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    Since there weren't any hits when I did a search for Hunter bikes, I figured I would take the liberty to start a new thread for them with the hope that there are others out there and will be posted up for all to enjoy/view.

    My Hunter CX
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    Rick brazed up the stem that's on my McClung. Nice guy to deal with and I really like the way it came out...

     

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    al415-
    Nice ride! That stem is very sweet with the integrated spacers.
    Quote Originally Posted by al415 View Post
    Rick brazed up the stem that's on my McClung. Nice guy to deal with and I really like the way it came out...

    --VeloRyan--

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    Sweet! I love the aesthetic of Rick's bikes. He really has an eye for the classic.
     

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    They ride even better than they look

    Quote Originally Posted by bigflax925 View Post
    Sweet! I love the aesthetic of Rick's bikes. He really has an eye for the classic.
    --VeloRyan--

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    Here's mine - I really like it.



     

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    Couple more because I love this bike:

    At rest:



    In its' natural habitat (Arastradero)

     

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    Ben San- A+
    That thing is so freaking cool.

    What is the tire combo? What size is the front and back?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by the bottle ride View Post
    Ben San- A+
    That thing is so freaking cool.

    What is the tire combo? What size is the front and back?
    Thanks! Front tire is a true 2" 29er tire, back is around 40c, equivalent to around 1.6". If I move the sliders all the way back a 2" tire will barely clear in the back.
     

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    More info on that sweet Hunter please.

    Is the downtube shaped or is it just my eyes?
     

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    Drive side AND non-drive side porn.
     

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    Awesome Hunter! So many great frames seem to come out of his shop. Everyone I spot out here in the Bay Area always catches my eye.
     

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    Totally rad machine. I drooled when I saw it on his Flickr. What bars are you spec-ing there?
     

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    Mr_rafi....looks like a salsa woodchopper 2.

    That red hunter is just amazing.....the perfect bicycle, IMHO.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by kam View Post
    Mr_rafi....looks like a salsa woodchopper 2.

    That red hunter is just amazing.....the perfect bicycle, IMHO.
    Salsa Cowbell 2 on the Hunter. Bit more traditional than the Woodchipper but still with some flare on the drops that helps on technical sections.
     

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    Look what the brown Santa dropped on my door step. A Hunter CX frame in custom matte grey finish with matching fork, inspired by Dave Kirk's CX bike. The finish is awesome and doesn't come across on the crappy iPhone pics.



    Classic Hunter stays :)






    ...and a really crappy iPhone mock up pic. The cockpit will be totally different. Build will include Campy 10s carbon drive train and shifters, silver Paul retro brakes, san marco aspide saddle, PRO stealth evo bar/stem (painted to match?), candy 4Ti pedals, Reynolds MV32T wheels, TUFO tires, jagwire cables/housing.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lmwong View Post
    Look what the brown Santa dropped on my door step. A Hunter CX frame in custom matte grey finish with matching fork, inspired by Dave Kirk's CX bike. The finish is awesome and doesn't come across on the crappy iPhone pics.

    Classic Hunter stays :)

    ...and a really crappy iPhone mock up pic. The cockpit will be totally different. Build will include Campy 10s carbon drive train and shifters, silver Paul retro brakes, san marco aspide saddle, PRO stealth evo bar/stem (painted to match?), candy 4Ti pedals, Reynolds MV32T wheels, TUFO tires, jagwire cables/housing.
    Nice Hunter! I love the fork on it, very nice.
    --VeloRyan--

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    this was a track frame I picked up from a hunter team member. It was my track rig for a while before I moved to something a bit bigger. It was extremely responsive and stiff, which is why i really regret selling it.
     

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    Finally complete! Hunter cross frame with matte grey paint, steel fork, Paul canti brakes, 10 speed campy, Chorus crankset, Record rear derailleur, Centaur shifters, KMC SL gold chain (yes, gold), Reynolds MV32 wheels, TUFO tires, PRO stealth EVO handlebar/stem combo, Bontrager XXX seat post, aspide saddle, jagwire, lizard skins...













     

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    There are some terrific examples of Rick's work here. I love that red monster cross!
     

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