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Old 01-18-06, 01:47 AM
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Most historic site in MTB History!

This site has most all of the original manufacturer's bike catalogs on PDF going back 15+ years. Check it out! Most of the catalogs are in English some are in German as this is a German based website. Enjoy

http://www.mtb-kataloge.de/
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Old 01-18-06, 02:09 AM
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Ich spreche nicht Deutsches!
Gute Web site. Danke

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Old 01-18-06, 02:21 AM
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velkommen!?
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thanks for the link- a real blast from the past- all those bikes that somehow look new but so old at the same time- I looked up my first "real bike"- a Kuwahara Pacer. I wish I still had it now
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Ooooo! That was fun!
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Old 01-18-06, 02:59 AM
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Couldnt find my giant
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BWhahahaha look at the dual suspension bikes from trek in 94 Ahah

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guys you were supposed too laugh... har har?
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Looks flexy.
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Man, old bikes were gay.
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Yeah but without them we wouldnt have the current crop.

Kirks Enterprise was gay compaired to Picards one too.
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What is 1 inch of suspension going too do for you anyways lol
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Originally Posted by Jason222
Man, old bikes were gay.
what an idiot!!!!!
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Originally Posted by Flak
Kirks Enterprise was gay compaired to Picards one too.
TAKE THAT BACK! Picard didn't even have red doors on the "D," and what's up with the huge saucer? Looks like Ryker wasn't the only one that needed to go on a diet.

It's fascinating to see how bikes have changed in relatively few years.
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Originally Posted by Jason222
Man, old bikes were gay.
See, to me most new bikes look terrible. BTW, in '92 or '93 I rode one of the older, all-aluminum versions of that Trek full suspension bike and it SUCKED. lol
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Originally Posted by iamlucky13
TAKE THAT BACK! Picard didn't even have red doors on the "D," and what's up with the huge saucer? Looks like Ryker wasn't the only one that needed to go on a diet.
I love Kirk, but you cant compare the A to the E, or even the D. Kirk would barely be able to dent the sheilds of the E or D. Although Kirk got way more arse, which has to count for something.

Wow, ive watched too much spike tv.
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