Post your bike!

Discussion in 'Sports' started by miniMADness, Jan 24, 2004.

  1. Piglet

    Piglet

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    Here's the specs:

    Brand DK
    Model Legend
    Sugg Retail $599.95
    Frame Construction TIG-welded
    Frame Tubing Material 4130 chromoly
    Head Tube Angle 74.5
    Seat Tube Angle 73
    Top Tube Length 20.5"
    Chainstay Length 15.4"
    Fork Brand & Model DK
    Fork Material chromoly, oversize
    Fork Rake 0.0"
    Spoke Brand Marwi
    Spoke Material stainless steel
    Spoke Holes 36-hole
    Rims Sun Rims BFR
    Tires Max Daddy
    Rear Brake Tektro 912A
    Rear Brake Lever Tektro 318A
    Bottom Bracket Profile sealed bearing
    Chainring 44
    Crankset Profile Racing
    Rear Cog 16
    Chain KMC Z-51
    Pedals DK aluminum platforms
    Headset Aheadset SE-1
    Stem DK XL
    Handlebar DK Pro
    Saddle DK Team
    Seatpost DK micro-adjust
    Hubs DK sealed
    Weight 23.5

    The only things I changed were the seat, chain and I added chain tensioners(they look like spurs).
    These are the pedals that I have.
     

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  2. TurboSmoke

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    for purely gratuitous reasons i thought i would post another pic of my bike...

    notice the 26" slicks....i cycle to work a couple of times a week...55km round trip on tarmac...
     

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  3. miniMADness

    miniMADness

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    I seriously need some new tyres for my bike...but the back one is so bald that its basically a slick.
     
  4. 2ez2KiLL

    2ez2KiLL

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    Redline Supa-X
    Stripped paint, Painted all black, Red rims, Red handlebars.
     
  5. Omnis

    Omnis Staff Emeritus

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    dude you have a redline? sweet.

    i thought i was the only one who had one. i am over here at least.

    i got mine when i was like 8. 400$ bike, lighter than my backpack.
     
  6. Omnis

    Omnis Staff Emeritus

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    also has "suicide" pedals, which tore up my leg once when my foot slipped during a jump landing. scars are hard to see on camera though.
     
  7. Omnis

    Omnis Staff Emeritus

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    heres pics i just took. heh, i keep it locked up in the electical room of our condo building so nobody steals her.
     

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  8. Omnis

    Omnis Staff Emeritus

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    suicide pedals!
     

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  9. TurboSmoke

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    look closely at my pic..i have a similar pedal on my mtb...i could never get into those clipless things....but the suicide pedals make a hell of a mess of your shin when you hit a log and yer feet slip off....they grate right through to the bone...i have scars on my shin and calf purely down to those pedals...but i wouldnt change them becasue despite the occasional crash, they are very stable and stick to your feet like glue...
     
  10. Omnis

    Omnis Staff Emeritus

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    ^what you said. lol.

    the funny thing was, when i had my accident, we were all in this back alley jumping a ramp we build on this steep median. anyways. this guy was delivering stuff while we were jumping. and i got ****ed and rode off to the side. he was gone at the actual time i slipped but then when he came back he was like: "You know, you kids better get lost because if one of you gets hurt we're all gonna be in big trouble!"

    lol. so i took off to the closest place i could. a pizzeria. so i walk in with my bloodsoaked leg and ask for a napkin lmao. all the ppl in the restaraunt were like gonna puke. so i wiped off what i could and raced home where my mom took care of it with some hydrogen peroxide.

    yep. lol.

    and with the suicide pedals, they really are great. (cept when you try and ride barefoot. ouch)
     
  11. Pako

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  12. VIPFREAK

    VIPFREAK (Banned)

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    Nice Ride Pako, how much does it weigh?
     
  13. Pako

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    Not sure on the weight...., I will say it's pretty light. I checked Cannondale's site and they don't list the weight (too many differences based on frame size I'm sure.)
     
  14. VIPFREAK

    VIPFREAK (Banned)

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    True, I wonder other than the frame size difference why there's not more emphasis on weight? It's freakin crazy how light they can get them now though. Make me think my road bike got fat sitting so long.
     
  15. Squid

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    Mine is a 97' DimondBack Viper, Me and like 5 other of my friends have them
     
  16. Party for GT4

    Party for GT4

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    You really want a Leftie. Single-sided front forks! Cool.
     
  17. VIPFREAK

    VIPFREAK (Banned)

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    Well, I had my first big fall off my new bike luckily my bike and clothes came out surprisingly unscathed but I didn't do so well. My left arm and then my left leg. I'm just glad it wasn't at a real high speed.

    [​IMG]
     
  18. Boost Lee

    Boost Lee

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    I'm selling my low mileage "19 Homegrown XT for the bike pictured below. It is a Schwinn Project Underground, only 200 of them were ever made. The frame is carbon fiber - thermoplastic - titanium. Hoo HAAAA


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  19. Cosmic

    Cosmic (Banned)

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    Here is my bike ...
     
  20. Cosmic

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    OOPS , I forgot the picture
     

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  21. miniMADness

    miniMADness

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    Nice bikes guys! Love the Cannondale, Pako!
     
  22. Kent

    Kent Staff Emeritus

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    Finally got around to it. :D

    This is an old pic, and a bad one at that, but it does serve the purpose it should.

    Easton ct2 post and bars
    Chris King front and rear hubs
    Marzocchi dirt jumper 2 fork with custom springs
    tioga mx pro pedals/ time atac/ shimano 747 (always switching)
    tompson stem (70mm)
    Cannondale rasta color seatpost bag
    old school "power servo wave" vee brakes (shimano from 97)
    WTB veloca raptor (sp?) tires front and rear (2.10)
    XT/ LX drive train

    Since this picture, the drive train went up to xtr shifters and derailluers. The seat went to an actual mtn seat and not the kevlar/titanium road bike seat seen in the pic.

    Thats about all I can think to mention, besides sorry... bad pic, I know. :D
    But here it is.
     
  23. High-Test

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    I have a royally f@cked up schwinn that for some reason thinks 1st is 6th and 2nd is 7th. it's fun going up hills in 7th gear.... :dopey:


    all 15 other speeds wasted..... at least the flywheels shift.
     
  24. -}=Dr={-Devil-}

    -}=Dr={-Devil-} (Banned)

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    heres mine! Got it two days ago cuz my other one got destroyed by a soccer B**** ... erm ... mom driving an suv...

    Giant Boulder Ds
    Specifications:
    color Blue/ Silver
    size 16.5", 18.5", 20.5"
    frame Supersized ALUXX Aluminum, URT design, w/ 4.5" rear travel
    fork SR/Suntour XC-60, 75mm travel
    derailleur Front: Shimano C102, Rear: Shimano Altus 7 speed
    derailleur shifters Shimano EF-29, 7-speed
    cranks Shimano,TY33, 28/38/48T
    pedals Steel w/ resin body
    handlebar Steel riser
    stem Giant 1 1/8" ahead, 15 degree rise
    headset Alloy ahead 1 1/8"
    brakes Alloy direct pyll w/ power modulator
    saddle Giant groove plus, Dual density, kevlar bumpers
    seatpost Alloy micro-adjust SP242, 30.8
    rims Hoopster, 36h
    hubs Joytech 36H
    tyres mtb knobby w/ center ridge 26x1.95
    rearshock Giant GTM, coil over w/ rebound adj, 4.5" rear travel
    cassette Shimano HG40, 14-34T, 7-speed

    Price : 650 $

    Of Course I cant upload a pic cuz all pics i have are over the friggin limit :grumpy:

    so here's the link (at least)

    http://www.giant-bicycles.com/cn/03...r=2004&bikesection=8816&range=140&model=10080
     
  25. 6shifter

    6shifter

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    Well, I have 3 bikes... a street bike, mt bike and flatland bike... and there they are below...

    street bike - custom wethepeople thrillseeker, i bought the frame and all the parts seperate

    mt bike - gary fisher hoo koo e koo disc

    flat bike - 5yr old hoffman egg frame + random flat parts
     

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  26. TB

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    I'll try and get the pics posted later but I also have 3 bikes. An old Trek Antelope, a Schwinn Super Stock 1 and my wife bought me a GT Outpost (how cool is that?) with Velociraptor tires. I Have since added an Aero Bar, slicks for street riding and other assorted parts.
     
  27. CAMAROBOY69

    CAMAROBOY69 Premium

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    Pako's bike is my favorite so far.
    My girlfriend and I just recently bought bikes from Walmart for $60.00. As funny as it sounds they are 18 speed and mine has shocks in the front and a shock in the center of the bike for the rear. Seats are so uncomfortable that the only workout I get is clenching by butt cheeks as hard as possible to keep the bumps from hurting. :scared:
     
  28. TB

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    Finally done with work, wife's at work and the kid is sleeping. Now I can post the pics.

    And since I was in the garage, when i'm not riding either one of these, I take the Prix.
     
  29. SS2

    SS2

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    Maker - NEXT
    Name - Bulge(sucky ass name)
    Paint Scheme - Yellow w/ black
    Tyres - used to be street tires before I blew the rear tire. Now I got moutain bike tires.:( It looks gh3y.

    I'll post pics tomorrow when its' daylight...
     
  30. Kent

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    Since the picture in my above quoted post doesn't work, I thought I would post again and add a pic that will load. :D
     

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