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Old 11-10-21, 06:31 PM
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Top: 2007 3x8 Giant Sedonia Bottom: 1990 3x7 Fisher Celerity We're not serious off roaders, so they get the job done for us.
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1995 GT Timberline. Great riding bike that works just fine for the relatively tame Midwest singletrack I frequent. Plus I love the look.
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2021 Specialized Fuse.
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Originally Posted by Gravel Rider

2021 Specialized Fuse.
Man, that's a ton of clearance between that fork and drop tube. Top tobe angle saves the nethers, too when you're up on the pedals. Great off road steed. 👍
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Originally Posted by GhenghisKahn


Top: 2007 3x8 Giant Sedonia Bottom: 1990 3x7 Fisher Celerity We're not serious off roaders, so they get the job done for us.

The Fisher is really cool !

You should be able to conquer a lot of trails with those !
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Newest to oldest ? Current machine the SB 100 which is actually a 120 , followed by my Enduro machine a SB-95 - (140 class bike -- but Yeti's ride bigger than they are -- this critter is still relevant on blues and some blacks ) ---- and the 303 DH which has been archived in my mini museum along with the old Pro FRO - dont know if i'll ever be serious enough about downhill that the SB-95 wont be able to handle it








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I need to swap tires on it and actually take it to some dirt but it is a fun little machine.
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I ordered one of these today...

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Originally Posted by veganbikes

I need to swap tires on it and actually take it to some dirt but it is a fun little machine.

Details please?

Seriously though- that is a great looking bike!
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Originally Posted by thehammerdog

Gary Fisher Hookooekoo
Gary Fisher wahoo
Nice !
gotta ask though... is that Budd Lake, Mohawk, Culver, Swartswood.... possibles goes on forever... a ton of great water up there... best ridin country - on and off road !!!
I had a home on Paulinskill ... backed up to Stokes St Forest... Loved it... still wished we could have stayed there (job move...)
I do miss it a bunch....
Ride On
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Originally Posted by cyclezen
Nice !
gotta ask though... is that Budd Lake, Mohawk, Culver, Swartswood.... possibles goes on forever... a ton of great water up there... best ridin country - on and off road !!!
I had a home on Paulinskill ... backed up to Stokes St Forest... Loved it... still wished we could have stayed there (job move...)
I do miss it a bunch....
Ride On
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good call bro called lake aero something n kittatinny park
best riding all around..mahlon dickerson..
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Originally Posted by thehammerdog
good call bro called lake aero something n kittatinny park
best riding all around..mahlon dickerson..
LOL! awesome ! one of my road loops would take me over there... down Goodale, over to Limecrest, by the airport and back up and over thru Newton and down to home...
that was back in the 70's, thru 82... ride opportunities were endless, and every road fun and different ! brings back great memories!
Thx a bunch
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Originally Posted by cyclezen
LOL! awesome ! one of my road loops would take me over there... down Goodale, over to Limecrest, by the airport and back up and over thru Newton and down to home...
that was back in the 70's, thru 82... ride opportunities were endless, and every road fun and different ! brings back great memories!
Thx a bunch
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i have several great road loops trails combo rides from my home..lk mohawk..
​​​love going to glen road...up to jtown...all climbs....rail trails for miles....the gravel bike allows riding on all of it same ride.
be well.
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Originally Posted by DMC707
Details please?

Seriously though- that is a great looking bike!
Thank you, it is a neat bike, rather more aggressive than I care for but still really cool to have in the collection

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just an old entry level GT but it gets me where I want to go
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Did a quick ride today on Ellwood Mesa, on my '04 Spec Epic Comp. Wanted a little acquaintance time with some Chesters I just put on; before heading into the Los Padres back country.
It's served me well and as with all my bikes, it had 'clipless' on it for it's entire time with me - eggbeaters.
Due to health issues, I hadn't ridden it for over 3 yrs, but recently things have come around to where I can feel comfortable again. Although.currently I would put myself at the 'I Suck!' skill level.
Decided using flats would not only be safer, but more quickly allow me to regain and improve what skills I had.
I do like the bike, even though it's clearly old school XC race bred. It will be plenty good until my new Polygon arrives.
Ellwood Mesa, my backyard, is 2 houses down the street and where my kids and I spent a ton of time on our bikes. Composed now of Sperling Preserve and a land trust Managed by UCSB, the area is 500+ acres of undeveloped open space, trails, eucalyptus groves, bluffs and ocean shoreline. A Special Place! with a surprising variety of terrain and ecology. I never tire spending time there and learning more about it and the nature's inhabitants.
Wintering home to what were hundreds of thousands of Monarch butterflies when I first moved there - they sadly have largely disappeared due to disappearing open space in their migration corridors. A project we're all working to repair/resolve. In the past few years Monarch numbers have plummeted to dismal numbers, hopefully, this can be reversed.
Before settlers, the locals were the Chumash Indians.
It has an interesting history - Ellwood Mesa - for those inclined and having interest:
https://goletahistory.com/whos-ellwood/


'04 Specialized Epic Comp on Ellwood Mesa
Anyway, the Chesters are Awesome ! I am stoked to get some skills honed again and get into the places I love!
Ride on
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1993 Performance M103. Made by KHS out of True Temper OX Ultra 2 tubing for Performance. The fork is an 1983ish Tange BiPlane from a Specialized StumpJumper. The voodoo decals were leftovers from a previous restomod I did and were just a placeholder for the KHS decals.

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1993 Performance M103. Made by KHS out of True Temper OX Ultra 2 tubing for Performance. The fork is an 1983ish Tange BiPlane from a Specialized StumpJumper. The voodoo decals were leftovers from a previous restomod I did and were just a placeholder for the KHS decals.
looks great.
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