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9/28/2011 2:23 PM
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9/29/2011 2:27 PM
wow RST fork. What happened there? it looks real good.
9/29/2011 1:15 PM
@sspomer starting to walk/hobble and ride x country again after broken femur. Back on DH next month. Thanks again for the stickers.
9/29/2011 10:46 AM
@flyr, that's awesome!
9/29/2011 8:12 AM
slednecks! yeeha! intensely olskool! oh, i hav m Kookas myself!
9/29/2011 6:42 AM
Thats my bike, I raced it up to last year. Thanks for the crutch stickers vital.
9/28/2011 9:03 PM
So cool. I bet that bike has seen some fun...Oh, and I believe those are the pedals that ended my prospects as a leg model.
9/28/2011 5:37 PM
Those were the "slack" head angles back in the day,kids!
9/28/2011 4:52 PM
multiple positions for vbrake posts is cool just in case you ran a 24 rear ha
9/28/2011 4:01 PM
How Rad would it be to show up at the bike park on that,...people would be like what the heck is that. It is very freeride looking compared to what is under our @ss these days...I love it.
9/28/2011 3:52 PM
Oh, bikes of yore, you sure make us laugh. Look how those pedals fly in the face of modern never-thin-enough convention! And that wheelbase! Is that for trials? I love how it towers over that Raleigh road whip, too.
9/28/2011 3:50 PM
Save for the newish front tire, new rear wheel, & what looks like an ODI lockon grip, that bike is straight out of 1998/99. Right down to the RST fork, Kooka cranks, 22mm mount Hayes rear, 1st gen Mr Dirt slider, & Vanilla RX shock. I venture to bet that the bars/stem are Azonic, and if not they're probably World Force.
9/28/2011 3:41 PM
Top half of chainguide is a Mr Dirt no?
9/28/2011 3:02 PM
That RST fork is worth a thousand bucks alone... dual Slednecks stickers and an AC chainguide? That sure is fancy.