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    Evil Imperial, 2 speed.

    If it ain't Poe, I don't go.

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    Specialized Stumpjumper Team 15 yrs old, rigid ,suntour components. Still a good ride but I need to find suspencion fork 1" sterring head May not be easy!!

  3. #13
    Started as a GT Tequesta, but now the only original equipment left is the frame and the stem (flipped upside down).

    RockShox Duke Race
    XT derailleurs/shifters
    TruVativ crank
    Eggbeaters
    Avid brakes
    Rolf wheelset
    Bontrager semi-slick / WTB Velociraptor tires
    Selle Italia SLR saddle


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    skibum...how do you like those eggbeaters? Are they compatible with spd cleats? I'm seriously thinking about getting a pair of those. I was out on the trails 2 weeks ago, and my shimano pedals were getting all iced up...pain in the arse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madman
    Specialized Stumpjumper Team 15 yrs old, rigid ,suntour components. Still a good ride but I need to find suspencion fork 1" sterring head May not be easy!!
    Marzocchi still makes one, its about 300 bucks though...

    dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcski
    skibum...how do you like those eggbeaters? Are they compatible with spd cleats? I'm seriously thinking about getting a pair of those. I was out on the trails 2 weeks ago, and my shimano pedals were getting all iced up...pain in the arse.
    Marc-I'm using Time ATAC's , which are a similar design to the eggbeaters, and I love them. the work well in all conditions, i've never had any problems at all with mud, and only minor icing (kicked the pedal and it was clear). I imagine the egg beaters work very similar to that.

    dave

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    Dave: What's the difference between yours and the eggbeaters. My shimano's got so iced over the other day..never happened that bad before, even though I rode in snow. Plus, I just like the simple, less is more design.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by marcski
    skibum...how do you like those eggbeaters? Are they compatible with spd cleats? I'm seriously thinking about getting a pair of those. I was out on the trails 2 weeks ago, and my shimano pedals were getting all iced up...pain in the arse.
    I love them. They are easier to get in and out of then the SPD pedals I have used and I have never gotten them so clogged up with mud/snow/ice/whatever that they didn't function as designed. SPD cleats won't work, you'll need the eggbeater cleats that come with the pedals.

  9. #19
    DBR Racing (Diamond Back) WCF Vertex model, carbon fiber frame w/ stock Shimano Deore LX components, 24 speed, Manitou front fork. I bought this new in 1995.

    Has served me well over the years.

  10. #20
    My road bike is a Specialized SLX E5 frame build up with a C3 carbon fork and cosmos wheels, mostly ultegra with some lower end parts Its heavy but pretty bombproof.

    My MTB is a mid 90's trek Y3 with a complete mix of parts and manatour triple clamp forks. Its pretty much just a beater. It got a ton of use in High school, I dont do alot of mountain biking anymore.

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