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Old 09-24-08, 04:00 PM   #1
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Beefcake Hardtails

I got so excited about all of these...I started this thread. Please post pictures of Beefy hardtails:

So....there's the DMR Trailstar $396



DMR Ex[alt] $396



Identity Mr. Hyde $411



Surly Instigator $410



Woodman D-Series $471



Woodman Elite ML $570



The Classic Vagrant $429 (if they still got 'em)



The Komodo that I assume I will get out of the warranty



Cove Stiffee $???
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Banshee Scirocco $549



Banshee Morphine $649



One One Inbred $441 if you can fine one.



2006 Clearance Brodie Brute $349


2006 Brodie Big Shot $349


2005 Brodie Big Shot $249


2005 Brodie Hole Shot $249


2006 Brodie Holeshot

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Astrix Union:



Avent Jibster



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I'll go get a pic of my Stiffee for you sometime. Because apparently you're into that kind of thing.
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Lots of good stuff here, but alot of discontinued stuff. Anything new in the Beefcake HT world?


Kinda looks like Norco has thrown in the towel on "Shore Hardtails". They have a few Urban/Park bikes.



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Kona has something weird:

Honzo... a balls-out, aggressive all-mountain 29er Cromoly hardtail. Featuring a beyond-vogue slack 68-degree headtube angle, low bottom bracket and short chainstays, the Honzo is all about getting radical on technical singletrack


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The Komodo is still in it...as much as people bash Jamis...I really dig my Komodo:

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Brodie d/c'd the Alu Holeshot, but is offering an AllMountain Ti Holeshot:


And an Alu Bruzza, Hellion, etc...
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Banshee's still got the Amp...though it's pretty park/jump dedicated:
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Transition still has the TransAm, Bank, and Trail or Park:


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Haro Steel Reserve...another shorty jumper:
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I'm still trying to figure out what the flip this thing is for:

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I'm still trying to figure out what the flip this thing is for:

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^For doing reverse circles at the trail head?
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Interesting, I moved about three years ago and the trails are better where I am but a lot further from home. The local bmx track has been looking good, but I dont have bike that could handle it, any of these would fit the bill. The Konas' look good, I'm new to this game so it'll be a factory bike not a home build. Any ideas for cheap factory built bikes focused on dirt jumping?
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What size? Jamis Komodo is like super-insane-obscenely-XXX-with nudity-cheap'r'crap at Jensonusa.com

If'n'you're can do a medium or small. (16.5" / 14")

http://jensonusa.com/store/product/B...0+08+Bike.aspx
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Not cheap; just more hardtail p0rn to add to the mix:

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As soon as I saw your name on this thread...I knew what was in it. I didn't even need to look.
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What size? Jamis Komodo is like super-insane-obscenely-XXX-with nudity-cheap'r'crap at Jensonusa.com

If'n'you're can do a medium or small. (16.5" / 14")

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I'll take a look, I thought they came in short and long frames? Shipping will probably kill the deal.

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Cyclops, if you can, try out both a DJ and an AMHT. There are some significant difference in ride characteristics. I prefer the DJ for the BMX track and the AMHT for the trail, personally. With my bikes, the AMHT has a HT angle that rivals a lot of downhill bikes, 160mm travel fork, 2x8 drivetrain, a high BB, and 26" wheels. The DJ has a HT angle on par with my road bike (just figured this out when I was Photoshopping drop bars on it for the Post your Rigs topic), full rigid, SS, a lower BB, and 24" wheels. Among other differences. Obviously these characteristics will change from bike to bike, and the differences end up pronounced on the two particular bikes I compared, but that's how it is with my bikes anyway. Of course, a DJ1 or Argyle on the AMHT on both bikes or having a 26" DJ would bring the rides significantly closer.

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