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    91 Marin Bolinas Ridge MTB pickup

    hey myb folks - i'm a CV guy so havent been over to this section - but just starting to do some MTB - tried to convert an old CV roadie but just didnt work for my trail needs - so...i found one on CL - $40

    watcha all think - maiden voyage this morning



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    Looks cool. What's a Bolinas?

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    its a place
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    That would make one pimp ass SS!!
    I am the ubberest of ubberific ubbers!

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    probably so - the color scheme is even more potent when u are standing next to it
    but most likely she is staying in the dirt
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    little style update

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    Get some grips on that thing and go get yourself hooked on trail riding! I must warn you, though, you might end up selling a few of your current stable to buy yourself a new(er), nice MTB. I used to spend all my time in the CL section until I picked up a 90s MTB. Now I have two less vintage road bikes and just finished building up my nice MTB.
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    Fetish Cycles "Discipline" built up with DJ2 fork and Shimano XTR, LX, Avid BB7.

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    haha - yeah - i have a few that can and will go if the next mtb is right - you have already seen it in the other thread

    btw - no grips - looks better naked imo - plus - felt fine too on my 3 hour ride sunday
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    Well, if you're down with the no grips, go for it.
    90 Miyata 914 with full Dura-Ace
    74 Ellis-Briggs, full butted 531
    80s Cierra Professional 5000, Tange Champion 2 and Shimano 600
    2011 New Belgium Cruiser
    Fetish Cycles "Discipline" built up with DJ2 fork and Shimano XTR, LX, Avid BB7.

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    Oh yeah, sure, what if everyone thought that way? Then internet forums would merely be places where rational people exchange useful information and ideas - instead of the chaotic, emotionally-charged circuses that they are.

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