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Discussion in 'Cycling Department Forum' started by Bram, Jun 26, 2016.
Please use this thread to post your images or videos of your mountain bikes
I'll start with my Radon ZR Team 29 8.0
My Norco Revolver 2
My Canyon Yellowstone 29 AL 4.9
I like the red
1994 Claud Bulter Pagan and still love it today with 2 new tires yesterday, and its done many many miles.
I need a replacement for my poor 8 years old Cannondale,
but my son, who race for local MTB team, has grown too much in last couple years and he needed new one much more than me for this season, so I hope my turn is next year
Here's my Kross Evado 1.0
Here is my bike:
I still use a moutainbike because i driving more offroad.
If you had to guess, how many miles?
Not my photo but i believe it is from the Gumtree Ad that i bought it from (i bought it a few weeks ago as i needed a bike and this was almost new and dirt cheap)
Surly Krampus: 29+ (29"x3") tires roll over anything. <15psi, and my old back loves it. Plus, it climbs like a freakin' mtn goat. Even though it's the heaviest bike on our rides, I always get to the top of technical steep climbs first, even going off line to get around other folks. It's like cheating.
Not a mountain bike but this is my hybrid
I have not a clue, to many to count. it was my main mode of transport to work whilst in Holland and Germany, But i can remember 2 new cranks and bearings,1 set head bearings, 2 wheels respoked, 3 saddles have bit the dust. But only 2 sets of brake blocks (need new set now) i think iv'e gone through about 6 sets of tires. I always had big traded tires until now it will be interesting to see how long these last. broke a few chains in England going up hills,
nothing special but I love it. Its a 2016 Giant Talon 4 27.5. Pretty entry level but a great bike to build on.
My three toys. Love full susp vintages.
Well, this last one isn't a mountain bike, but it is surely a friend maker.
Whaha what a super cool bike that is!
My fatbike, heavy as a boat anchor but sturdy
That looks too muddy for me!
Aren't oversized tires great? I really like simplicity, and fat tires are like having short-travel full suspension without the complexity. Sure, you take a hit of extra weight, but the trade off is worth it. The cornering grip is insane. It's like being on the racetrack and going from all-season tires to racing slicks. I'm a convert. I'll never go back to 2" tires.