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Stolen: Living X MTB

Posted by on May 21st, 2006 at 6:05 am

[Posted by “burnpile”]

Brushed aluminum Living X hardtail climber. I’m not sure of the model, but I think it was Team II (it’s not written anywhere on the bike…just some cryptic number on one of the tubes that is alike T16R35 or something). The cables traveled along a grooved channel along the top tube. This is an extremely unique frame with strange tubing and I’m fairly certain there’s not another Living X bike in the city, so it will be easy to spot.

It had Shimano XTR components, white Manitou front shocks, Syncros seatpost…can’t remember the brand of seat.

The bike is probably 8-9 years old and will be sorely missed.

Please contact me via email with any info: fisthead at qwest dot net

Thanks for reading.

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  • burnpile May 24, 2006 at 10:29 am

    I just want to add that if anyone sees anyone else riding this bike, I will pay the bail money and court costs for whoever dislocates the riders jawbone and/or backs over them numerous times with their automobile. The philly mouthwash is optional but encouraged.


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