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Old 04-27-05, 10:16 PM
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jeff williams
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Originally Posted by luker
you'd have to be pretty tough to race a 1991 TR nowadays. Racing stuff goes down the toilet after a couple of years. You could make it a single speed and compete in the real man category tho, you'd still be competitive there (likely the only entrant!).
As far as I know, THE bike was not raced =still worth riding, not a noodle or likely to have the tube failure.
I doubt myself or the bike are 'contenders' really. I might entry level XC race it..it's heavy @ 22 lbs, but I practice hillsprints. Grrrr!

No.....it's my all-round bike, and so solid.
I'd have to spend 700 to get a solid bike that would last 5 yrs, this one is funky, rides great, custom to my fit\ride style AND I had the great past time of building\restoring\tweaking it.
I had my fun, and still do.

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