1989 Wicked

Jcassano

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So many memories on this bike.
 

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Jcassano

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Restored

Same bike after restoration.

Model: Wicked
year: 1989
Front Deraileur: XTR M900 Front Derailleur Bottom pull 28.6
Rear Deraileur: XTR RD-M910 8 speed
Shifters/Breaks levers: XTR ST-M900 Trigger Shifter Brake
Brakes: XTR M900 Cantilever
Cranks: XTR M900
BB: Phil Wood
Hubs: XTR M900
Headset: Ritchey Logic
Rims: Mavic 217 SUP UB
Bars and Stem: Klein Mission Control
Skewers: Ringle
Seat clamp: Ringle
Decals: Gil (UK)
 

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I-ROBOT

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Nice job! Looks like my welds on the frame
Who made the bar/stem combo?
I re-did my Wicked in all black after the first paint job got chewed up - no decals though - we called it urban camoflage
Regards
Scott
 

Jcassano

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Bars and Stem

Scott....dig the welds. Yes, bars and stem are Klein Mission Control. Just procured a nice vintage Klein fork that I'll be painting and adding in the next few weeks. I'll post updated photos when it's done.
 
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clockworkgazz

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Looks much better now and loving it's your original bike but not sure the Klein additions suit the bike- those forks look fine as they are. Love my 89 wicked.
 

Jcassano

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Frame is powder coated, then decals applied, and finished off with a clear coat over the decals.

The spindle is held by loctite.
 

Jcassano

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The bike rides amazing off road. Super light yet solid. The XTR components were well worth the investment. I wasn't sure how the Klein mission control would feel so I got current wide bars & stem with a 1" conversion as a back up. As it turns out the Klein set up feels great and stealthy so I have not tried the wide bars yet. I also got some prestine XTR V brakes I didn't use if anyone is interested. Other things I may part with are 1 original BB spindle collar, new bearings and spindle for cooks bros cranks set up. I also have a cooks bros crank set but the left arm has a crack where it sits on the spindle. PM me if interested in anything.
 
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