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Old 10-06-09, 07:10 PM
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I have two Specialized MTBs that see lots of use. One on left is a Stumpy with a modern 1x9 drivetrain and huge Big Apple tires. A real tank and about as much fun as a bike can be. One on left is a heavily modified Rockhopper that has been powdercoated and has a fixed drivetrain. It is a surprisingly sweet ride.

And sorry, I have posted these two photos a million times in various threads.

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Originally Posted by bigwoo View Post
Here's my 1991 w/ full Suntour X-Press
I love Suntour X-press. Best upright-bar shifting I've ever seen. One single pass of the thumb can shift through the entire cluster. Fantastic!

Take that, ShimaNO.

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Old 10-07-09, 03:04 AM
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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
I love Suntour X-press. Best upright-bar shifting I've ever seen. One single pass of the thumb can shift through the entire cluster. Fantastic!

Take that, ShimaNO.

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Kurt you can do that with any 6 or 7 sp SL-M62 thumb shifter. I've got 3 bikes with them now.
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OK it's time to dust this thread, because the steel Rockhopper deserves it !

Here's another pic of my 1994 "roadsterised" RH.



And here's a pic of my mint 1997 Rockhopper, the last of the steel RHs.
I love that silver color !



It features a Nitanium frame (Ritchey specified steel with traces of titanium and niobium), Ritchey wheels, XT rear der, STX-RC front der and shifters, Dia Compe brakes and headset, Spesh cranks.
Since the picture I've put on a less dork saddle, a 17deg Procraft stem with a Truvativ Stylo 45mm handlebar. One last thing I want to change is the tires, maybe for fat fast rolling ones from Continental or Schwalbe. The idea is to turn it into a 50% town, 50% country fun machine.

I haven't weighted it yet but it feels like it's in the 29lbs range, and if I'm not mistaken heavier than my 1994, surprisingly.
But anyway it has a brilliant geometry and is super very fun to ride !

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OK now there is a late 90's I will post pics of my 97 purchased new. Used it as a commuter and put over 700 miles on it in 2008 after 30 years of no riding.

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Originally Posted by knzn View Post
Here is mine. According you your chart, and mine being a RockHopper "Comp," it should be a 1988 model and DiNucci Green or White/Blue. Mine is a slate grey though. Hmm.
What caught my attention when I saw this picture was not the bike or the kickstand, but the Cannondale water bottle. I am impressed that you managed to keep it clean for this long; my was trash several years ago.

I have heard that this design was discontinued because trail riders had problems with the bottle falling off. Has this been a problem for you? I recall it happening a few times on the road on my Viscount.

I am afraid to see what the clamp did to the paint on the frame; so I recently bought another bottle that was close in size and some velcro strips with adhesive on the back, stuck them to the bottle, and I am back in business.

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Oh goody!

An excuse to post my 1984 Stumjumper Sport!!!

I bought it from the original owner in January- he gave me a copy of the receipt from the bike store, dated in Dec of 84.

When I got it, it had a Bontrager rear rim, LX rear hub, XT RD, AG Tech FD, Mongoose pedals with a replacement gel saddle. The frame and paint are in nice shape- and it's a great bike and a great rider.





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Originally Posted by jhefner View Post
What caught my attention when I saw this picture was not the bike or the kickstand, but the Cannondale water bottle. I am impressed that you managed to keep it clean for this long; my was trash several years ago.

I have heard that this design was discontinued because trail riders had problems with the bottle falling off. Has this been a problem for you?

-James
I got the bike as is off of craigs list a few years ago. It had barely been ridden and garaged the whole time by the original owner. The water bottle is still clean and in tact because I don't use it! lol-----I thought it was kind of a collector thing so I take it off when I ride and drink out of a camelback.
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Originally Posted by The Golden Boy View Post





Nice - love the lugs and the fork crown on the Stumpy, but I have to say...it was really hard to keep my eyes on the bike when you've got SEVERAL thousand dollars worth of quality British amplification sitting behind it.

I'll trade you an old Stumpjumper for your Vox AC30, or maybe for the Orange head.

Nice rig. I have a somewhat-old Stumpy I picked up at a Garage sale for $10, currently sitting waiting to be rebuilt. This thread is really making me wonder why I haven't built it up...
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Originally Posted by Maddox View Post
Nice - love the lugs and the fork crown on the Stumpy, but I have to say...it was really hard to keep my eyes on the bike when you've got SEVERAL thousand dollars worth of quality British amplification sitting behind it.

I'll trade you an old Stumpjumper for your Vox AC30, or maybe for the Orange head.

Nice rig. I have a somewhat-old Stumpy I picked up at a Garage sale for $10, currently sitting waiting to be rebuilt. This thread is really making me wonder why I haven't built it up...
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Notice in that first picture- on the black Marshall cab- that's a bag of ear plugs- needed when you crank up the Orange. 80w of Orange through a 4x12 will lay a hurtin' on your ears without hearing protection...
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Old 08-04-10, 08:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Karloman View Post
OK it's time to dust this thread, because the steel Rockhopper deserves it !

Here's another pic of my 1994 "roadsterised" RH.

I am just getting back into cycling since I was a kid, and decided to go the used route first. Picked up what looks to be an identical Specialized RockHopper (minus the roadsterization), the 1994 model. Its got all Shimano goodies, and the original (though in great shape) Specialized tires. The seat has been replaced and is pretty nice, there is some rust and scratches, so I might look into getting some touch up paint.

Going to take it to my local bike shop tomorrow or the next day to have it tuned up! I am really excited to work on this bike, I feel like from what people in this thread have said, its a good solid bike to work with. I took it for the first official ride and really enjoyed the ride, it was surprisingly fast on a paved trail, and it feels sturdy.

It looks like these are V-brakes (excuse my ignorance), I have read that the side-pull breaks are best, is this something worth considering? The pads still have 1/4" left on the grooves.
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Originally Posted by rnzinser View Post
I am just getting back into cycling since I was a kid, and decided to go the used route first. Picked up what looks to be an identical Specialized RockHopper (minus the roadsterization), the 1994 model. Its got all Shimano goodies, and the original (though in great shape) Specialized tires. The seat has been replaced and is pretty nice, there is some rust and scratches, so I might look into getting some touch up paint.

Going to take it to my local bike shop tomorrow or the next day to have it tuned up! I am really excited to work on this bike, I feel like from what people in this thread have said, its a good solid bike to work with. I took it for the first official ride and really enjoyed the ride, it was surprisingly fast on a paved trail, and it feels sturdy.

It looks like these are V-brakes (excuse my ignorance), I have read that the side-pull breaks are best, is this something worth considering? The pads still have 1/4" left on the grooves.
No, those are canti brakes. They'll work just fine. Personally, I'd just keep the original equipment on there. Yes, the V-Brakes (aka side-pull brakes) are more powerful, and discs are even more powerful than that, but people rode and raced canti's for years. Still do today (cyclocross). Just get some good pads (kool stop) and you're good to go.

I actually just picked up a 93 Rockhopper Sport. I'm trying to decide whether I should give her a good tune up or de-gear it and go singlespeed/fixed.
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Ah thanks for the correction, when I have it tuned up I will mention that brand of brake pads. Nice to know people are still rolling in the vintage gear =)
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Stumbled on this one again while doing a search. My contribution to the old Rockhoppers.

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BOTTOM BRACKET

Moving parts from a medium to a large Rockhopper Comp. Sold the medium, so does anyone have any idea of BB cartridge length? Year of bike is probably early-mid 90s. No suspension, TIG steel, dark green with magenta lettering. Looks like the photo above in post #62.

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I believe the spindle on my 1990 Comp is 126.5mm, and the BB shell is 73mm wide. I installed a Deore 7EL spindle in the bike just a few months ago when Loosescrews had them on their closeout list.

Seems like a good time for a pic

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My 1992 purple to blue fade, with a bunch of upgrades. New Bontrager saddle, FSA seat post, Salsa bars, Vintage ergo grips, STX thumb shifter/brake combo, upgraded to LX rear derailour, SPD clipless pedals. It's steal and heavy, but a great riding bike.


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Oh, 1991 Rockhopper Comp. Just off the stand. A $40 grab off of CL - stripped, cleaned and purpled. It's a 1X9 with SRAM X7. Added a pair of Velociraptors.

In the wild, still having seatpost issues, never got on well with QR seatpost binders - and the seat is a bit upturned. Would have liked it to be a size bigger but in a real nice ride at 24 lbs.
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Updated with Marathon SL. Added a Avid bb7 I found on CL this week.
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When I joined the Santa Cruz Police Department in 1991 I was soon put in charge of the bicycle patrol program. At the time the department had bought some low end gas pipe Bridgestones, but we also had our pick of recovered and unclaimed bikes. I immediately glaumed on to a 1988 Rockhopper identical to the one pictured. Even after we picked up some Superlights years later, I left them for the younger officers and rode the bike until I retired. This post makes me wonder if they still have the bike today; I'll have to check.



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Updated with Marathon SL. Added a Avid bb7 I found on CL this week.
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Did you add that fork? If so, you really through your geometry way off.
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I did, once my weight is on it it goes to the normal geometry. I was worried about that initially, but with air pressure adjustment, I can get it back to normal and still have a good ride.
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Originally Posted by Karloman View Post
And here's a pic of my mint 1997 Rockhopper, the last of the steel RHs.
I love that silver color !



It features a Nitanium frame (Ritchey specified steel with traces of titanium and niobium), Ritchey wheels, XT rear der, STX-RC front der and shifters, Dia Compe brakes and headset, Spesh cranks.
Since the picture I've put on a less dork saddle, a 17deg Procraft stem with a Truvativ Stylo 45mm handlebar. One last thing I want to change is the tires, maybe for fat fast rolling ones from Continental or Schwalbe. The idea is to turn it into a 50% town, 50% country fun machine.

I haven't weighted it yet but it feels like it's in the 29lbs range, and if I'm not mistaken heavier than my 1994, surprisingly.
But anyway it has a brilliant geometry and is super very fun to ride !
The "dork" saddle was the first thing that caught my eye and I like it.

Maybe I'm a dork.
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Updated with Marathon SL. Added a Avid bb7 I found on CL this week.
I like that downtube logo on there.
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The chain is an easy fix, and if the seat adjustment is ok for you, then it is only academic. However, value on that bike because of condition is not very much. At 1.5 miles, you can always walk in a pinch, but if you are looking for dependability, I would be concerned about whether the BB and headset may be partly corroded due to the fact that the chain and rear cluster look as if they have been exposed to the elements, and the seat post could indicate the same... Possibly not stored real well.

I would personally keep looking.
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