out for a spin down the hill - since it will by then have a chain... - and it will be fun to compare the wilson with the DHR.



    wrong fork, that is my current rare, and a 30mm stem i tried on the bike. It now has a 55mm stem on it - a trusted old E13 Ali stem I think i will try to lower the crown a bit to stretch the cockpit a bit more while still keeping the front high.

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    Rode my DHR the last two weekends at Alyeska bike park in Alaska. Park is still evolving, and is in the best shape it has been in. Bike is rad fun. I'll be paying it off for a while, but it is worth every penny. Off to Whistler next week. Will post up some radness when I get back. Can't wait.
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    Alaska DH

    Any late model DHR's to see out there?-dhr-alyeska.jpg

    After seeing pictures of your DHR's in warm looking places, I thought I'd put mine in where it will be riding mostly. Our park is evolving, but something that won't change much is the fact that it gets a lot of precip there. Glacier remains on the upper bowl. I heard there might be a race starting above it before the season wraps up.
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