Storck Rebelion

Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.

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tonys26er
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by tonys26er

UpFromOne wrote:u got me! Way to revive a 10 year old thread! :oops:



Still looks great. Who cares that its 10 yrs old? If it rides good then why change it? My mtb is 12 yrs old and still looks great and still rides as good as the day i bought it.

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TheRookie
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by TheRookie

Dufus, its not just the bike being 10 years old, its the thread, reviving it is just dumb.

My Bike (frame) is 12 years old as it happens.
Impoverished weight weenie wanna-be!
Budget 26" HT build viewtopic.php?f=10&t=110956

tonys26er
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by tonys26er

TheRookie wrote:Dufus, its not just the bike being 10 years old, its the thread, reviving it is just dumb.

My Bike (frame) is 12 years old as it happens.



name calling gets no were. shows how good this bike is that people didn't notice its an old thread. dumb is insulting people just because you don't agree. The sort of thing done at school. So this site is just for new bikes and the currant news in cycling? Better not show pictures of old bikes then?

TheRookie
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by TheRookie

Still not reading the point of the post are you? Try again.
Impoverished weight weenie wanna-be!
Budget 26" HT build viewtopic.php?f=10&t=110956

UpFromOne
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by UpFromOne

Point was aiming for the oldest thread revival prize. Or is there an even older one to halfway-believably revive?

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