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The Gravity Godfather of Downhill Bikes! Own a cool piece of mountain biking history. 1998 Intense M-1 Fully Loaded with all Period Correct Components Medium Frame, Factory Powder-coated Black Appears to be a 1998 Rockshox Boxxer Fork, still has V-Brake mounts, not positive buy it appears to be the 7" travel varient as opposed to the 6". Rear Shock is a Fox RC Vanilla Coil Shock, unknown spring weight. Hayes Mag G-1 Hydraulic Brake Set, 8" Front Rotor, 6" Rear Mavic D 321 Wheelset, 26" Front & Rear, 36 Spoke DT Swiss HuGI / Hayes Rear Hub Ringle 20" Front Hub 8 Speed Cassette with Typical Road Bike Gear Sizes Shimano XTR 8-Speed Rear Deraillieur & Shifter Profile Crankset with MRP Chainguide Sun Ringle ZuZu Pedals Thompson Seatpost Chris king Headset Azonic Shorty Stem White Brothers Titatium Riser Handlebars Bontrager Seat Nokian Gazzaloddi JR Front Tire 2.6" Width Michelin 2.5" Rear Tire Bike is completely ride-able albeit the geometry is extremely dated to keep up with modern gravity sleds. It has been well used, but it rides well, stops well, & shifts well. All of the components are in working order nothing really seems worn. It does have the typical wear & tear of a 22 year-old downhill bike. There are plenty of scrapes and nicks. The lowers on the Boxxer forks are pretty scratched up, but the stanchion tubes do not show any damage & the fork does not leak. Wheels are true and I don't see any dents or flat spots. Brakes work as they should although there is some scrapes on the lever bodies. It does have a couple issues / blemishes 1. One of the rear V-brake mounts is broken off the frame. This is shown in the second to last picture. It doesn't affect anything since the bike is currently using disk brakes. 2. The previous owner riveted a chain guard onto the chainstay. Doesn't really affect anything, but I think it looks ugly and the chainstay will have two small holes in it if it was removed. This is shown in the last picture 3. The MRP Chainguide is missing the rollers 4. The Four-Bar Link which actions the shock "has" 3 optional mounting locations altering the geometry of the head-tube. The middle one is stripped out and will need a helicoil to repair. It doesn't affect it as is, because it is using the most upright position currently.
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Looking for this jeep bike or any jeep bike for sale?
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