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    Hi Riders,
    I'm new here, just bought a 2000 Iron Horse G-Out, black and red. I'm looking forward to chatting with anyone who owns one or knows someone who owns one. I am keen to find some archival photos of a 2000 G-Out in competition or just in use as a suburban commuter. I love the bike. It's tough as nails and looks pretty cool, in my opinion. The frame style seems to reflect other brands from that era judging from the photos I have been able to find on the net. My bike has a couple of stone chips on the tip of the swing arm resulting from the previous owner's downhill crash. Apart from that it's almost unmarked. Not bad for a twenty year old bike. Looking forward to chatting with you.

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    Hey there, sounds like you found a fun bike!

    So, this forum really focuses on older stuff, 2000 is still a bit young, except in certain small builder situations....

    Not saying run away, just don't expect a whole lot of traction in your discussion.

    Sadly, no sub forum for Iron Horse, or I'd say head over there.

    Enjoy though!
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

    - FrostyStruthers



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