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    06' Trek Madone 5.2 triple crank
    see http://forums.alpinezone.com/17137-c...sion-long.html


  2. #72
    Less than 100 miles on new tricked 5.9 Pilot. Double. Lovin' it!

    (see my Klein Reve 4 sale - mucho bike for the buck!)

  3. #73
    '07 Marin Bear Valley- HT and super pink.
    If you're a fan of the Manchester United Football Team, sing the Manchester United song-!

  4. #74
    Great story mlctvt. Especially if you are not normally an impulse shopper!

  5. #75
    1989(ish) Trek 970, I love this tank.
    Picked up an 03 Spec Enduro this fall. First full squish, and loving it.
    Last edited by Sheik Yerbouti; Jan 3, 2008 at 1:38 PM.
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    - Mark Twain 1906

  6. #76

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    My new joy.
    '06 Cannondale Prophet 600
    http://www.cannondale.com/bikes/06/cusa/model-6VE6.html


    (also a 1992 C'dale M500, and some model or another of a bridgestone steel hardtail)

  7. #77
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    Quote Originally Posted by molecan View Post
    My new joy.
    '06 Cannondale Prophet 600
    http://www.cannondale.com/bikes/06/cusa/model-6VE6.html


    (also a 1992 C'dale M500, and some model or another of a bridgestone steel hardtail)
    Nice looking bike. Those lefty's still freak me out though.
    Brian

  8. #78

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    Nice looking bike. Those lefty's still freak me out though.
    Yeah, it gets a lot of odd looks and silly comments.
    "Your fork is broken, where's the rest of your fork, why the hell did they make it like that, etc"

    Its actually a great shock/steering setup in my opinion, especially for heavy riders. Its got good travel, and is stiff. I am honestly a little worried about serious DH abuse long term, but I've had no problems w/it so far.

    Best of all, you don't need to take the wheel off to change a tube/tire!

  9. #79

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    Paxton Rides...

    Mountain Bike...GT CRO MO Karakoram 1996

    New Hybrid Trek 7500

    Old 12 speed panasonic race bike still sweet heck of a tough climbing gear though.
    There is no truth only coercion.

  10. #80
    '98 GT Aggressor w/ Marz MX Comp/Panaracer FireXC pro's for noodling around with the kids, canal path, beach etc. This bikes been soooo good to me and was a father's day present so it'll be around a long time...was going to swap it for a SC cameleon awhile back but after demo'ing it just couldn't justify

    '07 Jamis XAM1.0 for the rest of my ridin'
    "that feeling: hovering in a weightless space with honey on the tip of your tongue and pure red blood gorging your heart, soaring on a current of angelic music cutting clear mountain air." -norman ollestad, crazy for the storm

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