What type of bike do you have

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by bikefreak101, Nov 11, 2003.

  1. xeylonfm

    xeylonfm New Member

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    hey there Cuberacer, your bike looks pretty tough and suitable for rough and rocky terrain. Can the shocks sustain high jumps?
     


  2. jaredstephens6

    jaredstephens6 New Member

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    Cannondale, but considering a trek.
     
  3. delmars

    delmars New Member

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    I have a very old Specialized Stumpjumper. I've had it since about 96 and it was at least a year, maybe two, old when I bought it. I've thought over and over again about replacing it but every time I go shopping I just get overwhelmed and give up.
     
  4. Richard Franklin

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    I have a Trek 8500

    Diamondback XR4

    Giant 2003 NRS1

    Yeti 575
     
  5. Djordje87

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    It is an old mountain bike. When I say old I mean 26 years old. 18 speed, Shimano gear and made for EU. It has a Metta sign but I have no idea what brand is that. It has been stolen recently but I found it. I really like this bike and it runs very well.
     
  6. Okaviator

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    I have a new Giant bike, just picked it up today. I'm still so excited that I can't even remember the model name.
     
  7. FenWoFon

    FenWoFon Member

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    I have a mountain TREK Z and a casual bike that has no brand I use them both for different events etc.
     
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    Specialized Epic MTB for racing. Super fun bike...but I miss having a trail bike that is more of an all-arounder. My previous bike was a Santa Cruz Tall boy. You could do a bit of everything on that bike. Might have to go back.
     
  9. eduguy

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    I have multiple kids bikes that I used to ride a few years ago. There's a Norco, Trek, and a CCM in my shed right now that are mine, but I'm not sure if I can even ride them anymore because I've grown. I had another CCM, but it was stolen even though it was pretty much worthless.
     
  10. Kakashi

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    A locally assembled GTS and a GT Avalanche 3.0 just bought it this year an upgrade from my GT Avalanche 2.0. IMG_20180411_172031.jpg
     
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