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Old 07-30-2009, 11:56 AM
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Re: The Cadillac of MT Bikes

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Thats a sweet bike, Heres a shot of mine.

WOW, I LOVE that wheel set.



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$1500? Shew...you must be the LA of mt biking....LOL




I built my bike with some parts i had before and everything else i bought off Pricepoint.com and the Fork came from Ebay, brand new.


Frame $400
Fork $300
Wheelset $425
Crank $100 (had)
Tires $60 on sale
Rear Derailer $200
Front Der $50
Shifter/brake levers $150
Handle bar $50
Stem $25
Headset $50
Bottom Bracket $50
Rear Cassette $75 (had)
Seat post $30 (had)
Grips $20
Brakes $250 custom setup (had)
Pedals $75 (had)

This is obv over the course of 2 years but i have closer to $2300 in to it. LOL

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Sweet bikes!

Didn't Jeep used to make an AWD bicycle? I can't find them online anymore though. all discontinued! lol
They used to make bikes but they dont any more.

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hahahaha come on rob u know we got diablo park here in NJ!!!! HAHAHA

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http://diablofreeridepark.com/bikepa...erydiablo.html this place is sick!!!

Wow that looks sweet! I would love to go there, too bad i suck at jumps.
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Old 07-30-2009, 12:03 PM
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Re: The Cadillac of MT Bikes

ill take a pic of mine this weekend and post it up
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Re: The Cadillac of MT Bikes

Nice bikes guys.

Although I could never see myself spending that kind of money on a bike.
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Old 07-30-2009, 02:05 PM
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Re: The Cadillac of MT Bikes

Nice bike, how much does the whole setup weight?

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Hahaha you have everyone beat.. can anyone say "continental divide"?
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Old 07-30-2009, 02:09 PM
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Nice bike, how much does the whole setup weight?
Honestly i have no idea, Id guestimate around 18 to 22 lbs. My wheels are heavy and my fork is heavy.
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Re: The Cadillac of MT Bikes

18 pounds?!?!?!? u sure???
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Re: The Cadillac of MT Bikes

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18 pounds?!?!?!? u sure???
No im not, its just a guess. i can try to weigh it.

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According to my bathroom scale its roughly 34 lbs. i gotta get it to the bike shop to use their bike scale to get an accurate weight.
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Re: The Cadillac of MT Bikes

i gotta weigh my GT that think feels like 5 lbs -10lbs tops!
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Re: The Cadillac of MT Bikes

No way. Lance Armstrons training bicycle is about 11lbs. The average good quality Cross Country Mt bike is about 18 lbs. Mine is heavier because its setup for more free ride and DH riding. Most DH bikes are over 35lbs.
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Not even kidding!
This is my Mt bike that i spent the last 12 months building.

The frame is a KHS Free Ride/All Mountain frame built for Cadillac to market.

I bought the frame and rear shock for $400 and started to build. The only things that are original spec to the factory made bike is the rear shock and the fork.

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-Frame 19" FreeRide/All Mountain
-Fork Manitou Nixon 6" travel 20mm thru axle
-Rear shock, Manitou Radium variable 4" to 6" travel adjustable.
-Wheel set, Custom built Halo Combat FreeRide/AM Black spokes white rims, 20mm Quanta front thru axle hub, rear Halo Combat quick release hub.
-Crank Tru-Vativ Firex
-Shimano SPD clipless pedals
-Shimano XTR gen2 rear Derailer
-Shimano LX front Derailer
-Shimano LX Chain
-Shimano LX 9 Speed Casette
-Shimano LX shifter/brake lever integrated combo
-Hayes Mechanical Disc brakes (Not hydrolic by choice) 6" rear 8" front
-WTB Speed V seat
-Specialized seat post
-Easton EA 30 handle bar
-IRC Mythos front and rear tires 2.1 (Upgrading to maxxis High Roller 2.3s soon)


This is my other baby. I finally finished it with its matching wheel set a few months ago, until then it made me crazy having mis matched wheels. LOL

I have not been as religious about getting out and riding the past year or so but i hope to use this to get my gut down and get back in to shape (not round). MT biking is a great past time for me and i hope to keep the blood flowing and continue to enjoy the XC trails and hit some of the FreeRide/down hill trials at the local ski mountains before winter.

Anyone else ride?
I have an ancient Gary Fisher Hoo Koo Ekoo, back before they were sold to Trek(so that tells you how old it is!) Not a suspension frame, just a cheap set of Rok-Shocks forks. Thing is, this bike is tough. I was well over 300lbs when I bought it and nothing's broke yet. I don't like the forks so I'm going to convert to soild ones once I get back to the states. Back when I bought it, it was close to $1K on the showroom floor.
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bikes make ur peepee impotent....
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