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Post Pics of your 24" Steeds...

PostPosted: Thu Jan 16, 2014 1:02 pm
by ChiliPepper
Here are my three 24" steeds. The first two are cruiser/DJ specific and are awesome to shred the DJ's, slaloms, flow tracks, racing, and plain out trail riding ...

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Re: Post Pics of your 24" Steeds...

PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2014 7:31 pm
by Peatbog
My Mirraco Icon 20Forty:

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And my daughter's 24":

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And my other daughter's 24"er...

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...which started out as this:

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Re: Post Pics of your 24" Steeds...

PostPosted: Wed Mar 26, 2014 10:14 am
by ChiliPepper
[quote="Peatbog"]My Mirraco Icon 20Forty:

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Is that a frame for 20"? I thought that the Icon was a 20" wheel frame like I have? Anyways...SWEET!!! I truly like your daughters24" steeds...they are sooooo cool! :mrgreen:

Re: Post Pics of your 24" Steeds...

PostPosted: Sun Apr 13, 2014 9:48 am
by Peatbog
It is a 24" frame. I may have remembered incorrectly and misnamed it as "Icon". Perhaps it is only called "20forty" without the "Icon."

Re: Post Pics of your 24" Steeds...

PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2014 6:51 pm
by ChiliPepper
Peatbog wrote:It is a 24" frame. I may have remembered incorrectly and misnamed it as "Icon". Perhaps it is only called "20forty" without the "Icon."

Hahaha....No worries brother! :lol:

This is the Mirraco Icon frame and it is solely for 20" wheels...

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Yours does look like the older 20Forty which is the only 24" Mirraco makes or made that I am aware of. Great looking bike I must say though. :mrgreen:

Re: Post Pics of your 24" Steeds...

PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:38 am
by bikesRfun
This is a friend and his new 24" bike.

Mongoose "Alert" from Walmart Keeamoku, Honolulu, HI

PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2017 6:31 pm
by lmedina
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$171 from Walmart. Had to get it! Beautiful glossy orange paint job, original Mongoose font and retro-futuristic graphics. And check out those mag rims! I replaced the MTB flat handlebar a BMX handlebar and 4-bolt clamp, and put on a BMX quilted seat, and a water bottle holder (note: there is no provision to bolt on a bottle carrier on the frame). Otherwise, everything is stock (for now). 24" x 2.25" trail tires, Artek rim brakes, aluminum mag rims, Mongoose-branded pedals, crappy "TB One" branded shifter and front derailleur, Shimano rear derailleur.