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    Stopped cycling for 8 years after a hard fall.

    Replaced my old Scott Voltage (15 years old), With a 2020 Giant Fathom 2-
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    STF?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakkals. View Post
    Vertel bietjie meer.

    STF?
    Inderdaad, baie skerp Jakkals!
    Jy ken die werk

    Sal môre meer later.
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    I gave my old Momsen Dual Link 9 a make over. New paint, stickers, pivot bearings, BB and chain. It rides as good as it looks!Click image for larger version. 

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    They're nice when they're clean, but just like 4x4s they need to be regularly made dirty.

    I'm a little biased by the Momsen's are just nice looking bikes, they seem to ride well, I'll tell you when I'm qualified to have an opinion.
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    I like Momsen bikes because in addition to being good bikes, they are locally designed in PE. Just wish they would start manufacturing locally too like Pyga.

    I have nearly 15000km on mine now according to Strava. It is a great all rounder, did a Trans Baviaans and a few Enduros in and among all the cross coutry races.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gungets Tuft View Post
    They're nice when they're clean, but just like 4x4s they need to be regularly made dirty.

    I'm a little biased by the Momsen's are just nice looking bikes, they seem to ride well, I'll tell you when I'm qualified to have an opinion.

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    The Lamborghini Urus of mountain bikes
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    The yellow gedrog on the left, lekker for downhill. Cranfield Jedi, may the force be with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady View Post
    The Lamborghini Urus of mountain bikes
    At R 100k I would think twice before taking that baby off the smooth black and if the black is rough I would get off and carry it
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    My 2 BaieSukkels
    1x Niner MCR 29'r Chromoly Steel Hardtail - For them long distances
    1x 2015 Giant Trance 27.5" - for them play times down black and double black routes

    Oh, and I have an old Giant OCR3 roadbike somewhere around here just Justin Case I am asked to do a Double Century again

    Then I still have my first MTB, a GT Avalanche 26" hardtail - The love of my life, but you need to have a spare set of kidneys and go to the dentist each and every time you ride it, it's pretty hard on the body but damn, that things is fast

    Then I am busy restoring my dad's old 1972 Cinelli track bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacques_Nel View Post
    My 2 BaieSukkels
    1x Niner MCR 29'r Chromoly Steel Hardtail - For them long distances
    1x 2015 Giant Trance 27.5" - for them play times down black and double black routes

    Oh, and I have an old Giant OCR3 roadbike somewhere around here just Justin Case I am asked to do a Double Century again

    Then I still have my first MTB, a GT Avalanche 26" hardtail - The love of my life, but you need to have a spare set of kidneys and go to the dentist each and every time you ride it, it's pretty hard on the body but damn, that things is fast

    Then I am busy restoring my dad's old 1972 Cinelli track bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papsak View Post
    Ek dog jy het n Stumpjumper ook?
    Hahaha, nee, ek het mos die Epic gehad vir so 2 jaar maar het nie eintlik my "agressive riding-style" gepas nie

    Het gister so bietjie gaan ry op die Trance en na 12 km het ek besluit dit is nie goed vir die fiets nie... heeltemal bedek met modder, ek en die fiets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacques_Nel View Post
    Hahaha, nee, ek het mos die Epic gehad vir so 2 jaar maar het nie eintlik my "agressive riding-style" gepas nie

    Het gister so bietjie gaan ry op die Trance en na 12 km het ek besluit dit is nie goed vir die fiets nie... heeltemal bedek met modder, ek en die fiets
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