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Old 11-25-13, 07:51 PM
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I personally never felt the big step up with V brakes compared to canti's (different opinion when hydraulic disc brakes appeared) but if it made you more comfortable at high speeds bitd right on. Certainly we all made what we felt were major/minor upgrades to our bikes constantly over time as things broke or we just felt the need. Now you have a beautiful foundation for a restore from an era past by new technology. The time is ripe to put it together as it once was new or how you always dreamed it to be. That Fat is a jewel. Or just pull the kid trailer for a few more years with it as it is and then restore it in another decade or so. Whatever you do, enjoy the heck out of it. It's not going to look right though until it wears a nice set of M734's again.
It's definitely not a closet queen, it gets ridden regularly. I ordered the frame through Outback bikes in Atlanta sometime in 90, they built it up with Specialized and Deore XT, and I have been riding it consistently since that time. The V brakes are the only "modern" upgrade, and the 734's are in the shed all packed up in case I need them. Until it's ready for a museum, I'll be riding the heck out of it.
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Mini Mountaineer

In the latter part of this summer I came across this gem, a Norco Mini Mountaineer, while helping a friend clean out his shed for moving. He knows I have grand daughters and gave it to me that day. A few days later he found the original bill and owners manual. I cleaned the bike up and tuned and lubed it and it sparkles like new. Original price was $279 in 1991. A lot of coin for a kids bike.
My grand daughter loves it (the colour) but doesn't appreciate its vintage. Her Dad and I do though.

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Old 11-26-13, 09:03 PM
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I had a chance to pick up this 1993 Cannondale M500 yesterday in a parts swap, traded away some modern take offs that I'd never use. The original owner's son outgrew the bike years ago and it hung in the garage for years until recently when grandpa got ahold of some allen wrenches and created a neighborhood thriller. The old geezer was a tiny guy based on the slammed seat post but he wanted high rise bars, definitely the most wonky set up I've ever seen! I'm going to strip it down, redo everything and polish the frame, I have a 7 speed LX group in the bin that will do nicely. My 8 year old daughter is on a 12" frame 1995 Barracuda, her first 26" wheel bike, by the time she outgrows the 'Cuda, I'll have this C'dale dialed in and ready to go. The guy I swapped with had built his son a nice little hardtail back in the day, a few highlights are a Kore 27.2 seat post, MKS MT LUX pedals (feathery Japanese pedals similar to the Low-Fat pedals), a Girvin Flex-Stem, a Ritchey Force Lite handlebar, and custom wheels with Ritchey Vantage hoops. Once it's polished and built with the LX components, I'll post some updated photos, until then here a some shots of the bike as I received it.

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Old 11-26-13, 11:36 PM
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That stem looks dangerous. Good foundation. Cool bars.
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Old 11-29-13, 12:38 PM
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Originally Posted by neo_pop_71 View Post
I had a chance to pick up this 1993 Cannondale M500 yesterday in a parts swap, traded away some modern take offs that I'd never use. The original owner's son outgrew the bike years ago and it hung in the garage for years until recently when grandpa got ahold of some allen wrenches and created a neighborhood thriller. The old geezer was a tiny guy based on the slammed seat post but he wanted high rise bars, definitely the most wonky set up I've ever seen! I'm going to strip it down, redo everything and polish the frame, I have a 7 speed LX group in the bin that will do nicely. My 8 year old daughter is on a 12" frame 1995 Barracuda, her first 26" wheel bike, by the time she outgrows the 'Cuda, I'll have this C'dale dialed in and ready to go. The guy I swapped with had built his son a nice little hardtail back in the day, a few highlights are a Kore 27.2 seat post, MKS MT LUX pedals (feathery Japanese pedals similar to the Low-Fat pedals), a Girvin Flex-Stem, a Ritchey Force Lite handlebar, and custom wheels with Ritchey Vantage hoops. Once it's polished and built with the LX components, I'll post some updated photos, until then here a some shots of the bike as I received it.

Nice find! I picked up one of these series 3.8 in a M300 LE back in Boston. Nice frameset, can't wait to see how it looks all polished up! Hope you write up your steps.
I'm doing the same thing to an 18" '92 Alpinestars AL-Mega-DX frame. I picked up some Jasco stripper, but it took forever to just do the head tube!
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I have an NOS girvin, same as one on the C-dale, I was thinking about trying out. The stem pictured above has the bolt removed and is flipped up. I am not sure if it is loose of as been somehow fastened in the upright position (looks loose and dangerous to me also).

I need to photograph my rocky frames in the as found state and get them up here. Then I should start a build thread for the edge and the blizzard.
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Old 11-29-13, 05:23 PM
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Nice find! I picked up one of these series 3.8 in a M300 LE back in Boston. Nice frameset, can't wait to see how it looks all polished up! Hope you write up your steps.
I'm doing the same thing to an 18" '92 Alpinestars AL-Mega-DX frame. I picked up some Jasco stripper, but it took forever to just do the head tube!
Thanks WNG, since I don't have any cash into the bike at this point, I don't mind popping for media blasting and polishing. I've only collected a few names of polishers that come with high praise from my old car buddies. My other option is to ball peen blast the frame after it's stripped. I had an early 90s Zaskar that had a ball peen finish and I liked that look just as much as my polished Zaskar.

I like the Alpinestars bikes, just like I like the ParkPre, Easton Reflex, and all the other obscure brands that came and went in the 80s and 90s. I had an Al-Mega that I sold to a buddy after he hounded me for years. I dig the "e-stay" (elevated chain stay) frames, I'm escpecially partial to the Richard Cunningham Nishikis. I did a dirt drop/gravel grinder build with a 1990 double butted Tange 4130 Nishiki Ariel and a 1x9 96'er build with a 1989 double butted Tange Prestige Nishiki Alien. I have an article from a September '93 Mountain Bike Action magazine that I'll attach to this message. Also, there was a thread on MTBR about a restored Al-Mega, supposedly it was painted Candy Red by accident in a big run. When you see the finished bike I'm sure you'll agree that it's a fabulous mistake. It's easily the best looking Alpinestars bike that I've ever seen, it's beautiful!!!

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My first Ritchey

Today I picked up this 1988 from the original owner. He was a great guy that had worked in the bike industry and was nice enough to throw in a bunch of goodies. I had recently purchased a beautiful Eddy Merckx from him and saw the Ritchey hanging up with a mangled rear derailleur. I tried to buy then, however he wasn't sure about selling. After a week or two of thought and a good offer, he was kind enough to sell. I have wanted one of these forever and can't wait to get a new derailluer and original fork back on.















Anyone have one of these Mavics for sale???



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Holy cow! How many basically NOS Ritchey Super Comp bikes hit the market? Vonruden you are one lucky cat!!! First the Stumpy, then the Merckx, and now the Ritchey? Whatta 'ya tryin' to do... make everyone green with envy?!!! Enough already, let us try and catch up!
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Originally Posted by neo_pop_71 View Post
It's easily the best looking Alpinestars bike that I've ever seen, it's beautiful!!!

Oh man, that's drool worthy!!!

I also have a fascination for the e-stay frames. A special chapter in mtb development. With one of our own here (ftwelder) being it's father.
I once found a Nishiki Ariel back in Boston, but seller wanted $300! Couldn't justify it and had to pass.
After moving to PHX, I picked up my 1st e-stay. It was a taiwanese copy of the Panasonic MC e-stay. I was thrilled, for only $15.
But we all know about the fate of it and all the rest.
(The Cannondale M300 LE, and a ball-burnished 96 Diamond Back Sorrento SE came with me. So I really like the nude aluminum look. Both are casualties. )


The AL-Mega-DX was a lucky CL find. Unwanted and incomplete, but only $10!!! For frame, fork, bars, aftermarket brakes, XT hubs, XTR RD, and the factory DX FD. As you already know, this frame uses this endless band FD body.
I think it was meant to be, and I wasn't to be denied.
I now have a Deore DX crank, cantis, and brake levers. But this one will be a long term project, given my want of a polished aluminum finish. This is my best-of-both-worlds project.
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Holy cow! How many basically NOS Ritchey Super Comp bikes hit the market? Vonruden you are one lucky cat!!! First the Stumpy, then the Merckx, and now the Ritchey? Whatta 'ya tryin' to do... make everyone green with envy?!!! Enough already, let us try and catch up!
Sorry, if it makes you feel any better, I now need to sell my 1976 Orange Colnago to pay for them. The Colnago is to small, but the Ritchey and Merckx were just my size.
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Sorry, if it makes you feel any better, I now need to sell my 1976 Orange Colnago to pay for them. The Colnago is to small, but the Ritchey and Merckx were just my size.
What size is your Colnago?

Btw Very cool Ritchey. I'll look around for the Mavic.

I know I don't have one, but I know someone locally that might have one in a stash.
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Originally Posted by WNG View Post
The AL-Mega-DX was a lucky CL find. Unwanted and incomplete, but only $10!!! For frame, fork, bars, aftermarket brakes, XT hubs, XTR RD, and the factory DX FD. As you already know, this frame uses this endless band FD body.
I think it was meant to be, and I wasn't to be denied.
I now have a Deore DX crank, cantis, and brake levers. But this one will be a long term project, given my want of a polished aluminum finish. This is my best-of-both-worlds project.
Wow! That is deal for sure, certainly not one to pass up at that price! Given all the DX present, you should swap my pristine DX rear derailleur for your mismatched XTR, no reason to let the XTR clutter up your drivetrain. Just send me the address and it's yours... any other XTR bits cloggin' up your part bins?

Congrats brother, always nice to see good things come your way!!!

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Sorry, if it makes you feel any better, I now need to sell my 1976 Orange Colnago to pay for them. The Colnago is to small, but the Ritchey and Merckx were just my size.
Nope! Vonruden, it doesn't make me feel any better... poor you, that you have to part with your ill-fitting Colnago to gain a pristine pair of perfect fitting Ritchey and Merckx bikes! C'mon man, what else? Did you hit the Powerball Lotto too and we're supposed to feel bad for you because you had to pay taxes?!!!

Always in fun, compadre... looking forward to seeing detailed threads for both with plenty of drool-worthy photos!
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thanks Neo, you have some nice bikes as well...no sympathy from me


Grady, I believe the Colnago is 22 ctc on both ST & TT, which is a 56cm ctc. If it was 58-60, I wouldn't consider parting...I'm still unsure. Thanks for checking on the Mavic rear. I'm looking for the version with the Yellow and Green sticker. I believe its an 870 or VTT model.
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My 1996 Proflex XP-X works.



And my 1993 KHS Montana Pro.

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thanks Neo, you have some nice bikes as well...no sympathy from me


Grady, I believe the Colnago is 22 ctc on both ST & TT, which is a 56cm ctc. If it was 58-60, I wouldn't consider parting...I'm still unsure. Thanks for checking on the Mavic rear. I'm looking for the version with the Yellow and Green sticker. I believe its an 870 or VTT model.
Unfortunately the Colnago is a little small for me.

Otherwise, I would have to break my "no new bicycles" for Grady rule.

I really admire that one.

As for the Mavic, I have a friend in from out of town that wants to hit a few shops today.

There are a couple that I might get lucky at, plus I have an old friend that collects nothing but mtbs and parts.

Never hurts to ask these guys.
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Unfortunately the Colnago is a little small for me.

Otherwise, I would have to break my "no new bicycles" for Grady rule.

I really admire that one.

As for the Mavic, I have a friend in from out of town that wants to hit a few shops today.

There are a couple that I might get lucky at, plus I have an old friend that collects nothing but mtbs and parts.

Never hurts to ask these guys.
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My 1996 Proflex XP-X works.
And my 1993 KHS Montana Pro.
Very nice rides. I especially like the KHS and can invision it with flat bars, and a 0 degree stem and a zero offset post and flight... like it probably would have been set up BITD and it would look so sweet, but I am sure it is more function in that configuration... lovely ride.
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164 pages and I'm the first to post up a Raleigh Edge?



Really fun bike on the trails. Mostly original with the exception of the saddle and Hite-Rite which I added. Managed to fit a 2.4" tire on the front! The 24/26 wheel setup is very funky. The bike climbs great though, and always gets a lot of attention at the trail head.
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Anybody pinpoint the year on this Stumpjumper? Picked the pair up this afternoon from a nice retired fellow. Said there were 17 emails after mine. I had even offered $10 over asking price on the pair, but he refused to take the extra money. Very nice transaction.

From searching all year for one, now I have 3, at least for the time being, including the 1986. Photos are both "as purchased."




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Looks like a 1988.
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6 or 7 speed. 730/732?

Edit: Nevermind, I think Ish nailed it.
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