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PostPosted: Tue Mar 04, 2008 9:21 pm 
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Hi Les,

Chris Chance often didn't speak out loud what tubing he used. In case of my Yo it is custom True Temper OX3. Chris did use Tange for particular models/forks in the late eighties.

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Hi All,

If anyone is feeling particularly sentimental about the Battle Tomahawk and wishes to own one (again), let me know...I've got one sitting for the last decade or two in a garage in Colorado. Unlike Less's, it's the carbon rear/carbon front model, and I think it's a rather small size (16")--it was always tiny for me, but as a teenage I thought it was coolest thing ever (so tried to make it fit me). I bought it for a song when it was about 2 years used from a good customer that frequented the shop I worked in. It never did fit me, but I always loved it and seeing people's reaction to it. I've got a bunch of parts that are either still on the frame (King wheel set [at least the front], Kooka cranks & stem, gravity research brakes, onza HO pedals, slasa ti skewers, paul's levers, etc.) or in a box next to it--I collected anodized shinny stuff in 1996-8 for that ride while working at Bike Shop Bill's (Aspen Park, CO). Here's to hoping that I might see one of my favorite old bikes go from laughable out-dated-junk status to genuine collectable item.

I have no idea what it might be worth--according to the company only produced some 50 frames/bikes over two years.

Thanks for posting the link to the MBA back issue with company's write up!

PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2015 11:34 pm 

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Hi All,

Some pictures of my 1995 Battle Tomahawk (size 16")--it has some eclectic components on it, some highlights include:
Kooka Cranks
Kooka Chainrings
Kooka Stem
Kooks Brake Levers
Gravity Research Pipe Dreams (one is cracked)
Joes Components Brake Hanger
Chris King front Hub
Kore Seatpost
Bontrager/Titec (pre-Trek) Ti HB
Bontrager/Titec (pre-Trek) Mag Barends
Rock Shox Mag 21 (extended travel) ... bVm1cM3Dkw

PM if interested in purchasing.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:26 pm 
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I just found a Battle Tomahawk at a local co-op. It is missing it's original fork, but a rock-shox mag 21 should not be to hard to source. The welds are a little "iffy" but they seem solid. I am a classic road bike guy but this thing is an absolute blast to ride.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 18, 2020 8:04 pm 
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I like this brand.
I searched and found a Battle NOS rear triangle in carbon / aluminum to make or Up grade frame.
It was for my Titus / AMP B2.
But ultimately it's for B5?
I think Battle made a model with this back.

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