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1996 Bontrager B1 XL

#1 2008-05-17 6:17pm

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1996 Bontrager B1 XL

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1996 Bontrager B1 XL

B1 XL Frame. 21.5" top tube. Made in the USA. True Temper Double Butted 4130 Tubing.

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Bontrager B1 XL Frame, Bontrager forks & stem, Dyno bars, Ame tri's, DX brakes and lever, Bontrager seat & seatpost, Trek seatclamp, Aheadset SX-1 headset, Tange bottom bracket, Cook Brothers cranks, Cook Bros spider, Sugino chainring, KMC Kool chain, Team Haro pedals, Sun Rhyno Lite rims, Redline Sealed Race hubs, Tensile Optimum freewheel, Maxxis white wall Hookworm tires, VG frame savers, and don't forget the dice valve caps & Fox Racing frame pad.


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#2 2008-12-08 9:05pm

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

Sweet bike. Have any idea of how much these went for new?


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#3 2008-12-16 12:40am

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

$399.00 back in the day brand new with one piece cranks and crappy hubs.

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#4 2008-12-16 12:52pm

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its-all-good wrote:

$399.00 back in the day brand new with one piece cranks and crappy hubs.

Yea i saw it online. Pretty sick bike tho.
Bet its pretty light.


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#5 2008-12-19 9:59am

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

Tight, Dude i just scored me one of those babies yesterday. Same exact one for $90. Its all complete 3 pc cranks, Old school Arrayas, Gt Mohawk Hubs, Bontager Stem, Fly Ruben Tires, and a bounch of other stuff. It was on the Portland Craigslist  You remember?

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#6 2008-12-19 10:06am

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

What? another guy getting stuff from portland craigslist before me?
As if Crash-endo, Scraplord, and its-all-good isnt enough..
plus Ken Pliska and Ben Joy...damn, I miss the good old days...
Still a few slip thru the cracks..Still looking for the elusive RRS 24"


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#7 2008-12-19 10:10am

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

Haha Gary, it's same up here in WA big_smile


I am willing to trade for the following: Star Trek Next Generation figures, DVD, etc. and Bionicles.

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#8 2008-12-19 10:35am

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

gary wrote:

What? another guy getting stuff from portland craigslist before me?
As if Crash-endo, Scraplord, and its-all-good isnt enough..
plus Ken Pliska and Ben Joy...damn, I miss the good old days...
Still a few slip thru the cracks..Still looking for the elusive RRS 24"

Well the dude that sold me the Bontrager had the add up for like week and then he took it down or some reason, but i had gotten his phone # before that so i got to call him and scrore that baby.  There was actualy a guy on Portland Cl about 3 days ago that was a selling a Hutch Exel for like $150 too bad its sold. Gotta find out who bought that. haha


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#9 2008-12-19 5:03pm

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#10 2008-12-19 5:34pm

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

gary wrote:

What? another guy getting stuff from portland craigslist before me?
As if Crash-endo, Scraplord, and its-all-good isnt enough..
plus Ken Pliska and Ben Joy...damn, I miss the good old days...
Still a few slip thru the cracks..Still looking for the elusive RRS 24"

Are you kidding? This guy is Mr. Craigslist. Puff~Puff AKA Fast Freddy. He is all over CL.

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#11 2008-12-19 5:35pm

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

puff_puff wrote:

gary wrote:

What? another guy getting stuff from portland craigslist before me?
As if Crash-endo, Scraplord, and its-all-good isnt enough..
plus Ken Pliska and Ben Joy...damn, I miss the good old days...
Still a few slip thru the cracks..Still looking for the elusive RRS 24"

Well the dude that sold me the Bontrager had the add up for like week and then he took it down or some reason, but i had gotten his phone # before that so i got to call him and scrore that baby.  There was actualy a guy on Portland Cl about 3 days ago that was a selling a Hutch Exel for like $150 too bad its sold. Gotta find out who bought that. haha

The Hutch Excel http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=100376 .
You wanted to know.

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#12 2008-12-19 5:36pm

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

puff_puff wrote:

Check my Bontrager B1 out.

http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=100664

Nice!!

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#13 2010-11-14 11:42pm

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

Nice bike! I have one of those frame fork sets... No time to build it tho... sad


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#14 2015-06-30 1:54pm

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Re: 1996 Bontrager B1 XL

i have one on these totally original. great condition. just got it:D


in 3rd grade i got a mongoose fs1 been hooked ever since

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