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Old March 22nd, 2006, 10:20 AM   #1
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Default I breathed new life into my '91 Wicked

I decided to breathe new life into my '91 Wicked. The original bike (which I purchased in Exeter, NH while going to school at UNH) was purple and I had updated it in 1995 with Spinergy wheels, new brakes, and a Rock Shox fork. With my latest renovation, I gave it a new paint job, a Marzocchi fork, new wheels & tires, and a new handle bar & stem. In addition, I kept the old 7 speed setup with the thumby shifters. I was not able to find decals for it so I had my painter (www.vulturecycles.com) make some up for me.

Here are some pics of the new setup (wish I had old pictures to compare):
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Old March 23rd, 2006, 12:42 PM   #2
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Default My My

you're a big boy!!!

seriously that's the biggest 'FAT' I've seen..... Nice though ;-)
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