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#26 2011-12-31 9:16pm

Iven
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

killer machine cool

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#27 2012-01-08 4:19am

robyread
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Registered: 2011-12-18
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

I have a Haro mono,  But i have fallen in love with this!! awesome bike man!!

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#28 2012-01-08 6:34pm

JP_innovations
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From: Tweed Heads. NSW. Australia
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

Thanks guys. Should have some updated pics soon.

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#29 2012-09-12 8:57pm

kendawg933
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From: Charlevoix, MI
Registered: 2011-06-10
Posts: 46
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

Cant wait for some updated pics man! Any new finds on some HEDs?? Just thought I'd ask big_smile cheers


WTB anything BRAND X, any triple clamps.

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#30 2012-09-21 7:31am

JP_innovations
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From: Tweed Heads. NSW. Australia
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

No new updates yet. To many partial builds going on with no fully finished bikes. No HED wheel finds, what about you Kendawg933?

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#31 2012-12-06 9:38pm

pharv85
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

Awesome build smile .  When you take more pictures, please try to get some of the rear triangle.  I just bought one of these frames last night, and the rear triangle is sooooooo much cooler looking than the Haro Monocoque's rear end cool .  The lack of a full seat tube is also a nice aesthetic touch.


Wanted:   175mm chrome Profile DJ crank arms;    3rd Gen. Profile Gas pedals;    2000 GT UltraBox chain tensioners;   20" HED carbon fiber rim (36H or 28H)

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#32 2012-12-17 5:31pm

Cramcan
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From: Maui , HI
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

Atomlab was originally started/called Atomic industries and Mike (Founder and owner) changed the name several times. He only made bmx parts at first. Then once he started makin changes to all the parts (the 2nd gen.) He changed the name to Atomic Laboratories. After that he started changing designs again (3rd gen.) and alot of people had told him that they run his parts on mountain bikes.(alot more than bmx riders were by then) Then he started aiming torwards the mb community and changed the name again to Atomlab. Now from what I know (havent talked to Mike in a few years) it is still Atomlab and he aimes 97% torwards mountain bikes.


Looking for : Bomber #'s , NOS/good condition white (red ,white and blue decals) 50's Seiss bike light , Huffy Bandit tire , Camel Supercross stuff , spoke length for 3x lace pattern with mid 90's Kovachi hubs (flip-flop rear) and 20" ,1.5 Odyssey T-1000 rims.

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#33 2016-10-04 12:14am

coloradocoupe
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

cool

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#34 2018-02-08 2:41pm

1fastmotodude
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Re: 1998 Mountain Cycle Aftershock

BADASS . . .cool


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