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1997 Homegrown Hardtail XT

Bike Details Model year: 1997Model name: Homegrown XTFrame manufacturer: Anodizing, Inc.Frame type: XC HardtailAvailable color(s): Buffed, RedDisc compatibility: None The 1997 Homegrown Hardtail XT shared its frame with the Homegrown Hardtail ESP and LXT, meaning it was constructed of 6061 aluminum by Anodizing, Inc., In Portland and featured an extruded chainstay yoke and gusset on

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1997 Homegrown Hardtail LXT

Bike Details Model year: 1997Model name: Homegrown Hardtail LXTFrame manufacturer: Anodizing, Inc.Frame type: XC HardtailAvailable color(s): Buffed, RedDisc compatibility: None The 1997 Homegrown Hardtail LXT featured the same frame as the Homegrown Hardtail ESP and XT, meaning it was constructed of 6061 aluminum by Anodizing, Inc., in Portland and featured an extruded chainstay yoke and

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1997 Homegrown Hardtail ESP

Bike Details Model year: 1998Model name: Homegrown ESPFrame manufacturer: Anodizing, Inc.Frame type: XC HardtailAvailable color(s): Buffed, RedDisc compatibility: None The 1997 Homegrown Hardtail ESP introduced SRAM components to the Homegrown line for the first time, with Grip Shift shifters, ESP 9.0 rear derailleur, and SRAM 9.0 brake levers actuating Deore XT v-brakes. The cassette and

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1997 Homegrown Factory Suspension XTR

Bike Details Model year: 1997Model name: Homegrown Factory Suspension XTRFrame manufacturer: Anodizing, Inc.Frame type: XC Full SuspensionAvailable color(s): Blue, BuffedDisc compatibility: None Full-suspension Homegrowns debuted in 1997 with the introduction of the Homegrown Factory Suspension, based on John Castellano’s Sweet Spot® URT design and featuring 3.75 inches of suspension travel. The Homegrown Factory Suspension XTR was the

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1997 Homegrown Factory Suspension XT

Bike Details Model year: 1997Model name: Homegrown Factory Suspension XTFrame manufacturer: Anodizing, Inc.Frame type: XC Full SuspensionAvailable color(s): Buffed, RedDisc compatibility: None Full-suspension Homegrowns debuted in 1997 with the introduction of the Homegrown Factory Suspension, based on John Castellano’s Sweet Spot® URT design and featuring 3.75 inches of suspension travel. The Homegrown Factory Suspension XT was the

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1997 Homegrown Factory Suspension LXT

Bike Details Model year: 1997Model name: Homegrown Factory Suspension LXTFrame manufacturer: Anodizing, Inc.Frame type: XC Full SuspensionAvailable color(s): BuffedDisc compatibility: None Full-suspension Homegrowns debuted in 1997 with the introduction of the Homegrown Factory Suspension, based on John Castellano’s Sweet Spot® URT design and featuring 3.75 inches of suspension travel. The Homegrown Factory Suspension LXT was the entry-level

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