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    Moderator of Critiques/Hearder of Cats mtbbrian's Avatar
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    Re: What's with all this MTBing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John
    I know that rock! I've got photos of that same spot, I think. Bottom of Porcupine, right?
    MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!! Porcupine Rim!
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    Re: What's with all this MTBing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John
    I know that rock! I've got photos of that same spot, I think. Bottom of Porcupine, right?
    Nope, Sedona. Cathedral Rock I think, I forget the "rocks" there. But it's Sedona

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    Re: What's with all this MTBing?

    It's time to get back to something else I love.

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    Re: What's with all this MTBing?

    Sweet Sebastian. Steel is real. I bought a Race Lite in 1996. The serial number indicates that there were only 4 more frames built in the Santa Cruz shop before they sold (sold out?) to Trek. Now the frame and the Judy with 1" THREADED steer tube (what's that?, you may say) are hanging on my wall as a family heirloom.
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    Re: What's with all this MTBing?

    Quote Originally Posted by greghalliday
    Sweet Sebastian. Steel is real.
    Agreed.

    Mine is a Trek-built, but it's the only year they made the 1.125 steerer tubes in steel. It rides like a dream.

    Took me a year to get it from my buddy, he kept changing his mind about selling everyt time he rode it.
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    Re: What's with all this MTBing?

    Mountain biking for the win!



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