Are those pics from seven springs?
- specialized mobius riser/headset
-sun rims double track in the back
-alexrim in the front
-single speed front
-forget the name of the seat, but its from a bmx
-6 inch rear rotor and 8 inch wave front
-odyssey goldfinger front break lever
- Marzocchi Bomber Z1 Freeride (150mm) fully adjustable
Want to buy
-new hubs (front one is KOed)
| Scraped Crusaders | '04 Jetta | Raceland Coilovers | A Motor | Some Airfresheners | Windows | Seats |
2005 Iron Horse 7point (recently sold):
Still riding this thing around. 2006 Iron Horse MkIII. Swapped to an 11-32 cassette, and sold the crappy Hayes Strokers for some Juicy 7's.
Custom Planet X dirt jumper:
And I sold my road bike (2008 Fuji Roubaix LTD. Toyota United Edition).
Sold my BMX Bike (Specialized Fuse).
Sold the 7point frame and traded the Totem for a Boxxer Team to get this... She should be here in a few weeks, comin' straight from Poland. In matte black, of course.
Quote, originally posted by twistedlizard720 » My 2006 Trek Fuel EX7.
Get the new Fuel!! The ABP is calling you.
Modified by twistedlizard720 at 11:13 AM 12-2-2008
do I know you?
this pic is from the day I brought it home.
Quote, originally posted by VRsexxy » It used to be a 21lb XC race machine with full XTR and a SID SL and original CrossMax wheels.
Here's mine as of a couple of weeks ago. Waterford lugged 853, Fox FloatRLC, and singlespeed.
sweet ride! I know a guy that used to work for waterford. he has several classics hanging up in his shop. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
Nice bikes! That Trek steel frame will live forever. Friendly advice: remove reflectors, bottle cage, and saddle sack, take the pump off the frame, and put it all in a camelbak or other hydropack. Reflectors are completely useless both on and definitely off road, and the rest of the stuff acts like unsprung weight on the bike frame. Suspend that weight with your legs. Put it (and water) on your back and improve the bike's handling. Furthermore, as I've discovered on numerous occasions, hydropacks protect your back when you go over the bars.
Or, if you're vain, that stuff makes one look like a total noob.
Quote, originally posted by lazzyone »
Ryder Hesjedal: "If you draw your sword and then drop it, you die."
Quote, originally posted by SalukiDub » My 1997 Cannondale Super V 500. It's old but it still gets out 3 or 4 times a week. If anyone would happen to have like an '03 Cannondale jekyll swingarm, let me know cause i want to make it an Uber V.
OH MY GOD. you have the manitou "palmer" fork as well... i had one on my diamondback v-link until i snapped the frame, then put it on my azonic hardtail. the fork is 12 years old now, and pretty much bulletproof. i thought i was the only one left on the planet who had one of these.
Quote, originally posted by ze gti » OH MY GOD. you have the manitou "palmer" fork as well... i had one on my diamondback v-link until i snapped the frame, then put it on my azonic hardtail. the fork is 12 years old now, and pretty much bulletproof. i thought i was the only one left on the planet who had one of these.
yeah it's pretty old as well. doesnt have a whole lot of travel, but it's fine for now.