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    Vintage Ross Mountain Bikes X 3

    Pretty Rare to have one in NOS condition ??

    What ? I have triplets LOL....

    Very slight differences with the frames, only one we can find is the knocked out ROSS Lettering in the down tube graphic - vs- filled ROSS lettering.

    PLEASE DO NOT PM AND ASK IF THEY ARE FOR SALE...NFS


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    You selling?
    Too many bikes, and just enough time to ride them.

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    No No No
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    Where do you keep your time machine when you are not using it?


    What are the tires on the middle Ross? They look kind of familiar




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    Tires::: Ross Bicycles
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    Gotta ask. Nice triplets you have.
    Too many bikes, and just enough time to ride them.

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    The heck with the frames, I want the wheels.....
    Seek: Koski Trailmaster. Breezer Series 2 or 3. Cunningham Racer.

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    Dang, I just missed one exactly like that for $40 on CL last year...because I was being polite and chose not to call the seller after 10pm the night I saw the ad, and not before 8am the morning after. By 8:30am someone already had dibs on it. Oh well, my Mt St Helens makes a great city bike except for the awful side-pull brakes. The cantis would have been very welcomed!
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    I bought two of those with unemployment checks 27 years ago. One for me and then one for the wife. Not a great amount of vintage love on here perhaps but thanks for the memories. The DB's down the line look pretty clean also.
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    Thx,,,,,I have a bunch of the DB bikes, same era
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    those are Rollercams...
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    Nice bikes, crappy pic.

    Truly a wealth of useless information.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WTB-rider
    Nice bikes, crappy pic.
    I agree. There was a nice chrome Ross with rollercams for sale here locally. Totally cherry with original tires but I missed it.

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    Thanks for posting. I had one just like that, but not in that condition. Bought it right 22 years ago, flipped it in a couple of months, and tripled my $. Nice to these again.

    Was this the Mt. St. Helens model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandmangts

    Bikes are like women, they just want to be ridden.
    In that case that is why men like bikes I guess because they like to ride
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