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Posted: Oct 25, 2011 at 9:58 Quote
Univega RAM 9DH 17" aluminium downhill frame.
RST High 5 triple clamp front suspension forks (can't remember travel but compliments the frame well).
Marzocchi the boss rear coil suspension unit with an eye to eye of 190mm. AND WITH A NEW REAR SHOCKSAIR (ROCK SHOX)
BRAND NEW AVID hydraulic disc brakes (calliper no.3) with braided hoses.
It comes with 180mm front rotor and a 160mm rear.
Maxxis 2.35 tyres on Mavie D521 (front) and Mavic D321 (rear) laced with DB spokes to Novatech 6 bolt disc hubs. Tyres in good condition.
There is a set of Maxima Tracer cranks which are amazingly stiff and strong. On the cranks is a set of VP black alloy pedals which are pretty grippy.
There is a chain guide which has rollers at the top and bottom to ensure that the chain doesn't come off.
There is a retro XT rear mech and a 7 speed cassette( I would say looks like a deore or LX spec one). This is controlled by and STX-RC 7 speed rear shifter which is in full working order.
There is a set of Ameba downhill bars up front these are ultra stiff and strong and have quite a thick wall thickness.
Unbranded short stem with quite a rise on it.
Diatech headset and unbranded silver seat clamp.
New rear rotor disc.
New saddle
for photo https://www.pinkbike.com/photo/7237101/

Posted: Oct 25, 2011 at 10:39 Quote
diogo3g wrote:
Univega RAM 9DH 17" aluminium downhill frame.
RST High 5 triple clamp front suspension forks (can't remember travel but compliments the frame well).
Marzocchi the boss rear coil suspension unit with an eye to eye of 190mm. AND WITH A NEW REAR SHOCKSAIR (ROCK SHOX)
BRAND NEW AVID hydraulic disc brakes (calliper no.3) with braided hoses.
It comes with 180mm front rotor and a 160mm rear.
Maxxis 2.35 tyres on Mavie D521 (front) and Mavic D321 (rear) laced with DB spokes to Novatech 6 bolt disc hubs. Tyres in good condition.
There is a set of Maxima Tracer cranks which are amazingly stiff and strong. On the cranks is a set of VP black alloy pedals which are pretty grippy.
There is a chain guide which has rollers at the top and bottom to ensure that the chain doesn't come off.
There is a retro XT rear mech and a 7 speed cassette( I would say looks like a deore or LX spec one). This is controlled by and STX-RC 7 speed rear shifter which is in full working order.
There is a set of Ameba downhill bars up front these are ultra stiff and strong and have quite a thick wall thickness.
Unbranded short stem with quite a rise on it.
Diatech headset and unbranded silver seat clamp.
New rear rotor disc.
New saddle
for photo https://www.pinkbike.com/photo/7237101/
no comment

Posted: Oct 25, 2011 at 11:46 Quote
diogo3g wrote:
Univega RAM 9DH 17" aluminium downhill frame.
RST High 5 triple clamp front suspension forks (can't remember travel but compliments the frame well).
Marzocchi the boss rear coil suspension unit with an eye to eye of 190mm. AND WITH A NEW REAR SHOCKSAIR (ROCK SHOX)
BRAND NEW AVID hydraulic disc brakes (calliper no.3) with braided hoses.
It comes with 180mm front rotor and a 160mm rear.
Maxxis 2.35 tyres on Mavie D521 (front) and Mavic D321 (rear) laced with DB spokes to Novatech 6 bolt disc hubs. Tyres in good condition.
There is a set of Maxima Tracer cranks which are amazingly stiff and strong. On the cranks is a set of VP black alloy pedals which are pretty grippy.
There is a chain guide which has rollers at the top and bottom to ensure that the chain doesn't come off.
There is a retro XT rear mech and a 7 speed cassette( I would say looks like a deore or LX spec one). This is controlled by and STX-RC 7 speed rear shifter which is in full working order.
There is a set of Ameba downhill bars up front these are ultra stiff and strong and have quite a thick wall thickness.
Unbranded short stem with quite a rise on it.
Diatech headset and unbranded silver seat clamp.
New rear rotor disc.
New saddle
for photo https://www.pinkbike.com/photo/7237101/

Univega were not an unknown bike company,they were as big as marin they just died out.

Posted: Oct 25, 2011 at 16:28 Quote
diogo3g wrote:
Univega RAM 9DH 17" aluminium downhill frame.
RST High 5 triple clamp front suspension forks (can't remember travel but compliments the frame well).
Marzocchi the boss rear coil suspension unit with an eye to eye of 190mm. AND WITH A NEW REAR SHOCKSAIR (ROCK SHOX)
BRAND NEW AVID hydraulic disc brakes (calliper no.3) with braided hoses.
It comes with 180mm front rotor and a 160mm rear.
Maxxis 2.35 tyres on Mavie D521 (front) and Mavic D321 (rear) laced with DB spokes to Novatech 6 bolt disc hubs. Tyres in good condition.
There is a set of Maxima Tracer cranks which are amazingly stiff and strong. On the cranks is a set of VP black alloy pedals which are pretty grippy.
There is a chain guide which has rollers at the top and bottom to ensure that the chain doesn't come off.
There is a retro XT rear mech and a 7 speed cassette( I would say looks like a deore or LX spec one). This is controlled by and STX-RC 7 speed rear shifter which is in full working order.
There is a set of Ameba downhill bars up front these are ultra stiff and strong and have quite a thick wall thickness.
Unbranded short stem with quite a rise on it.
Diatech headset and unbranded silver seat clamp.
New rear rotor disc.
New saddle
for photo https://www.pinkbike.com/photo/7237101/

Posted: Nov 12, 2011 at 23:22 Quote
jcc1015 wrote:
2500474

2500474

Mac Mahone, as previously listed.
mummy i want one lol

Posted: Nov 12, 2011 at 23:30 Quote
jcc1015 wrote:
2500474

2500474

Mac Mahone, as previously listed.


Its hard to beleive they could so massively over complicate this design:
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Posted: Nov 13, 2011 at 0:33 Quote
ninjatarian wrote:
jcc1015 wrote:
2500474

2500474

Mac Mahone, as previously listed.


Its hard to beleive they could so massively over complicate this design:
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It's the same logic that applies to shitty punk bands: if you can't go for quality, go for volume. (Or in this case, pivot points)

Posted: Jan 22, 2012 at 21:46 Quote
http://www.astroeng.com.tw/products.asp
http://www.mkbicycle.com.tw/
http://www.alumate.com.tw/en/AA26160A.html
http://www.kenstone.com.tw/product_contentx.php?cid=261&pid=414
http://www.hodaka.com.tw/fr.html
http://www.whistle.it
http://www.alted.co.nz
http://www.axman.com.tw/class_show.php?class_id=38
https://www.qbikes.com
http://www.rockmachine.us/de/home/ are back
http://thoemus.ch/bernair-team-red/
http://www.votec.com/
www.ytindustries.com
http://www.ctm.sk/model/full/
http://www.fingercolt.de/
http://www.zonenschein.de/downhill-bikes.html
http://www.armybikeco.com/frames_wehrmacht.htm
http://bikedaten.de/bikes/devil/2001/frog_dh_180/rahmen/
http://www.wildsau.com/

just updating it a touch...will add more later..moro, poison, kraftstolf,lee cougan etc all the catalogue ones..

Posted: Jan 22, 2012 at 21:58 Quote
Wow so many that I havn't ever head of...

Posted: Jan 23, 2012 at 4:52 Quote
still plenty more out there, they come and going weekly...

www.ballistic.biz
http://www.ballistic.biz/products_detail.php?M=3&uID=4&cID=36&Key=78 frame
http://www.ballistic.biz/products_detail.php?M=4&uID=5&cID=50&Key=105 fork
http://www.german-a.de/en/ suspension
http://www.apro-tek.com/index2.html
http://www.caribou-bike.com/index.php?option=com_zoo&view=category&Itemid=239 used to make the wilson..
http://www.astrixsports.com/havoc.html
www.sunrise.org.tw used to make quiet a few famous bikes
http://www.hibike.com.tw/ da bombs parent
http://www.haibike.de/ not to be confused for the above
many know www.canyon.com but not their competitor http://www.bergamont.de/
http://www.hot-chili.com/bikes/mountainbikes used to have DH bikes of various success
www.muddyfox.com
www.superior.cz no dh bikes, but some of the nicest XC bikes around, as do corratec
http://www.rotwild.de/
http://www.bergwerk-bikes.de/
http://www.poison-bikes.de/
http://www.leecougan.com/
http://www.polygoncycle.com/ very promising 2012 for them! VERY well priced!
http://www.kraftstoff-bikes.com/
http://www.descendence.com.au/?q=node/8
http://www.craftworkscycles.com/ well known really, but still why not
http://www.dragbicycles.com/
https://ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb3396301/p4pb3396301.jpg
http://www.darksidezoo.com/
http://www.bellacoola-cycles.com/
http://www.tankcycle.com.tw/product.asp use to make a massive 10" rig
http://www.gsrbikes.com/bike_fr.html 11-14" travel frame from 2000's
Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://www.gsrbikes.com/images/bike_mach9.gifhttp://www.purgatorybikes.com
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classics
frank the welder (hes back Smile
rick the butcher
hairy gary

and more again when i can bothered lol

Posted: Jan 25, 2012 at 21:47 Quote
sethius wrote:
still plenty more out there, they come and going weekly...

www.ballistic.biz
http://www.ballistic.biz/products_detail.php?M=3&uID=4&cID=36&Key=78 frame
http://www.ballistic.biz/products_detail.php?M=4&uID=5&cID=50&Key=105 fork
http://www.german-a.de/en/ suspension
http://www.apro-tek.com/index2.html
http://www.caribou-bike.com/index.php?option=com_zoo&view=category&Itemid=239 used to make the wilson..
http://www.astrixsports.com/havoc.html
www.sunrise.org.tw used to make quiet a few famous bikes
http://www.hibike.com.tw/ da bombs parent
http://www.haibike.de/ not to be confused for the above
many know www.canyon.com but not their competitor http://www.bergamont.de/
http://www.hot-chili.com/bikes/mountainbikes used to have DH bikes of various success
www.muddyfox.com
www.superior.cz no dh bikes, but some of the nicest XC bikes around, as do corratec
http://www.rotwild.de/
http://www.bergwerk-bikes.de/
http://www.poison-bikes.de/
http://www.leecougan.com/
http://www.polygoncycle.com/ very promising 2012 for them! VERY well priced!
http://www.kraftstoff-bikes.com/
http://www.descendence.com.au/?q=node/8
http://www.craftworkscycles.com/ well known really, but still why not
http://www.dragbicycles.com/
https://ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb3396301/p4pb3396301.jpg
http://www.darksidezoo.com/
http://www.bellacoola-cycles.com/
http://www.tankcycle.com.tw/product.asp use to make a massive 10" rig
http://www.gsrbikes.com/bike_fr.html 11-14" travel frame from 2000's
Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://www.gsrbikes.com/images/bike_mach9.gifhttp://www.purgatorybikes.com
Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh81/redman733/DSC03261.jpg
classics
frank the welder (hes back Smile
rick the butcher
hairy gary

and more again when i can bothered lol


LOLOLOLOL the majority are TW catalog bs companies. The "Originals" as such in your pics are absolute hacks of American and Canadian companies, and small time engineers. Poser shit. Sure 99% of that shit is "unknown" but they are complete hacks in every way of KNOWN companies patented designs. From FSR to Lawwill... these crap companies covered them all... in absolutely shitty outsourced crap frames. 100% sheer shitty poser capitalistic bullshit to the max.

Btw it's even funnier when companies try to mimic the "look" of designs like DW link, the high pivot point designs of new etc, in order to look "impressive". Just remember who 99% of these designers per system design came from. N.America. And they didn't license shit to outside companies. Sheer Asian ordeals with them not giving a shit about N.American Patents etc. Rubbish...

Posted: Jan 25, 2012 at 23:45 Quote
rffr wrote:
sethius wrote:
...


LOLOLOLOL the majority are TW catalog bs companies. The "Originals" as such in your pics are absolute hacks of American and Canadian companies, and small time engineers. Poser shit. Sure 99% of that shit is "unknown" but they are complete hacks in every way of KNOWN companies patented designs. From FSR to Lawwill... these crap companies covered them all... in absolutely shitty outsourced crap frames. 100% sheer shitty poser capitalistic bullshit to the max.

Btw it's even funnier when companies try to mimic the "look" of designs like DW link, the high pivot point designs of new etc, in order to look "impressive". Just remember who 99% of these designers per system design came from. N.America. And they didn't license shit to outside companies. Sheer Asian ordeals with them not giving a shit about N.American Patents etc. Rubbish...
the point is, they're still "unheard of" bike companies.
15 minutes at interbike and you'll see a dozen new companies... they may not last very long, but we're not asking for "new companies whose names will be as well known as Santa Claus in 10 years", we're asking for cool shit we've never heard of. If people hadn't heard of Transition or Masi, we'd still get excited about them being posted here.

Not everyone can be so innovative and successful as Lahar. (lulz)

Posted: Jan 26, 2012 at 10:21 Quote
[Quote="rffr"]
sethius wrote:
still plenty more out there, they come and going weekly...


LOLOLOLOL the majority are TW catalog bs companies. The "Originals" as such in your pics are absolute hacks of American and Canadian companies, and small time engineers. Poser shit. Sure 99% of that shit is "unknown" but they are complete hacks in every way of KNOWN companies patented designs. From FSR to Lawwill... these crap companies covered them all... in absolutely shitty outsourced crap frames. 100% sheer shitty poser capitalistic bullshit to the max.

Btw it's even funnier when companies try to mimic the "look" of designs like DW link, the high pivot point designs of new etc, in order to look "impressive". Just remember who 99% of these designers per system design came from. N.America. And they didn't license shit to outside companies. Sheer Asian ordeals with them not giving a shit about N.American Patents etc. Rubbish...


wow dude, hate much?

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Posted: Jan 26, 2012 at 10:58 Quote
[Quote="oneghost"]
rffr wrote:
sethius wrote:
still plenty more out there, they come and going weekly...


LOLOLOLOL the majority are TW catalog bs companies. The "Originals" as such in your pics are absolute hacks of American and Canadian companies, and small time engineers. Poser shit. Sure 99% of that shit is "unknown" but they are complete hacks in every way of KNOWN companies patented designs. From FSR to Lawwill... these crap companies covered them all... in absolutely shitty outsourced crap frames. 100% sheer shitty poser capitalistic bullshit to the max.

Btw it's even funnier when companies try to mimic the "look" of designs like DW link, the high pivot point designs of new etc, in order to look "impressive". Just remember who 99% of these designers per system design came from. N.America. And they didn't license shit to outside companies. Sheer Asian ordeals with them not giving a shit about N.American Patents etc. Rubbish...


wow dude, hate much?

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