from an a line to a glory

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ellsbells1973
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from an a line to a glory

Postby ellsbells1973 » Fri Feb 15, 2013 22:57 pm

a mid life crisis looms and have fallen for the dazzling lights of downhill, i originally started with the norco which i only paid just over 400 for 3 months ago, and now the only thing that remains are the disc rotors
donar bike- norco a line vps from 2004
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101-FE90F2B4-297577-960 by ellsbells1973, on Flickr
a couple of upgrades later
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norco a line by ellsbells1973, on Flickr
finally to this 2008 glory 8.8
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giant glory by ellsbells1973, on Flickr
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medium 2008 glory dh 8.8 frame with a rocco world cup shock
2009 boxxer world cups
deemax ultimate wheels with high roller II tyres
deore brakes with 203mm rotors
zee shifter and rear mech with a 105 cassette
diablous cranks, hope 34t ring, saint bb and superstar chain device
superstar bars, e13 direct mount stem, superstar taper headset
troy lee grips, spoon saddle and v8 pedals

ilovedirt
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Re: from an a line to a glory

Postby ilovedirt » Sat Feb 16, 2013 17:42 pm

Not too shabby, that glory is a much better bike than the norco :)
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RockmonkeySC
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Re: from an a line to a glory

Postby RockmonkeySC » Sat Feb 16, 2013 18:58 pm

Them old Glory's are great bikes. Almost as indestructible as the A-Line but a much better DH bike.


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