1991 Rock Lobster

Rock Lobster is one of the few companies that is still around in it's original format.  Many of the similar companies (Ibis, Mountain Goat) are no longer with us and others (Salsa, Bontrager) have been bought out.  Paul Sadoff is still building bikes very similar to this one.  This particular frame has the "team " fillet brazing which is a lesser finished fillet to save on cost.  The straight bladed fork and stem have been made and painted to match.  If you are interested in having a frame made for you, let us know and we can work with Paul to create your dream bike.

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Frame Cro-Moly w/ the "team" fillets (less finished to save cost)
Fork Cro-Moly steel, straight bladed
Rear Shock NA
Rims Mavic M231 Ceramic
Hubs Shimano Deore XT M730 front, M732 rear (black)
Spokes Wheelsmith double butted, alloy nips
Tires Specialized Ground Control/More Extreme
Pedals WTB
Crank Specialized 24/36/46
Chain Sedis
Rear Cogs Shimano XT 7 speed cassette
Bottom Bracket Shimano Deore XT
Front Derailleur Shimano Deore XT
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore XT
Shifters Shimano Deore XT thumb shifters
Handlebars Salsa labeled 3ttt
Stem Rock Lobster
Headset WTB Grease Guard
Brake set Shimano Deore XT cantilevers
Brake levers Dia Compe 283
Saddle Specialized leather
Seat Post Ritchey
Colors Candy Apple Red
Size 18" c-c
Serial #   0101


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