1994 Fat City Shock-a-Billy 13

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Tiny little main pivot!
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Other Shock-a-Billy Fat City
Rear Shock Other Risse Racing Terminator
Fork Manitou Manitou Three Speed Springs, Englund Cartridge
Headset Chris King
Handlebar Easton Hyperlite
Stem Other Ringle Zooka
Grips Answer Logo
Brakes Avid Tri-Align
Brake Levers Avid SD Ultimate
Shifters Shimano XT
Front Derailleur Shimano XT
Rear Derailleur Shimano XT
Cranks Cook Brothers E-Crank
Chainrings / Sprocket Shimano
Bottom Bracket Shimano Square taper
Chain Shimano
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano
Pedals Speedplay Frog
Front Rim Mavic SUP 217 Ceramic
Rear Rim Mavic SUP 217
Hubs Sun Ringle
Spokes DT Swiss
Front Tire Panaracer Dart
Rear Tire Panaracer Smoke
Saddle Selle Italia Flite
Seatpost Sun Ringle Moby Deuce
Seatpost Clamp Other Fat City
General Info
Model Year 1994
Riding Type Cross Country
Weight 24 lb 3 oz (10971 g)
13 comments
  • dustboy

    2/9/2013 7:53 AM

    When other kids were reading dirty magazines, I was up late drooling on pictures like this in the latest issue of Mountain Bike Action.

  • syngltrkmnd

    2/6/2013 12:09 PM

    Wow, that is freakin' awesome. What are the doodads on the shock body, though?
    Also the brake "arch" that bridges the seatstays is really interesting. Not only functional, it looks like a Marzocchi "M" bridge from a Z-series fork that came years later.

  • Uncle Cliffy

    2/6/2013 12:36 PM

    Shock is a Risse Terminator. You can still order one if you (ahem) want one... http://www.risseracing.com/airshocks_terminator.shtml

  • MCFlow

    2/6/2013 1:31 PM

    Those doodads are the compression and rebound circuit adjustments...they're actually pretty functional. The brace was an aftermarket piece made by TWP.

  • bullrider

    2/6/2013 11:40 AM

    fark i used to love smoke darts when i was younger... had em on evry bike i owned back then, even my beach cruiser.

  • Uncle Cliffy

    2/6/2013 10:58 AM

    Wow. I'm having a purple haze flashback!

  • Dirty Jane

    2/6/2013 9:31 AM

    Heads up kiddo's- that's some history right there. The rear end was made by Amp and was utilized on many different mfg's front triangles. No one knew didly squat about suspension back then, but some dude name Horst knew!

  • Big Bird

    2/6/2013 6:41 PM

    If only he was still getting the money for it. I met him once at his shop.

  • ricky.thefifth

    2/6/2013 9:30 AM

    I was in my prime in this oh so wonderful time of my life !! Had same purple ringle stem and other purple parts

  • warthog

    2/6/2013 9:19 AM

    That's about as trick as you could get in 1994.

  • mp

    2/6/2013 8:54 AM

    boss!

  • Eddie_Clark

    2/6/2013 8:53 AM

    Nice, I always wanted and lusted for a Yo Eddy.

  • sspomer

    2/6/2013 8:27 AM

    AWESOME! Bike of the Day 2-6-13!