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Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by bikefreak101, Nov 11, 2003.
I have a hunch that TREK will win this poll
I have a 2001 MARIN Bear Valley
None of the above...
Intense, 2 of them.
I have 2, one is a 2004 Trek Navigator 100 and the other is a 96 GT Outpost.
Trek 4300 just for training. I do mostly road cycling wit a Look
I'd say it will end up with Giant on top
They are the biggest bike manufacturer in the world and offer good value for money, i don't know about other countries but trek and cannondale are a bit expensive out here in Aus
For the record I have 5 Giant bikes in my living room right now!
Giant xtc hardtail
I've got an old ass Norco Java. Tough as nails.
An old steel Bridgestone
Speaking of Giant, a lot of the "other" brands you see listed, with the exception of Cannondale and Litespeed are probably made in their factories.
I've got one bike I bought new and have been changing parts on since, a 02' Schwinn Mesa DSX. I've also got a few older bikes: most of em are being restored or rebuilt -- 90-somethin' GT All-terra, a 80-somethin' Centruion road bike, a couple Western Auto hybrid cruisers, a fairly new Huffy I got for $10...
Giant OCR1 2004 ed.
Kona Hoss. Had it about 3 weeks and - as a big rider - it's been just what I was looking for! Thanks Kona for building a bike us larger folks can ride the hell out of...
5 year old Specialized Hardrock with Fox Vanilla 125 RLC. The fox is a sweet all around fork. Looking to buy a Specialized Hardrock Pro with the black and gray flame paint job then I'll put my Fox on that.
I have a KHS Team , and a Breezer Jet Stream for MTB's.
same.. mine is a santacruz bullit.. not in the poll either
I have a yellow schwinn homegrown comp. with a mars elite fork and a carbon flat bar.
Gary Fisher Hardtail
Gary Fisher FS
Santa Cruz FS
Nothin more to say...
Vector Haro hardtail. I beat the crap out this bike and it held. I'm not a small guy (220lb.) looking to move into a X1 waiting for the 2003's to go on sale