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    Pro-Flex Dealer?

    Does anybody remember which shops sold Pro-flex back in the 1990s?
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    Pleasant Grove shop did. I bought my 98 Proflex/K2 from them. I think they were Timp Cycles and had not split with Aardvark.

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    I would give anything for 20 seconds alone with a K2 'Animal' and a gently used pair of Onza bar ends.



    'Hey, grab that 9V Duracell out of my alarm clock. I'm taking the Animal out! No, no, the shock's battery is dead. No, the Animal, not the Specialized Brain Shock you idiot!!!."

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    Perhaps Adventure Sports up in Logan? I think they're gone now.

    Here is an archival daguerreotype of me "grabbing some air" on a Proflex ca. 1994. No, you can't borrow my lycra knickers, they rotted away over a decade ago.
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    Pretty sure White Pine Touring did. Dare I ask why you're inquiring?
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    There was a time when I would have killed for a Proflex, K2 Animal and (embarrased) a purple Trek Y-Bike. The old Guthries that used to be up above the Pie Pizzeria by the University had one in their window all summer long but my broke student ass could only afford an aluminum (non-Yeti Homegrown US made) Schwinn hardtail with a Judy XC.

    Oh well. Probably why I still suck to this day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebrahum
    Dare I ask why you're inquiring?
    I have a 856 that I'm looking for a bushing kit for, hoping that someone has something lying around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjustin007
    I have a 856 that I'm looking for a bushing kit for, hoping that someone has something lying around.
    Well I wish you godspeed, that's going to be a tough one. They're bushings not bearings right? You might be better off trolling the interwebz for such things.
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    Wild Rose in the avenues sold them I believe.

    My buddy bought a proflex at a garage sale last summer just for a neighborhood cruiser. It brought back memories of wanting one... never had one.

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    I think that it is so stellar that you are actually looking for parts for one.
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    I still see at least one person riding a Proflex around every year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slcrockymountainrider
    I still see at least one person riding a Proflex around every year.
    Are you following me around again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooddude
    Are you following me around again?
    Yeah. Found some sweet helmet/dong cam footage of it from last year. I cherish these moments we have together.


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    I still have my Pro-Flex Animal

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    I took the road less traveled by and
    It has made all the difference. R Frost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mai
    I still have my Pro-Flex Animal
    You need to go back and watch Kranked 2 then.

    I'm assuming that by posting this info up you're going to enter the Humdinger on it?????

    All you'll need to do to gain entry is post up a legit photo of that bike in that Thread and you're in.

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    If its an 856 with a psylo in corner canyon, then it was probally me.
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    Check out
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    I actually found a kit on the bay
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