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Posted: Oct 20, 2018 at 7:46 Quote
Just picked up this 1989 Fisher CR-7!

Posted: Jan 17, 2019 at 17:11 Quote
My 80's Giant AT750

Posted: Feb 21, 2019 at 14:27 Quote
Those double rear shocks Eek

Posted: May 28, 2019 at 23:55 Quote
one of my GT's

still searching for shock parts and unfortunately the frame is to small for me,most of the parts will end up on a Mongoose i have.

Posted: May 29, 2019 at 12:57 Quote
The wolf pack, sadly down one member.

1988 Mountain Goat Whiskeytown Racer, Ibis Mojo Ti, Bianchi Ti Megatube, 1983 Ritchey Everest

Posted: Jun 4, 2019 at 7:18 Quote
Hi, o have an Dawes world tour and I can't find anything online about them at all..can anyone off of here help me out please

Thank you

Posted: Aug 19, 2019 at 21:25 Quote
The Ellsworth is coming along. Lefty Speed DLR with project321 adapter steer tube. Lefty wind front hub with Bontrager rim DT spokes laced and trued by me. Now I just need another stem handlebar grips and front brake. And we are good to go.
I figured that this would fit here.
Its a dream bike for me, an Ellsworth Truth from early 2000. I had to change some parts out and figured I would do so with a twist. So it has a Lefty on it, as you can see. The rest of the parts for it is on its way and it will be done soon.

Posted: Aug 20, 2019 at 13:38 Quote
Nice! Digging those cranks!

Posted: Aug 20, 2019 at 13:56 Quote
Always love seeing leftys!

Posted: Aug 20, 2019 at 20:38 Quote
eshew wrote:
Nice! Digging those cranks!

Yes, RaceFace first go at using carbonfiber in cranks. They are cool. Remember the RaceFace Northshore XS cranks? Those are the same cranks but they were left solid instead of the hollowed out section with the carbon fiber inlay.

matt-15 wrote:
Always love seeing leftys!

I always like Leftys, this is the third one I own. I think it looks great on the Ellsworth.

Posted: Aug 22, 2019 at 4:37 Quote
Twenty years ago, in 1999, my dad bought himself a brand new Marin Shoreline Trail as he was really into mountain biking at the time. This was the most he had ever spent on a bicycle and it was a really big deal (I remember his and my mum's bikes living in their bedroom for a while). Dad still maintains that this bike was the best bike he'd ever owned; the fit was perfect, spec was spot on and he'd made a couple of personal additions that made it his ideal bicycle. While on holiday in France on a caravan site near Disney someone, or someones, came onto the site and stole mum and dad's bikes, and in spite of going to the local police they were unable to get them back. Insurance paid out and the bikes were replaced, but they weren't the same. It wasn't the red Shoreline Trail with the foam grips that had been the best bike dad had ever owned. Since getting into mountain biking myself (for around the last ten years) I have been on the hunt for a red Shoreline Trail, keeping a saved search on ebay, checking gumtree, pinkbike, forums and all sorts. About four years ago (ish) I found a frameset, bought it and was ready to get it built up as a present for dad, but that too got stolen! Since then I've been checking online on a daily basis, just trying to find what I was looking for. About three months ago one popped up on ebay; a 1999 Shoreline Trail frameset in red, even with the correct forks, original shock and period correct stem. I had to have it! I've spent the last month or so getting this bike built up; sourcing an awkward sized seat post, setting up front gears (what are front gears?!) and making sure it's spot on. Today is my dad's birthday and this is going to be hands down the best present I've ever given him; a 1999 Marin Shoreline Trail, identical to "the best bike I've ever owned".

Posted: Aug 25, 2019 at 4:57 Quote
This is so cool! Stopping with those brakes must be fun Razz

pepperoni wrote:
Those double rear shocks Eek

Posted: Nov 5, 2019 at 14:38 Quote
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Posted: Nov 6, 2019 at 3:34 Quote
Zonenschein Factory Downhill Prototype

And a 1998 17,7Kg Summit DDH

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