I grew up riding extensively with Adam Krefting, the inventor / founder / owner of CushCore, between 1995 and 1998 — we went to the same high school and we both rode hard (and Adam Schaeffer who owns The Downhill Zone bike shop in Issaquah, WA, likewise went to high school with us).  This is Adam Krefting on my 1994/95 Intense M1 in 1996 or 97 at the famous Oakridge, Oregon MTB festival and races.  He had an Alpinestars rocker-link bike with Judy fork but chose to race my Intense M1 after I got injured.  The refurbished 1994 Intense M1 team frame (sold to me as a complete beautiful bike with new parts by Jeff Steber) was spec’d in this picture with: 4.5” travel RST Mozo Pro fork, 27” Azonic bar, King headset, Mavic 261 rims, Nuke Proof carbon front hub, XT rear hub, Ringlé front skewer, Kore stem, XT V-brakes, XT M737 drivetrain, Topline cranks, Intense big ring, Bullet Bros chain tensioner, Tioga Psycho TT tires, SDG Kevlar saddle, Control Tech post, and Shimano M747 pedals.
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I grew up riding extensively with Adam Krefting, the inventor / founder / owner of CushCore, between 1995 and 1998 — we went to the same high school and we both rode hard (and Adam Schaeffer who owns The Downhill Zone bike shop in Issaquah, WA, likewise went to high school with us). This is Adam Krefting on my 1994/95 Intense M1 in 1996 or 97 at the famous Oakridge, Oregon MTB festival and races. He had an Alpinestars rocker-link bike with Judy fork but chose to race my Intense M1 after I got injured. The refurbished 1994 Intense M1 team frame (sold to me as a complete beautiful bike with new parts by Jeff Steber) was spec’d in this picture with: 4.5” travel RST Mozo Pro fork, 27” Azonic bar, King headset, Mavic 261 rims, Nuke Proof carbon front hub, XT rear hub, Ringlé front skewer, Kore stem, XT V-brakes, XT M737 drivetrain, Topline cranks, Intense big ring, Bullet Bros chain tensioner, Tioga Psycho TT tires, SDG Kevlar saddle, Control Tech post, and Shimano M747 pedals.

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