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    Name the bikes in M Gatto’s music video

    Was watching this video with my two boys for the hundredth something time and was trying to identify the vintage bikes shown in the collection in the man cave.

    Below is a screen shot showing most bikes.

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    I’ll call out 2 from the man cave to get us started, an easy one and a hard one:

    -Manitou FS (with spinergy wheels?) on the wall to the right behind Micayla

    -K2/Proflex (probably carbon frame and fork) in the far right corner with the classic yellow spring on the the top of the grivin linkage fork. (Hard to see in this pic, but visible in the video if you look closely).

    -There is also a nice Kona with pompoms on the bars at the end of the video shown in the middle of playground shot.




    Here is the video where you can get a better look. And if you haven’t seen it, then “sit down bro” and enjoy... and be humble

    Get out of the gutter and onto the mountain top.
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    Looks like a few Rocky Mountains (blue one - Vertex TO? - and a white Blizzard in the back) on the left and - this is a Vancouver basement, I'm guessing - it looks like a neon Green Off Road Toad with a Bontrager fork.

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    I’ll play!
    GT RTS at 1:38 behind the camera man
    Mountain Cycle San Andreas with red suspenders fork @ 1:41 and you see a blue Klein Mantra in on the rafters and what looks like maybe a Trek 9500

    There is a Kestrel Rubicon @ 3:54!
    And a Gary Fisher RS1 frame above her shoulder @3:55

    Some of these you only see when the flash goes off and you hit pause.
    Last edited by MTB Pharm; 04-04-2018 at 08:21 PM. Reason: More bikes

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    Buddy of mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RFAK View Post
    Buddy of mine.
    Thanks for sharing! Guess that kills the game, but way cool to see all those bikes in good light. Makes me wish I had a place to properly show the few vintage bikes I have.
    Get out of the gutter and onto the mountain top.
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    Great videos! Lots of fun.
    I dig steel-framed bikes of all shapes and sizes.

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