CONEJO Mountain bike history according to the blog http://backboneracing.blogspot.com
: Not sure of its accuracy.
Conejo Bicycles was started by the two sons of legendary off road truck racer Larry Ragland in Tempe, AZ. The first really well made full suspension bike, the Conejo AP/5 was used by just about everyone as their "Factory" DH frame.
The Raglands' sold the company later to a machinist who promptly ran the bike end of things into the bone orchard. The bikes had 4.5" of travel, and sported a beer-keg-thick Fox Alps 4R rear shock, mated to an Easton Varilite ProGram aluminum tubeset. Amazing bike for it's time, and with the advent of stable-platform shocks, would be a great bike even today. The rear swingarm was an elevated chainstay layout that was welded up at Titus!