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That is super cool. I always lusted after the MB-1.

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I’m living vicariously through her. Way easier to find cool old frames her size than extra-huge.

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Bridgestone always had the best ads and catalogs.

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Stock 32c, probably clearance for more on a drop bar bike, cutting edge tech!

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New rig arrived just the other day. Had it out for a couple rides now and still getting used to having that much travel haha

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Finally got matching tires on…and she’s done! For now :speak_no_evil:

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Love the vintage stuff.

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My brand new 2022 Kona Honzo ESD. :call_me_hand:t2::call_me_hand:t2:

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repainted my shinobi as i am nursing a broken neck for about another month.

need the stickers and the chainstay protector (4 green plastic rings)



the original

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New 2022 Giant Fathom 29 2. First new mountain bike in 24 years. A bit more capable!

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My rebuilt from frame 2009 Jamis Coda. A couple of things to switch out for personal preference, but rides really smooth.

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2022 Trek Slash 8 - lots of Bike, lots of fun.

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A few upgrades to the Druid, as I had some issues with the stock shock and brakes. Also added a OneUp Carbon bar and EDC, and a Fox Float X2 Factory courtesy @a.mart at Granite. Plus a RF Turbine 40mm stem and Grippler grips. Hope Tech4/E4 brakes are incredible. I’ve always wanted to try Hopes and they are amazing.






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Those calipers are a thing of beauty.

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Love me some hopes.

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Realized I hadn’t posted my new Timberjack since it’s arrival back in April! Friggin love this bike



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When she asks for swoopy bars instead of risers, she gets them.

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Freshened up my old Number Rip 9 this year with a new fork and tires, plus a rebuild on the rear shock thanks to @a.mart at Granite and fresh frame bearings thanks to Cyclesmith.

*edit: Also added a -2 degree geoshift headset from Wolftooth to help slacken things out a bit more up front.

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NSMB has been doing a great series called Min/Max where subscribers have been sending in their upgrades to “older” bikes to make them modern hot rods. This looks like a candidate.
I almost have as much fun thinking of how I can improve my bike as I do riding it. Almost.

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Building bikes is a huge part of the fun for me. Build it, ride it a bit, sell it, build a new one.