post #1 of Old 06-27-2009, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
GregB_00XJ
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Mountain Biking Cherokee Owners... whats your ride?

Hey All,
I have seen a number of you on here talking about Mountain Biking and a bunch of shots of your rigs with your bikes on them. I just did a weekend trip to Whistler for some DH fun and the Cherokee was a SWEET vehicle to haul all of our stuff.

Any shots of your rigs and bikes? Whats your bike? DH/XC/AM? What was your last MTB + Jeep road trip? What rack are you rolling with?

Last trip...





I am rolling on a 2007 Norco Shore Freeride bike. Sweet kit, 2009 Domain, Hadley Hubs, Shimano Drivetrain all loaded on a 2000 Cherokee Classic (see Profile for details).

I have a new closeup bike photo somewhere...lol




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post #2 of Old 06-27-2009, 04:27 PM
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mines a cannondale sm800
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post #3 of Old 06-27-2009, 08:33 PM
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post #4 of Old 06-27-2009, 09:11 PM
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no pics, but I had an 07 perp II, sold it though, so now all I have is an 06' Kona stuff custom build, just a street/dj bike. will be getting a specialized demo 7 within the next month or so. I'm very jealous you made it whistler, I'd love to go there.
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post #5 of Old 06-27-2009, 10:27 PM
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im not too crazy into MT biking but i run a trek 4300 that i built, shimano drivetrain and mechanical discs, and a manitou super skareb fork, it is a super light XC fork, but when i am hill climbing i have to struggle to keep the front on the ground, i forget what model of sun rims im running, and then some kenda 2.3s

its not a wild bike, but i have to ride it to school during the year too, so i need decent road tires too.
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post #7 of Old 06-28-2009, 12:08 AM
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actually riding it


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Surly 1x1, rigid fork, Salsa rims, Paul hubs, Botrager carbon handlebar and seat post, Bontrager Race X Lite stem, Race Face Turbine crank, Aliante saddle.....

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post #9 of Old 06-28-2009, 01:02 PM
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Surly 1x1, rigid fork, Salsa rims, Paul hubs, Botrager carbon handlebar and seat post, Bontrager Race X Lite stem, Race Face Turbine crank, Aliante saddle.....
pix of said beast? sounds fun

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im not too crazy into MT biking but i run a trek 4300 that i built, shimano drivetrain and mechanical discs, and a manitou super skareb fork, it is a super light XC fork, but when i am hill climbing i have to struggle to keep the front on the ground, i forget what model of sun rims im running, and then some kenda 2.3s

its not a wild bike, but i have to ride it to school during the year too, so i need decent road tires too.
jeep is in the sig.
lower your air pressure and a slighty shorter stem will help keep your front tire down. and use a harder gear for those hills, too much torque in the easier gears

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pix of said beast? sounds fun
i'll have to take some pics of it. i've been a professional bike mechanic for over 15 years, so i get pretty good deals on stuff. i'm a single speeder for sure. living in the middle of Indiana, there arens' too many hills, so the need for gears is pretty much non existent, unless you go to hoosier national forest. there are some pretty tough climbs there. it's still do-able on an SS bike with a 20 tooth rear cog though!

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i'll have to take some pics of it. i've been a professional bike mechanic for over 15 years, so i get pretty good deals on stuff. i'm a single speeder for sure. living in the middle of Indiana, there arens' too many hills, so the need for gears is pretty much non existent, unless you go to hoosier national forest. there are some pretty tough climbs there. it's still do-able on an SS bike with a 20 tooth rear cog though!
sweet i'm not the only bike mechanic here! i run mine single speed sometimes, 32-16 gearing, even with the hills. there's few climbs i dont make with that gearing.

and since this is pic thread, here's my other ride!

carving at FDR


up rail and a park in western PA

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pic whoring

old one, tailwhip

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