XC Full Suspension Homegrown Models

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1998 Homegrown Factory Suspension XT

With the demise of the Homegrown Factory Suspension LXT for 1998, the Homegrown Factory Suspension XT became the entry-level model in the XC-oriented full suspension bikes featuring John Castellano's Sweet Spot® URT design. Though the 3.75 inches of rear suspension travel was the same as the Homegrown All Mountain line, the frame geometry and shorter-travel suspension fork make the Homegrown Factory Suspension' a sportier handler. As in 1997, the 6061 aluminum frames were made by Anodizing, Inc. in Portland, Oregon.

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1998 Homegrown Factory Suspension XTR

The 1998 Homegrown Factory Suspension XTR was the high-end model in the XC-oriented full suspension bikes featuring John Castellano's Sweet Spot® URT design. Though the 3.75 inches of rear suspension travel was the same as the Homegrown All Mountain line, the frame geometry and shorter-travel 80mm suspension fork make the Homegrown Factory Suspension' a sportier handler. As in 1997, the 6061 aluminum frames were made by Anodizing, Inc. in Portland, Oregon.

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1996 Suspension Homegrown LX

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1995 Suspension Homegrown XT

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