Though our beloved forum deserves a place dedicated to vintage mountain bike, here you can post any kind of vintage off road whip, including yours..
Good initiative !
Neo-retro and/or townies acceptable, or period-correct only?
Neo & townies are welcome
Aight apologies up front for my weird tastes in this stuff.
No idea whether they were good, but as a teenager I was loving these "SBIKES" in the mountain bike magazines. Never seen one in real life.
Bought this tank few days ago:
Some stuff to do, sounds like a winter project
1997 ( I think ) Heckler
I did. A friend had exactly the same as this one. Except from the design they weren't that fantastic.
My unfinished project
Another one of mine
Really nice one, love the wheels..
Would it be a shame to mount some V-brake on a vintage MTB ?
No pictures to add to this, just wanted to request that the thread title be changed to something confusing and impenetrable so no-one can actually understand what niche category they are viewing. Also acronym like HBTARMTB or summat.
good thread good thread
Paint scheme recently dug out of the archive
paging @picco for a shot of his decathlon ... yep you read right.
@Skülly retrobikers would grumble at it being called retro. It's no Overburys.
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