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These are the bikes I currently own

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Ellsworth Epiphany (2007 Model)

This is my main Mountain bike with 5" Travel Front and rear

It has XTR Components throughout (Disc brakes),Thomson Stem, Gravity Dropper post (4" drop), Terry Ti-Fly Saddle, Easton EA70 Riser bars, lizard skins grips, RP23 rear Air Shock, Fox XTT 130mm front fork, Chris King Headset, XTR Wheelset.

Bought the frame from Freeborn Bikes in Horsham.

Ellsworth Bikes Website

Ellsworth Truth (2005 Model)

It has XTR Components throughout (Disc brakes), RaceFace Deux Stem and Seat Post, Terry Ti-Fly Saddle, Easton EA70 Riser bars, lizard skins grips, 5th Element rear Air Shock, Fox Talas RLC front fork, Chris King Headset, XTR Wheelset.

This bike got me back into mountain biking, as a year before I bought it I'd broken my collar bone biking, and had not been riding seriously since then. But after I got this bike the mountain biking Bug had me again.

I bought the frame and most of the components from Freeborn Bikes in Horsham, and built it myself.

Ellsworth Bikes Website

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Specialized Allez Elite

This is my road bike which I use to get some fast miles in when the conditions are too bad to cycle off road. Bought from our local bike shop Rayment Cycles

http://www.specialized.com/

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These are the bikes i used to own

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Marin Mountvision Pro

Originally ordered this bike from Sunshine Bikes a bike shop in Marin county, California before I went on a biking holiday there and I saved a lot of money over the UK list price. Had to get rid of it in 2007 due to lack of room in my Garage.

Marin Bikes Web Site

GT RTS-1

This was my first full suspension mountain bike, finally gave it away in 2008 when i found a crack in its rear chainstays.

GT bikes Website

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Pace RC20

Great very stiff box section frame on this bike, only reason i sold it was I wanted to have a full suspension bike.

Pace bikes Website

Cannondale

I cant remember the name of this bike. But i do remember wanting to have a mega stiff bike, and boy this bike was stiff.

Cannondale bikes Website

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Other bikes I remember having were a Saracen Kiwi Flyer (the one with the elevated chainstays), A Dawes Escape and my very first mountain Bike a Dawes Wildcat.

Click to Enlarge I used to own a Mercedes SLK. But while the car was having work done to it, I was given a loan car with a large hatchback. I used this car to ferry my mountain bike to rides further a field. I enjoyed doing this so much that I sold the SLK and bought a more practical BMW 1 Series which I can bung a bike in the back of easily. Its not as much fun to drive as the SLK, but the ability to carry a bike around makes up for it - the things we do for riding 8-) Click to Enlarge

 

These are the bikes my wife currently owns

Santa Cruz - Juliana SL

We ordered this bike on line from SpeedGoat , and then had it shipped to a hotel in Florida when we went on holiday there, and saved approx £1000 on the UK list price.

It has XTR components throughout (Disc brakes), hand built wheels XTR on Mavic 717, Fox Forx Float 100 RLC, Chris king headset, Raceface bar, Thomson Stem and Seat post, Terry Butterfly saddle , Panaracer Dart / Smoke 2.1" tyres.

Santa Cruz web Site

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Kona Hahanna

This is her bad weather bike , which is used when the trails are too muddy for her shiny Santa Cruz. It was her first mountain bike, and when we first got together she rode this bike along the length of the Southdown's way (110 miles) in 1 day.

Kona Bikes Website

Specialized Dolce Elite

Nice women's specific road bike with components specially designed for smaller women. Bought from our local bike shop Rayment Cycles

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She used to own the following bike

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Marin Mount Vision

Her first full suspension bike, which we ordered over the telephone before flying out for a holiday from Rebel Sports in St George, Utah, and got at a substantial cost saving over the UK price.

 

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