Rad retro MTB stuff [MTB of any discipline]

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Rad retro MTB stuff [MTB of any discipline]
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Posted: Jun 24, 2022 at 18:28 Quote
Thanks, yes nice score for sure. Headset just arrived at my door thanks again eshew

Posted: Jun 25, 2022 at 7:59 Quote
Woohoo finally! That took a little longer than I expected, but glad it arrived. Now get that Breezer on the road, Smile

Posted: Jun 26, 2022 at 16:30 Quote
Still need logic canti, and levers and if anyone happens to have a Breezer filet brazed 1”
quill stem laying around I mean I know a guy that could use

Posted: Jul 2, 2022 at 11:40 Quote
Your links aren't working (for me anyway).
Not sure which photos you linked but here you go. I loved my old Zaskar, even if it did loosen every filling in my mouth.lol


Posted: Jul 3, 2022 at 2:15 Quote
commental wrote:
Your links aren't working (for me anyway).
Not sure which photos you linked but here you go. I loved my old Zaskar, even if it did loosen every filling in my mouth.lol

thankyou

Posted: Jul 7, 2022 at 14:09 Quote
dazz nize.....!!!!

Posted: Jul 8, 2022 at 8:33 Quote
River ride

First ride with all M730 XT components and the Panaracer Smoke tires. This bike rips. Cost me six stitches to reattach my eyebrow to get it this dirty. Damn unknown trail had a blind left turn that I couldn’t make. Probably a decent superman imitation though

Posted: Jul 9, 2022 at 6:07 Quote
Watchman123 wrote:

First ride with all M730 XT components and the Panaracer Smoke tires. This bike rips. Cost me six stitches to reattach my eyebrow to get it this dirty. Damn unknown trail had a blind left turn that I couldn’t make. Probably a decent superman imitation though


daaaaaaaaamn man... ! pics or it never happened Wink

It came out really nice watchman, glad you're happy with it. tup

Posted: Jul 9, 2022 at 8:37 Quote
Ahh yes. The downside of riser bars on vintage bikes. A double edged sword, comfort doubling as ankle catchers... Hopping over handlebars is a lost art.

Posted: Jul 11, 2022 at 21:44 Quote
Yoooo here's my 1992 Stumpjumper

1992 Stumpjumper

It's a 1992 Specialized Stumpjumper
Fork is a 2003 Marzocchi something
Thomson X4 stem with S-Works Carbon bars
27.0 Thomson seatpost
XTR m900 cranks with a wolftooth narrow wide
XTR m950/52 everything else, brakes/hubs/derailleur (m952 shifter on the way)
2.3 Michelin prototype tyres, now sold as pump track tyres
Wide range rear cassette
Found some cool s-works grips!

Very very fun bike; the m950 stuff rips! Rear hub is silent too, big fan Smile

1992 Stumpjumper

1992 Stumpjumper

1992 Stumpjumper

Posted: Jul 12, 2022 at 0:40 Quote
Some cool parts on this build! Nice.

Posted: Jul 12, 2022 at 1:33 Quote
p3dirtjumpernz wrote:
Yoooo here's my 1992 Stumpjumper

1992 Stumpjumper

It's a 1992 Specialized Stumpjumper
Fork is a 2003 Marzocchi something
Thomson X4 stem with S-Works Carbon bars
27.0 Thomson seatpost
XTR m900 cranks with a wolftooth narrow wide
XTR m950/52 everything else, brakes/hubs/derailleur (m952 shifter on the way)
2.3 Michelin prototype tyres, now sold as pump track tyres
Wide range rear cassette
Found some cool s-works grips!

Very very fun bike; the m950 stuff rips! Rear hub is silent too, big fan Smile

1992 Stumpjumper

1992 Stumpjumper

1992 Stumpjumper

Tyres look sick!! Grips look like they’d grate your palms to bits tho!

Posted: Jul 12, 2022 at 4:58 Quote
McArdle wrote:
p3dirtjumpernz wrote:
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Tyres look sick!! Grips look like they’d grate your palms to bits tho!

The rubber is pretty soft, and i pretty much always ride in gloves Smile
no discomfort for me


 
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