This amazing contraption is the result of HB having too much time on his hands at his ranch in Colorado - so much history on this set up.
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This amazing contraption is the result of HB having too much time on his hands at his ranch in Colorado - so much history on this set up.

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  • 4 1
 HBall: (I wonder what I can do for an hour?) Good god look at the crap laying around this place... geez... I really need to clean up a bit. Seriously, what am I gonna do with these two Rock Shox disc brakes, the 48 tooth chainring and a couple of Salsa QRs?? Hmmm... .... I wonder what I did with the SID dual air?? Oh that's right! Sold that to Tinker in 2000!! Damn, I still have those three Boxxer triples from '96.... if I could only find the rest of the fork....and where the hell is that Rapid Rise from??
  • 1 0
 and what exactly do you call that "style" of fork??..... hexal-clap or tri-crown??
  • 2 0
 erm lets think about it guys ? if it wasent for the Legendery San Andreas been built by Mountain Cycle we would all still be on hardtails with v brake's, but thay had a vision to build the first, frame with disc brake mounts, so next time you jump on ya full rocker, think Mountain Cycle San Andreas, p.s this thing is but ugly
  • 5 0
 the real crazy thing is that the rear triangle appears to be 20" specific.
  • 4 0
 is it just me or would you be scared of the 6 inches of fork travel making the bigass chain ring smash into the ground.
  • 2 3
 This is what H Ball is shredding these days? Assuming so since it's next to the SRAM tent.

Would you call that a double triple clamp or a triple double clamp fork? The stem looks really bad, whatever it is.
  • 1 0
 Nice! Looks like some variation of the legendary Foes LTS frame. Old school 6" goodness right there.
  • 1 0
 lmao mountain cycles latest shed
  • 1 0
 2 top crowns on the fork haha
  • 1 0
 i thought it was a prototype folding bike without the folding bit
  • 1 0
 dafuq?

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