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The Guv'nor
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Finally added the mising cats to the RB arhive at a lowere res > http://www.retrobike.co.uk/gallery2/mai ... emId=15373


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What is considered the definitive year for the Rocky Mountain range...??

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I can give you a range of years
1990 to 1995

The reason being, they must be the best bikes they ever made, so good that Rocky Mountain is afraid to even mention them so you see how poor current bikes are.
http://www.bikes.com/main+en+07_200+199 ... tml?CID=20
1989 and before are there and 1996 and after are there. :lol:


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RM send their thanks for the scans > http://twitter.com/ROCKYMTNBIKES

Did anyone ever get hold of the 1999 catalogue?


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RM send their thanks for the scans > http://twitter.com/ROCKYMTNBIKES

Did anyone ever get hold of the 1999 catalogue?


Fame at last :lol:

I'm still looking for 1999 and 2000 chap :?


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I think it was the scan of the 2000 calendar I have but it didn't match up properly and colour was missing from some. I'll check later

Then I forgot about them as they're far to modern for me. They should still be in my googlemail somewhere.



The 1995 one is still damaged though ;)


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Does anyone have a complete 1995 in english? 8)


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oops! :oops:


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