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    emanz33: Niner-Jet9-Carbon
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    emanz33: Niner-Jet9-Carbon
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    emanz33: Niner-Jet9-Carbon
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  • flag Chandler, Arizona

    bentaxle157: 2018-Voodoo-Bizango-275
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    bentaxle157: 2018-Voodoo-Bizango-275
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    urbanrob: Mobile
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    Manorville Hill Trail

    Stop at the rock after the loop.

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    urbanrob: Mobile
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    Rocky Point, NY

    Pit stop by trail map.

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    Alain2: Buysell
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  • flag Fredericton, New Brunswick

    Alain2: Buysell
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  • flag Old Bethpage, New York

    urbanrob: Mobile
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    Beauty shot at home.

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    urbanrob: Mobile
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    Riding in leafy terrain

  • flag Calgary, Alberta

    strongcyclisttype: All-of-my-bikes
    in: Bikes - XC

    1992-1993 This is the first mountain bike I regulary rode around town. 198715 speed Stukei that my dad rode until he got a slick Cr-mo 21 speed Nishiki. This is just a random pic I pulled off the internet, not tha ctual bike. It had Canti-brakes and huge steel rims that would probably be considered normal by todays standards. it was a turd of a bike by the standards at the time too, and my road bike did circles around it.

  • flag Calgary, Alberta

    strongcyclisttype: All-of-my-bikes
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    2016-2018. The Ghost SLAMR-X5 I bought this bike site unseen ordering it through MEC, becaue it was a fantastic value and was far more up to date than my aging Altitude 70. Let's ge one thing clear: It rode like shit. The previous bike was an all day marathon machine and this was a decender that could be pedaled uphill. Despite only having slightly more travel than the bike it replaced, it was a dog on the climbs, even with the lockout switch and I was constantly adjusting with the rear shock to get it to play nice. The 27.5 wheels were neat, the wider tires were neat and the Fox 34 TALAS suspension fork and Float shock were very good for the price I paid. The 10 speed parts were badly out of date, so I bought a Full set of shimano XT 2X11 online from ebay and put it on. I also upgraded the wheels to Easton Heist wheels. I did this before even riding it once and regretted the huge investment. Later, I removed the dropper post and put on a regular one and put on some carbon bars. I also put on a remote locker switch for the rear shock, which it badly needed. After a year off with injuries, and only one actual season of riding it, I looked into getting a new frame to solve my issues with it, but ended up just buying used Ibis Mojo.

  • flag Calgary, Alberta

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    Bartlett Wash

    2009-2016. In the fall of 2009 I sold my Santa Cruz Blur XC and got this bike, a used 2009 Rocky Mountain Altitude 70. It climbed better than the Blurs before it, it descended better with longer travel and no brake jack.(a known problem for them) and it was red, with a better, smoother fox fork. I friggin loved this thing so much that I kept of years after it was out of date! I ended up putting Mavic Crossmax wheels on it and upgraded it to Shimano XT 3x10 before selling it. In 2011 I took it to Moab and had a fantasic solo trip with the dog.

  • flag Calgary, Alberta

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    Porcupine Rim

    2007-2009. So after my first Blur, I bought this one, a 2007 blur XC. It was lighter and had just as solid of a spec as my old one. The fork absolutely sucked ass. Fox f-series 32 was a turd compared to the float Talas I had before, but almost a pound lighter. The frame was a bit too flexible for a guy my size too, but it being lighter and with a better rear shock it climbed better. Overall, this bike had trouble keeping up and after a couple of years, I sold it. I did take it to Moab a couple weeks after buying it though, which was awesome. The frame bearings were shot after three days of riding there and I had them replaced in town within the hour. I would wait weeks at home for the same work.

  • flag Calgary, Alberta

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    Skogan Pass (Dead Man's side)

    2004-2007 Totally custom 2004 Santa Cruz Blur. This thing was sick. I had absolutely everything on it. Shimano XT 3x9 gearing, Shimano Deore 555 brakes, Fox Talas Fork, Raceface Deus cranks, Easton Carbon bars, nokon cables and housing, Mavic Crossmax XL wheels! Bar ends with a shimano XTR remote shifter! I loved, loved, loved this bike so much I bought a new one in 2007 of the same model.

  • flag Victoria, British Columbia

    bosie3: sick-photos
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    A Grand Traverse

    found an old feature off to the side of the trail and couldn't pass up the photo op. The photo turned out better than expected!

  • flag Calgary, Alberta

    strongcyclisttype: All-of-my-bikes
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    2002-2004. I sold my 2000 Blizzard and got a 2002 Rocky Mountan Hammer. Still a cr-mo frame, but this thing was so, so much better because I upgraded to to Shimano 555 disk brakes immediately. I ended up with a lot of cool parts on this that I got from shadowy people for cheap. Mavic crossmax XL rims and a fox Talas fork were simply amazing upgrades, but not as game changing as disk brakes. I rode this until 2004, when I custom built a Santa Cruz Blur.

  • flag Calgary, Alberta

    strongcyclisttype: All-of-my-bikes
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    Skogan Pass (Dead Man's side)

    2000-2002.After my 1996 Hammer race was stolen I bought this white 2000 rocky mountain blizzard. It had pretty much the same spec on it as the Hammer race did when it was stolen. Marzocchi bomber fork, V-brakes, RaceFace Turbine crank. Mostly Shimano XT parts. I sold it a couple years later so I could upgrade to disk brakes. I upgraded the heck out of this thing to Carbon bars, Raceface XY seapost, Easton Carbon bars, Lots of XTR. Oh man, I forgot that sick helmet I used to have! maple leaf forever!

  • flag Calgary, Alberta

    strongcyclisttype: All-of-my-bikes
    in: Bikes - XC

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    1996-2000. In 1996, I decided to get serious into mountain biking. I bought this 1996 Rocky mountain Hammer Race and loved it more than life itself. (This is not my photo. I found it elsewhere on pinkbike.) Red gripshift srt600 that were terrible, but I thought they were so cool! RockShox Quadra 21 fork, also terrible, but cool. Red Tange Cr-mo steel frame. I stayed with steel until I went full suspension. I rode the hell out of this and replaced the fork with a RockShox Indy SL then a Marzocchi Bomber Z-2. The bomber was a revolutionary fork. The absolutely crap Sugino cranks were replaced with a Raceface turbine in Rockshox yellow. Yes, I had bar ends. The only tires I would run were WTB velociraptors with skinwalls. I still love skinwalls. I loved, loved, loved this bike. The bike was stolen in 2000 and I replaced it with a 2000 Rocky Mountain Blizzard

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