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    Junior Member skimwdg492's Avatar
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    bridgestone/Fuji

    Anyone here like Bridgestone or fuji?





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    Senior Member late's Avatar
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    Yup,
    used to ride a XO2. I keep hoping I'll run across a XO1 or a RB1 used, my size natch, and cheap.
    We are as gods, we might as well get good at it.
    Stewart Brand

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    I do recall that at one time, Bridgestone made the lightest "Race" mountain bike, at 21 lbs, Steel frame, rigid fork, 7 speed.

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    The MB-1 was an all time cool droolin over bike for me. Never bought one, but I always wanted to. Yours is awesome, but why do you ride your bar ends upside down? Do you like the bend that way more?

    Chuck

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    I drink your MILKSHAKE Raiyn's Avatar
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    Fuji's are one of the best bang for the buck companies out there IMHO

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    Well I got the Mb-1 out of the classifieds for free so it came that way. I wasn't even bron when they were being made. got any idea how much it could be worth. My other GOOD bike is a Fuji Odessa.

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    I ride an RB-T with a DA tripp;e in the front and an XTR on the rear, great bike, it has a sport geometry so it's pretty quick for a touring bike and it's quite stable when loaded.
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    I have a bridgestone 300 and it rides really nice, it was supposed to be a bad weather bike but when it arrived in shipping it was in way too good of shape for that since they are no longer produced. If I had a scanner or digital camera i would post some pics but that is on my wish list right now.
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    Ok,
    I will add the RBT to my short list.
    We are as gods, we might as well get good at it.
    Stewart Brand

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