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Posted 26 Apr 2013Would be cool to find that frame in the mag. Would go nicely with my Brand X mtn bike fork....
Posted 26 Apr 2013Love this bike, in searching the net , I found an old pic you took of it and saved it to my computer, because its so kick butt! You are right on the richard kerr being the owner, he used to race for RRS which is probably his inspiration for the bottom bracket. The rumblefish is actually a redesign of Bill Groves old mountain bikes from the early 90s. Not sure if Bill did the redesign for richard or richard did it himself with the help of a designer of some type. Grove hotrod cranks would be BA on there, but equally as hard to find. Maybe one day Ill get my hands on one of these barracudas!
Posted 20 Apr 2013hxl is holmes, they have the longer top tubes. smd is dirt bike, they have shorter top tubes
Posted 12 Apr 2013Id say thats the bike. In the pic i can make out the chrome bars, ati pads, answer fork, comp 3 tires, and chrome super 7xs with shimano dx cassettes. Cranks look chrome so either profile or gt profile, and the pedals looked like crupi squares in silver but could be gt big mans. All your missing is the black nag 1 number plate. He changed to schwinn in January of 99.
Posted 11 Apr 2013well in 98 he raced for herdas hot shots, he was nag #1 for 17 age group. So its possible he had a frame sponsor through tnt at that time. in 99 he rode for schwinn so I doubt he had the tnt at that time. He was riding the prototype schwinn at the worlds in texas that year. It was the frame they came out with in 00 with the cnc bb and seat stays. He turned A pro later in 99. I have one pic from black jack nationals in reno 1998 of him railing a berm but his body is covering most of the frame so you cant make out what it is.
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