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mecabeat rasoulution's article
Apr 17, 2014 at 8:38
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Red Bull Wide Open Preview
Ha ha! Your ignorance of history is not your fault, kiddies. It's not really taught on sites like this. Don't take my word for it, ask Mick Hannah, Fabien Cousine, Mark Weir, Joe Lawwill, or Miles Rockwell. They have all ridden my trail, and will agree with me. http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/10839280/
mecabeat rasoulution's article
Apr 17, 2014 at 7:54
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Red Bull Wide Open Preview
Neg prop the facts? What is this, Fox news? Tinker Juarez on the full suspension. 1978 http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/10839279/
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mecabeat rasoulution's article
Apr 16, 2014 at 22:41
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Red Bull Wide Open Preview
Brilliant? Maybe. Definitely cool, but by no means original. This is Bicycle Motocross. More like the way it was in the 70's, but scaled up. There used to be downhill, high speed, loose tracks with long jumps in early BMX. This is where all styles of mountain biking that involve jumps and berms come from, not Klunking. Know your roots, Bicycle Motocross isn't a type of bike, it's a style of riding.
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I thought goin' at first, but it looks like the dust is in the background relative to the rider, so I say comin'.

mecabeat brule's article
Mar 28, 2014 at 23:04
Mar 28, 2014
Video: Mountain Bikes And Jeeps
Jeep commercial stops at 1:47 Riding starts at 1:50
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Selling
Mar 25, 2014 at 20:12
Mar 25, 2014

Formula Nucleus Pro Plus Cruiser Race Frame 21"tt - King HS

$175 USD
Super light race frame. I don't have a scale, but my guess is around 3.5lbs. These frames are special because you can run the rear wheel in as short as 14.75" to make it better for jumping, rhythm, and manualing, or as long as 15.75 for a more standard race setup. I tried to get fancy with a half link and bottom out the wheel in the drops to get to 14.5, but I got tire rub due to the clearance dimples being slightly askew. The frame is dead straight, just one of the dimples was pressed in a little bit off at the factory. There's no need to go any shorter on a race cruiser anyway. Other than tire rub marks, there are only a few very tiny, shallow nicks in the paint, marks from rear wheel installation, and some rub marks under the top tube from a cable lock that I couldn't get off, but you may be able to scrape them off with a credit card or something. You can't see them when the bike is upright. I've taken it to the track only six times since I bought it, and I pretty much only rolled on it. The only time I got it in the air was on the little tabletop at the end of the track, so it has been treated lightly, and should have plenty of life left. Included with frame: Chris King headset retails for $145.00 Thomson Elite seatpost goes for around $100.00 Salsa QR seatpost clamp retail $35.00

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