The birth of mountain bikes

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John Lindstrom
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Re: The birth of mountain bikes

#16 Post by John Lindstrom » Sat May 26, 2018 4:51 pm

Tom Ritchie can still be found riding the roads out on the coast. His frames from the early eighties have held up well. But I still prefer an old schwinn

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Re: The birth of mountain bikes

#17 Post by Rusty Ferrell » Sun May 27, 2018 10:20 am

Living in Utah in the 70sand 80s bought my first mountain bike, a stump jumper, stolen then bought a Ritchey Commando that I still have. Wonderful classic, haven’t ridden it in years.
Thank you Tom,
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Re: The birth of mountain bikes

#18 Post by neilbardsley » Mon May 28, 2018 5:53 am

Rusty Ferrell wrote:Living in Utah in the 70sand 80s bought my first mountain bike, a stump jumper, stolen then bought a Ritchey Commando that I still have. Wonderful classic, haven’t ridden it in years.
Thank you Tom,
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I only been to Utah once (I was in Provo for 3 weeks) but would love to ride in your National Parks. They look stunning.

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