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    Exclamation WTB mountain bike

    looking at getting a mountain bike. Any one have any thing for sale? Would love full suspension but would still be interested in a good hardtail. Let me know what you got.
    -JR-

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    I've got a Trek 800 Sport with Bar ends and rapid fire shifters. No suspension, needs a rear tire and a set of pedals. $50 and you own it.

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    I have a pretty serious hardtail mountian bike its a wilier mountian bike carbon fiber rims and bars, half aluminum/carbon fiber frame, and a fox front shock. 21 speed

    I'll let it go pretty cheap don't know what kind of price range your looking for thou

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juice View Post
    I have a pretty serious hardtail mountian bike its a wilier mountian bike carbon fiber rims and bars, half aluminum/carbon fiber frame, and a fox front shock. 21 speed

    I'll let it go pretty cheap don't know what kind of price range your looking for thou

    I think JR is all set with the bikes - he had some pretty sick ones on the rack the other day

    define cheap.......cause now i want one
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    it would be a fun time to get a handful of Born members to spend a day MT. biking at MT. Snow in VT. I've been wanting to get back up their. It not only for downhill there are many miles of trails.


    Just a note you have to have a pretty decent bike to be able to handle it aka there is almost a tech inspection so no Walmart bikes.
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    Ive been down Straton(sp?) Mountain. Now thats fkin fun!

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    1997 Marin Rift Zone dual suspension. All shifting and braking components are excelent. Needs new suspension. Always mechanicly maintained. $300 I purchased tha Mount Vision Pro and this one has been sitting in the basement.


    Picture this bike in Balck and that is what I have.





    Bicycle Type Mountain bike, front & rear suspension
    Sugg Retail $1,299.00
    Weight Unspecified
    Sizes 17.5"
    Colors Black

    Frame & Fork
    Frame Construction Welded
    Frame Tubing Material 6061 T6 aluminum, double-butted
    Fork Brand & Model Answer Manitou Pro C
    Fork Material Aluminum, triple-clamp crown
    Rear Shock Marin Coil Over, 3.9" travel


    Components
    Component Group Shimano Deore LX/STX-RC
    Brakeset Avid SD-2.0 brakes, Avid SD-1.9 levers
    Rear brake booster
    Shift Levers Shimano STX-RC RapidFire SL
    Front Derailleur Shimano STX-RC top-swing, bottom-pull/clamp-on 35.0 mm
    Rear Derailleur Shimano XT
    Crankset White Industries Comp, 20/32/42 teeth
    Rock Ring
    Pedals Victor VP-103 clipless
    Bottom Bracket Shimano BB-UN72, 110 mm spindle
    BB Shell Width 68mm English
    Rear Cogs 8-speed, 11 - 28 teeth
    Chain Shimano CN-IG51, 1/2 x 3/32"
    Seatpost Marin Lite Comp, 30.0 mm diameter
    Saddle Ritchey Vector
    Handlebar Marin Lite aluminum
    Handlebar Extensions Aluminum
    Handlebar Stem Marin Lite aluminum
    Headset 1 1/8" threadless Dia-Tech



    Wheels
    Hubs Front: Shimano STX-RC suspension, Rear: Shimano STX-RC
    Rims WTB SpeedMaster, 32-hole
    Tires 26 x 2.10" Front WTB VelociRaptor kevlar Rear Other
    Spoke Brand Stainless steel, 1.8mm straight gauge
    Spoke Nipples Brass nipples
    Gino
    2012 CCS LRRS ULSB Champion
    2012 CCS LRRS P-89 Champion
    2008 CCS ULSB National Champion
    LRRS HAWK GT Racer CCS Expert #929
    ECK RACING Bridgestone Street & Competition Woodcraft MOTUL Spiegler On Track Media All Balls Racing Pine Motorparts Vanson Leathers

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    once you pick one up lemme know. been trying to get out in the woods more this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matty View Post
    once you pick one up lemme know. been trying to get out in the woods more this year

    roger that - I think my budget for a "pedal" bike is like $200-250 - assuming I actually use it for more than a pit bike at Jersey/Summit lol

    Ive got my supersweet BMX that Im going to put a new seat on - and tool around on that for a little while til Bean claims it over :wub:

    Let me know the next time you kids go out afterwork
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    Quote Originally Posted by trixiegotspd View Post
    roger that - I think my budget for a "pedal" bike is like $200-250 - assuming I actually use it for more than a pit bike at Jersey/Summit lol

    Ive got my supersweet BMX that Im going to put a new seat on - and tool around on that for a little while til Bean claims it over :wub:

    Let me know the next time you kids go out afterwork
    roger that. the rails to trails from manchester to bolton is a nice ride. It even has some single track trails off to the side that i like to crash on
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