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Was just looking at Cindy Whitehead's page on C/K's website and was reminded of how big Ross Bicycle was in the early racing days. Are there no Ross bikes worthy of collecting?
Here's a previous thread. It doesn't seem like there's very much good Ross info out there...azjeff said:Was just looking at Cindy Whitehead's page on C/K's website and was reminded of how big Ross Bicycle was in the early racing days. Are there no Ross bikes worthy of collecting?
This sounds like the one I found set out for heavy trash pick up in Austin, Texas last year. I apologize in advance for not keeping it original, it was just too tempting to make it a singlespeed considering it has horizontal dropouts. Currently in use as beater/grocery getter/beer run bike.sgltrak said:In 1986 I had a black Ross 15 speed with gold decals, lugged frame, alloy wheels, and bull-moose bars. I think it was called a Mt St Helens. Ride wasn't stellar, but it was OK. Decent quality. Must have been a 1984 or 1985 model.
You mean someone would want my Chrome Mt Hood frame?? I hung it in the barn cause it's too cool looking to throw out..... If someones collecting these, PM me, we can talk=commuter73 said:I know Ross made a couple of chrome bikes and some fillet brazed models in the eighties that looked really nice...the Mt. Washington, Mt. Whitney and Mt. Hood are the models that come to mind. Sorry, I can't tell you anything about ride quality, hierarchy in the lineup or collectivity. I do know they seem to sell pretty cheaply though. Hope this helps.