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    my salty

    Here's a pic of me having a little fun on the salty.
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    Nice....

    Quote Originally Posted by batrastard
    Here's a pic of me having a little fun on the salty.
    pic bro, I love the color. I am actually thinking of venturing into the single speed world with an el toro, and I'll probably get that color. Do you have any closer shots of the bike?

    Very nice!

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    that's the only one....

    sorry...that's the only one I have. A friend of mine snapped it with his digi and sent it to me. I'll have to have him get more pics next time we ride together.

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    Here are some great shots of grinch green:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=20648

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    Wow....

    Quote Originally Posted by The Squeaky Wheel
    Here are some great shots of grinch green:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=20648

    Those are some sweet pics!! I must have missed those. Thanks for the link!! I absolutey love that color! So is the color actually called "Grinch Green?" Sorry for the ignorance, I own a Turner and I haven't really done any research on Ventana's. I sure would like to have an El Toro though!

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    yup...Grinch Green.

    Until recently it was available only on the La Bruja frame unless you got a custom. Now Ventana is offering grinch green on a number of frames.

    I agree. It's cool.

    Charles Coker posted some great ginch green pix awhile back. Cross reference Hammerhead bikes & X-5 and you'll find them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Squeaky Wheel
    yup...Grinch Green.
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    Charles Coker posted some great ginch green pix awhile back. Cross reference Hammerhead bikes & X-5 and you'll find them.
    Yeah, Charles did that, and it was my bike... MY BIKE. I feel so violated. I ordered that color cause it was so out there, he even cringed and gave me the ".... uh, all right, if that's what you want...". And now all you sorry suckers can't think to du anything but follow along.

    BTW, I think Kermit Green is a better name.

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    Grinch Green is good. Kermit is also nice. But Ibis takes the cake with Gangrene. They also had a darker green called Money and lighter green named Pond Scum. Plus Lung Butter and Warm Beer. A shame that they went belly up. Fortunately we have this other quality Cali builder to fill the void... S

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