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1989 S&M Mad Dog

#1 2008-02-15 9:35am

Matt S.
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1989 S&M Mad Dog

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1989 S&M Mad Dog

*SOLD*

I ordered a Mad Dog F&F back in the late 80's, never seeing one before in person and not realizing how small they are. A local racer/dirt jumper stopped at the track one day with a Dirtbike and quickly talked me out of a Mad Dog(since I was probably 6 foot at the time) and I cancelled my Mad Dog and ordered a Dirtbike, which I was very thankful for. But, the Mad Dog always remained as one of my favorite frames. I got this one a few years ago and just planned on building it up since I never had one before, not planning on riding it. But the bug bit me and began riding a little again and yet again, the Mad Dog would have been too small, so unfotunately it was sold.


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"It's all fun and games 'till someone paints your motorcycle neon green"

Looking for the first style S&M jersey if anyone knows of any!

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#2 2008-02-15 2:41pm

pepp70
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Re: 1989 S&M Mad Dog

I don´t know, why you sell all your cool bikes and frames?

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#3 2008-02-15 7:00pm

Matt S.
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Re: 1989 S&M Mad Dog

Easy, with two boys and a stay at home mom, "free" money isn't exactly floating around to be buying bikes, so when a new one came up that I liked, the previous one usually funded it.

Believe me, looking back on it now, I would have kept every one!!!

Though I did finally end up with my all time favorite S&M, a blue(the darker blue) 89' Dirtbike that I originally ordered back in the 80's, but ended up with a black. This one is going nowhere! smile


"It's all fun and games 'till someone paints your motorcycle neon green"

Looking for the first style S&M jersey if anyone knows of any!

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#4 2008-02-15 8:39pm

Mr. Fit
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Re: 1989 S&M Mad Dog

It's a beauty! I would defintely hold onto to it for a good while.


Steel is Real!

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#5 2008-05-02 8:57pm

gaijin
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Re: 1989 S&M Mad Dog

Sometimes I miss my MD.  Then I remember how hard it was to do an X-up on...


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Things I need:  Chrome MX-900s and Tech 3 (rear), 1st or 2nd gen finned Mathauser pads with original hardware.

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#6 2009-08-12 7:05am

haro, indiana
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Re: 1989 S&M Mad Dog

classic frame

just how small was the top tube on these?

Moeller must be a short guy

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#7 2010-02-10 12:26pm

84master
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Re: 1989 S&M Mad Dog

sick bike man


Urban Cycles/Madrone Components

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#8 2011-09-26 11:31pm

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Re: 1989 S&M Mad Dog

i want one of these

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#9 2014-02-11 3:58am

Poppa-wealy
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Re: 1989 S&M Mad Dog

Dang in chrome!?!?!? Awesome!


I can ride a bike with no handle bars....with no handle bars....with no handle bars.

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