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  1. Cannondale
    Hey all, This is the first of my posts documenting my Cannondale Prophet build. The aim is to create the first "modern geometry" prophet with the original lefty. A little background first; I got this bike over a year ago after discovering mtb in my junior year of high school. I like the...
  2. Vintage, Retro, Classic
    Picked up a really nice 93 Scott Comp Racing frame for a fun build but it didn’t come with a fork and I can’t seem to find any info on the fork size. Looks like it came with a rigid fork or the Unishock fork. I want a more modern rigid fork but I don’t want to mess up the geometry.
  3. Colson (front)

    Vintage Bike from the 1940's. Trying to get a value of the bike. Potentially looking to sell.
  4. Colson (side)

    Vintage Bike from the 1940's. Trying to get a value of the bike. Potentially looking to sell.
  5. Gorilla brake beefers

    Red V-brake beefers. Includes 4 bolts, but one of the collars is missing. Can be easily sourced at Ace hardware.
  6. Odyssey tripletrap pedals

    Two sets of triple trap pedals. The outer cage can be transfered between the two pedal bodies. One set has MTB axles and the other has BMX axles.
  7. Cane Creek C2

    Cane Creek headset. 1-1/8"
  8. Paul singlespeed wheels

    Paul hubs threaded for singlespeed freewheel. The hubs are gold, spokes are polished, and rims are black. Rims are WTB Speed Master and have plenty of brake surface left. Includes a 17T freewheel.
  9. Marzocchi Atom Bomb

    1999 Marzocchi Atom Bomb fork. It started as a black painted fork. I stripped the paint and started to completely polish. Could use a little more work there. It has 65mm of travel and includes V-brake bosses and disc mounts. Stanchions are perfect. Steertube is 1-1/8" and cut to 8.5". Has
  10. Rock Shox Judy

    Old 2000 era Rock Shox Judy with Englund air cartridges. I do not recall the travel. I believe it is 65mm. It has a 1-1/8" steer tube that is about 8.5" long.
  11. Avid Arch Supreme

    Avid Arch Supreme V-brakes. All hardware included.
  12. gt zaskar LE

    gt zaskar LE,sorry got only this pic in the right size KOOKA CRANKS purple-black,goldenBMX hubs,xc fork marzocchi,diffrent shifter not the betsy set,need a seatpost at least,and all small parts that can be found, bolts and so one.coda purple cantilever brakes which need purple lever..please offer.pu
  13. Nirve Fifty-Three

    Frame: Nirve Fifty-Three Fork: Springer (OEM) Wheelset: Nirve 26" Tires: Unknown-brand German 2.1" XC tires Front Hub: Sturmey-Archer XFD 70mm drum-brake (not installed in picture) Rear Hub: Shimano Nexus3 w/ coaster-brake Bottom Bracket: Truvativ Howitzer (not in picture) Pedals:
  14. 1991 Diamondback Axis

    Well, it's not technically a hard tail. Oh well... Added Ritchey/Tange rigid fork. Stock parts: full XT (derailleurs, hubs, 1st gen. rapidfire 7-spd shifters, cantis, levers, crankset and pedals), Avenir post and bar, Avenir rims (by Sun), Titec T-Bone stem.
  15. 1987 Schwinn Paramountain Ned Overend Signature Edition

    I noticed there's no rigid category... Tange Prestige tubing, full Shimano XT except for Suntour XC Rollercam Brakes, Post and Stem, as well as Bullseye hubs. Rims are Bontrager BCR-1/2. Seat is NOS Vetta TT and Tires are NOS IRC Geo Claw.
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