First year of the Rocky Mountain Element - having ridden it I can't believe it stayed almost unchanged until 2007, especially compared to my Turner Burner of same vintage which is still in use (albeit with all modern kit) and much more capable.
Ignore the rear wheel - it didn't come with one and that's my only spare. Yes it is fixie. Pedals are out of the bin too.
Element 1996 frame with '3-D' link. Raw frame, yellow swingarm/seatstays
1996 Judy XC forks (the nickelite coloured ones) and Fox vanilla coil shock
Race Face forged cranks with 3-D purple big ring (purple is not a crime!)
Rocky Mountain stem/bars/grips
Anonymous brake levers (look like Dia-Compe SS-7s) with X-Lite blade and bolt kit upgrade
X-Lite red ano bar-ends
Gripshift SRT 600 8-speed with XT front mech and (new) 9-speed LX rear mech
Rocky Mountain 440 own brand rim on Pace carbon front hub
WTB skinwall Velociraptors in decent but not new nick.
XT V-brakes that look more modern than the rest of the bike (same style as on my 1993 Hammer: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nickw3216/48300726/in/set-1678336/
No name seatpost and saddle
No rear wheel
If it's worth a decent amount I'll consider selling. If it's not I'll be on the look out for a rear wheel and will build it up myself.
Any valuations would be brilliant. I can't really afford the shed space.
/Edited to add photos
, 2 Wheels
, 1 Lens
1993 Rocky Mountain Hammer
1994 Dave Yates Swamp Donki
1994 Dave Yates Diablo singlespeed
1996 Rocky Mountain Element
1996 Turner Burner