Behind the scenes at Performance Bicycle
June 27, 2012
by David S
Filed under Associates, Performance History
Tagged with Employees, Mongoose, Road Bike, Wordless Wednesday
Mongoose Rx7 from the late 90’s (98 or 99 maybe).
That’s my grandmamas bike.
OK so I was the PM who introduced the bike. It was 97 and dam good for its time. I can you tell the stem and seat post are definitely NOT original
Very cool Richard. Yes, Thom has clearly made some modifications to the original spec, but he still enjoys riding the bike.
Follow-up straight from Thom: “I got the frame and fork to build up. I used what I had in the shop including campy wheels (not original), Campy Ergo shifters (not original) and Easton contour Bars and stem with a Performance adapter (not original). What do you remember for components that would have been originally used??
Best regards, Thom”
Ranks up there with the Soft Ride…
Greetings fellow cyclists…..what’s the name of this frame.?????? I have soft ride tt, zipp2001 and 3001,pinarello tt…. I would like to add this frame to my stable…..please post data. Sincerely
As you take these courses, real life scuba diving is carried out.
Although they are somewhat comfortable, the rope may leave you with skin impressions.
Like dive prevents you will waterless perhaps even heated.
I have this bike also. It’s a big head turner and extremely rare. I’d be willing to sell for the right price if someone’s interested. Sflaggusa@yahoo.com
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