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so, wheres the eurobike pictures ?

vitox

Turbo Monkey
Sep 23, 2001
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humprabbit said:
Yeah for some reason!!!!

Im liking the zonenshein DH1.

W.

new gear box bike on the block, quite interesting, they have a very characteristic approach to the design, sort of ghetto but at the same time it looks very simple and effective, i like it.

 

humprabbit

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TBH the gearbox bike was a surprise to me. LOL

But I will get to the bottom of it next week in Fort William.
 

Spitfired

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Jun 18, 2004
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On that gearbox bike, did anybody else catch the name of the company?
"Racing Bikes". I thought that was kinda funny.
Also, I love teh expressions on those euro's faces, and the mostly naked painted chick.
 

ÆX

Turbo Monkey
Sep 8, 2001
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amarillo

ÆX

Turbo Monkey
Sep 8, 2001
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amarillo
Spitfired said:
On that gearbox bike, did anybody else catch the name of the company?
"Racing Bikes". I thought that was kinda funny.
Also, I love teh expressions on those euro's faces, and the mostly naked painted chick.
 

ÆX

Turbo Monkey
Sep 8, 2001
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amarillo
pot belly,.................lol

man there are a lot of custom parts on that bike.
but he is running a normal dished rear hub?





 

ÆX

Turbo Monkey
Sep 8, 2001
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oly said:
i saw a german couple on bigger versions of those bikes on the shore a few weeks back. Looked really cool. Suspension looked to be real smooth....
i think its b/c they have single crown and schwalbe :p
 

bizutch

Delicate CUSTOM flower
Dec 11, 2001
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Over your shoulder whispering
These should have been there but are probably too new and under
the radar, but deserve a spotlight anyway..Industry Nine freeride
wheelset. Around a full pound lighter than a comparable freeride
wheelset...and you can use your own rim.
http://www.hcor.net/postlite23096-industry+nine.html




Saw these bad boys in person and they are AWESOME to behold.
NO nipples b/c the spoke itself has the nipple flats machined into the
tip of the spoke itself and threads straight into the hub itself. You
can't see but the spoke flares out near the hub and the head is substantially bulkier at the threads.