Star Trek

Star Trek is awesome. Star trek isn't only for geeks. It's a great TV show. Actually, shows. If you like Star Trek, I have a question, what star trek doctor would you want to treat you? https://www.instructables.com/group/trekkies/

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star trek question

What was the episode where they were under mind control

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Star Trek Instructables.

Post any ideas for a 'ible related to Star Trek, and i will try to make it.

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Star Trek: Online

 Is anyone here participating in the Star Trek Online beta?

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Star Trek Funeral

Go out in (some kind of) style in a Star Trek casket / coffin, or have your dust gather dust in a Star Trek urn Should have been out already, but not yet (via Gadgets for God at Ship of Fools) L Ashes to ashes, funk to funky, planet earth is blue and there's nothing I can Doohan

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The Star Trek Home

There's the technology today to produce most of the comedies seen in star trek, not just the original series. I'm talking the TNG or DS9. The automatic sliding doors are seen in almost every supermarket. You would install them with steel or aluminum doors with the design seen on the shows. Come badges could be produced. The only problem would be wearing a cellphone sized device somewhere on your body. The hypo spray could be developed with our technology, we use syringes more often. The technology in hyposprays was used in mass vachination machines. I'm sure it could be miniaturized. Isolinear chips compare to memory sicks or SD cards of today. One could install touchscreen monitors throughout one's house linked to a central computer. Microphones and speaker hidden throughout the house could provide the voice access like seen in star trek. Al though you might want to upgrade their authorization code method. It's horribly insecure. A PADD could be a tablet pc or kindle. It uses induction charging, something that could be incorporated or built in using today's technology. The "laptop" used in readyrooms could be a laptop. The facebook video message system shows how the star trek messages could be transferred. Skype could be used as transmissions. A giant monitor could serve as a view screen. A replicator is hard to do with today's technology, but we have machines that can produce drinks. We don't have phasers, but current day guns are as good as them in stopping power, and they can't be damped by damping fields. Torpedoes in Star Trek  are just like air to air missiles in the sky or normal torpedoes in the sea. Jefferies tubes could be installed in one's home if you wanted it to.  Next are somethings that aren't as good as the ones in star trek. Our medical technology isn't as advanced. Tricorders could be iphones modified a bit with radar and other technology. They wouldn't be the same quality as the ones in star trek.  A holodeck could be simulated with virtual reality machines, movie theater, video games, and a 3-d holographic projector. They would be most of the uses a holodeck is used for. There are somethings we don't have that is seen frequently in star trek. Transporters and Warp Drive are chief among them. In some ways though, we have surpassed the technology seen in star trek. Touchscreens are a prime example. Instead of the unchangeable interfaces we see in the bridge, we could put touch screens in all of the consoles. 

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Fav. Star Trek Aliens

Who or what is your fav non human on all Star Trek?  I prefere The Borg And Mr. Neelix

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how do you do the vulcan nerve pinch?

Is it even real and how do you do it

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Help me with Star Trek costume

I've been searching the web but I can find anything on making star trek costumes. What comes up are mostly sties to purchase costume or prop and stuff. Anyone know a good site were I could get some useful info??

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Looking for pictures of Star Trek computers

 I am looking for pictures of computers from the original Star Trek series. So far I haven't had much luck at finding any except for pictures of M5. I've hunted  using Google images  using every key word I can think of if you could help me out to be much appreciated.

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what I can do to recreate the Star Trek Yoyager (DS9) uniform any ideas?

I just bought the Star Trek Yoyager badge from Think Geek (so I can use it for my DS9 cosplay for Free Comic Book Day) I've thought getting a long sleeved red polo and dye that to be the look of Voyager/DS9 and use my badge and put that on to complete the look with my own hand crafted Captain rank pin,and I was thinking to make the collar on the polo grey and I just get a grey shirt to blend it in. Any ideas I could make this uniform I would love to make for cosplay, I could find the uniform itself premade but I'll love to make it my own with little or no money.

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cool door?

Help me reproduce this door here look http://www.livescience.com/9310-high-tech-door-star-trek.html

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Custom Tailored Star Trek Voyager uniform - possbile from any tailor shop?

I've searched through eBay to look for the Voyager Replicated uniform the only one that I know is from China and we don't buy things from China at all, and also I had planned to find a tailor shop (that has to be close to us) and see if they would make tailor up the uniform from a black flight suit but not sure if most of them does them. The sewing machine my mother has is crappy and could mess up the Black flight suit if ever try to sew them, Joann's store at North Olmsted but not sure if it's just for fabric related or both, I may ask and see if they do tailoring work or not but nah. I also know most tailor shops are like custom business types that makes custom jackets and pants for your business or wedding but not something like this and this could be in the Arm and Leg ranges to get it tailored to be the uniform I'll need from Star Trek Voyager, I was originally gonna make a fusion of TNG With Voyager in a way so I have both looks from there XD and wear my Voyager badge with pride. So My question is do most Tailor shops can alter clothes to make something new?

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My Everest base camp trek

I have started a blog to type up my diary from my Everest Base Camp trek last easter (2010) thought some of you guys here might want to take a look: http://steps2everest2010.blogspot.com/

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Facebook app

I've been working on an app for facebook. I guess you could say it's in closed beta. Anywho, I need a few people for a test group. It is a TNG-Era game, that so far has the option of: The Borg, The UFP and the Romulan Star Empire. Also, I would gladly accept suggestions from those who don't use facebook. Send me a friend invite with a small message here: https://www.facebook.com/tyman210 .I need a friend invite if you want to be an admin. If not go to: https://apps.facebook.com/starfleetacademy .Thanks,Tyman210

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Reading Rainbow Goes off the Air :(

Reading Rainbow comes to the end of its 26-year run on Friday; it has won more than two-dozen Emmys, and is the third longest-running children's show in PBS history — outlasted only by Sesame Street and Mister Rogers.StoryHere's the best episode (I can remember)... And Stand back! I take large steps.Part 1 Part 2 Did anyone else notice that LeVar Burton really doesn't age?

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What is the origin of this 1988 Star Trek badge and sound board? Answered

I bought a 1988 dated Star Trek Badge and sound board this weekend at a surplus / junk shop for $25. I have not been able to test the sound board yet (probably)due to dead batteries. I'm not sure what it's origin / significance is. I have some pictures posted above. Any info is appreciated. Data643

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Common people

Checklist:Rent a flat above a shop: checkCut your hair and get a job: checkSmoke some fags and play some pool: checkPretend you never went to school: noHow "common" am I?and if this takes 2 days to turn up like usual I shall not be happy...

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Blakes 7 Teleport Bracelet

This is how to make the magic blakes seven teleport bracelet!Ingredients:one cardboard roll, such as a poster or postal cylinder or the cardboard roll from inside a roll of packing tape; diameter 8.5cm, width 4cm (cut to this width if need be, using a saw or knife)cardboard, thick enough to be sturdy, thin enough to be flexiblethin cork (optional)plain paperglueblack or dark brown foam rubber (optional)silver tape width 1.5cm OR aluminuim foil cut or folded to width 1.5cmAntique Gold or metallic brown paintgrey paint OR a round grey button 2cm diameter OR grey tapered paint OR pink paint OR red paint + pearl nailpolishbrown packing tape or beige paintclear or red contact (optional)Visual Reference:Refer to the Liberator Teleport Bracelet diagram in the Horizon Technical Manual.Instructions:Cut your roll to the right width if need be. If the roll is too thin and flimsy, stick a layer of cardboard over it. Cover the rough edges with paper.Cut five strips of cardboard, one 15x3cm, one 9x3cm, one 1.3x3cm, and two 2.5x1cm (measurements will vary depending on the precise size of the cardboard roll). If the cardboard is thin, cut twice as many strips. If you are using thin cork, cut one strip each from the cork also.Stick the strips onto the roll, making sure they evenly positioned in the center. Check the diagram for where to stick them: the two long strips should be next to each other with a small gap representing where the hinge of the bracelet would go if it had a hinge. The small 1.3x3cm strip goes in the larger gap between the long strips - this is where the red button will go. If using cork, stick the cork down first, and the cardboard on top.When all the glue is dry, paint the bracelet with antique gold or metallic brown enamel paint. Do more than one coat if you think that will look better. Wait for the paint to dry.The red receive-button is made from the two smallest strips of cardboard stuck together, covered with white paper, painted red, and covered with contact to make it shiny. Another way of doing this is painting it red, and then painting it with white-pearl nailpoilish to get that glowing pink-red effect. Glue this as indicated in the diagram.The grey transmit-part is made either from cutting a circle of paper or thin card (1.5-2cm diameter) and painting it grey, or by using a grey round button and cutting off the shaft so that it will stick on flat. Stick this on as indicated in the diagram.Cut out silver tape or foil and stick on the bracelet as indicated in the diagram. Cut out (very cleverly) pieces of brown packing tape in the shapes of the alien characters that decorate the rest of the bracelet and stick them on, or else paint them on with beige paint. You may wish to paint the whole bracelet with clear enamel to protect it.Optionally add a lining with foam rubber, to aid the bracelet in not falling off when you wear it.NOTES: Cardboard rolls: the roll from inside a large roll of packing tape comes closest to the right size. A large postal cylinder is too large and a small one is too small. A Pringles packet is too small, but may be easier to obtain. A Pringles packet is easier to cut but is also flimsier; it is recommended to add bulk by sticking on more cardboard to thicken it up.Cardboard: most cardboard you can buy will probably be too thin. The backs of note-pads may provide thicker stuff. The disadvantage of thicker cardboard is that it will not bend as easily, and the cardboard used here must bend. An alternative if available could be thin cork (a few millimetres thick); this will bend fairly easily and add the bulk you need. But only bother if you happen to have some (maybe left over from someone's redecorating or the like). I used it for mine, it worked beautifully.The red button: building this up from strips of cardboard is fairly tedious, and if you can think of a better way, do that.I know Michael Keating!He Played Vila.

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Star Trek Door, Sleek Word Clock, Speed Racer Cake

Star Trek Door Sleek Word Clock Speed Racer Cake Bike Party Trailer Cut a Royal Seal Issue 50 Has Arrived! Glass Tiles from Bottles Bubble Wrap To-Do List RM 100 Mega Rocher CD Scratch Art Fix a PS3 in an Oven 6-Sided Snowflake Dremel Table Mount

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Who makes a good hardtail mountain bike for 200 to 400 dollars? Answered

I'm looking for a new bike that I can beat up and will keep going. I am looking at Trek but I need more options than that.

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LOL

Turn up your speakers really loud and click on this link. It's really quite funny. Link: http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Hills/9576/eterkhan.html

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12x Blu-ray laser built into a Star Trek (TOS) toy phaser, with sound effects!

I know Kipkay did it first, but this is still awesomely awesomeful :-)  I saw this on MAKE's blog; the original posting is from Jay at Hack'N'Mod.  Using a 12x Blu-ray laser (405nm) running at 465 mW, this has enough power to blind you without eye protection.  It's got a front focus with a properly styled ST:TOS nosecone, and two different selectable sound effects.  Jay's writeup is a complete tutorial for building your own.

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A way To Hang This?

Hey guys. I have this Star Trek Logo I've made from wood. There will be LED lights added to the back. Problem i have is how to hang it to the wall.  It needs to be out from wall a bit . I can't find or know the name of the kind of hook i need. Anyone any ideas. Oh it's about 4 feet tall.

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build a TOS phaser????

Any ideas on how to build a real looking phaser for a Halloween costume for under $30 

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tri corder? Answered

Has any one attempted to build a functional; tri corder from star trek . or somewhat functional if just a show piece

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I'm trying to make a power meter for a Cobra Head Phaser (Star Trek, TNG)

I thought of making it a battery tester, where full charge is 16 LEDs and works down from there. What electronics would I need, and how would I put it together? (note: the phaser takes 2 AAA batteries) Or is there another method to make the power bar?

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Need Help writing a Star Trek themed Arduino code

Hey Folks. I really need help  writing an arduino code to control a star trek model i'm working on. I don't really understand programming but I'd really like if anyone can help out. The code is supposed to use 2 momentary switches. When the main switch is pushed it will activate some leds in sequence, the last 2 will fade on one after the other in the same manner, this will be called the 'startup mode'. Then when the second momentary switch is pushed (while the main is on) it will 'switch modes' and the 2 leds that faded on one after the other initially will now fade off or ramp down at the exact same time then 2 more leds will fade on or 'ramp up' in their place at the exact same time. Finally, when the button is pushed again it will simply switch back. A video demo shows what im talking about with some very small differences. Any help would be appreciated! This video below shows what Im trying to do. Please see from time frame 0:35 to 0:54 which shows the 'start up sequence' described above. And one more showing the actual model i'll be working on and the startup sequence with the movie timing.

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Star Trek Phaser, power bar LED sequencer circuit?

Hello to all,  I am currently re-building a Star Trek type 2 phaser, if that means anything to anyone. I would like to know how to create a circuit that does the following: There are 16 LEDs in two rows of 8. I would like to cycle through them one after another with 2 button switches. ie press a button on the left and the first LED comes on. Press it again and the next LED comes on. Press it a third time and the third LED comes on. and so on. At his point there should be 3 LEDs on. Then, press the right button and that third LED goes off. Press again and the second goes off and so on.  Hope this isn't to long winded. Below is the link to a vid of what I am trying, not very well, to describe. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLYiVdC7Iv4  I would be grateful if anyone could help me out on this. I have searched the web with no luck so I thought I would sign up to my favourite electronics website and ask.    Thanks,

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Instructables HQ physical adress?

What's the Instructables HQ physical address? Now that Google is offering directions by walking, I can find out how long it would take me to trek halfway across the country...

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How Can I Make a Display Stand for my Custom Starship?

I designed a custom Star Trek ship for my friend for Christmas and had it 3D printed through Shapeways. I'd really like to make a stand for it, but since she's coming home right after New Years and I'm running very low on funds I can't have one 3D printed. Is there a relatively cheap and quick way to make a decent looking stand, preferably one that doesn't physically attach to the ship? Here's a photo of it, just in case that helps!

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Scholarship Idea: Lost Item Finder

By incorporating a metal detecting apparatus, the Create could constantly trek through the house collecting lost coins, jewelry, pain-inducing metal debris, keys, anything having metal and being small enough for the Create to collect. Larger Items should be easy for you to spot anyway.

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Nordic Walking Poles

Commercial versions of these poles are quite hi-tech and expensive. They are usually made of aluminum or carbon fiber, but could cheaper versions for occasional use be made from bamboo or rattan perhaps? The shapes of the handles look quite complicated on some models. Anyone like to have a go at designing and making some? Paul W.

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Comic Con came to Reno

Using my Dark-Energy stick, I raised my iPhone over the curtain to film the Trek Captain just in time to capture my family doing a selfie with Kirk while security was busy trying to prevent me from shooting over the curtains. Whaat a Rush.... ! ! !

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Bike Disc Brakes

I have the Trek 4300. now i was too cheap to buy it with the disc brakes, but after 2 year i realized i would like them. So do i have to buy new tires, and brake lines, and levers. Or do i just have to hook up a disc brake to the brake cables?? How much would this upgrade cost me?

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Where to get these electronic items? Answered

Watch the video for the instructable How to make an LED Star Trek light and the author shows the materials he used to make it.  Jump to 4:17 in the video, I am specifically wondering where I would be able to find the roll of LED lights, switch, and battery connector he uses? Yes, I have posted a question to his channel, but he has not responded.  Thank you.

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Is it possible to wire up a battery-powered toy to run on direct power? Answered

I have a cool space ship toy that lights up.  Instead of eating through batteries, I was wondering if there was a way to let it draw power from a wall outlet.  Are there adapters or something?  Does the kind of battery make a difference?  My model uses three triple-A's, it's an Enterprise-D model from Art Asylum.

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Belts set to replace Bike Chains?

Apparently belt driven bikes were produced a few years ago by specialist bike companies but they are now about to hit the mainstream.These belts have an advantage over chains because they are tougher, last longer, aren't dirty or greasy, their quieter and they weigh a lot less.the only drawback is the price, Trek has unveiled, the District and the Soho, will run you $930 and $990, respectively. but then again all new tech is expensive :D Via Gizmodo

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i don't know where to start???

Hey guys girls robots haha i hava a lot of electronics stuff and i am playing and thinking to build a project but every time i build something i stop with building so maybe you guys girls or something els can say what can build with my electronics  i have this stuff Arduino uno Arduino mega Arduino pro xbee different shields for arduin raspberry pi keypads lcd  relay boards ir remote and a lot other stuff but i want all my electronics to connect it in a big project, so my question do you know something create of have some ideas to build something awesome i was thinking a bout star trek and looking for the control panels to build something like that or better sorry for the bad english  greetings marijn  for questions you can mail me or put something on the forum. >marijn-elektro@live.com< thanks 

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Arduino or Raspberry Pi Controlled Lighting scemes for Lightstrips

Hello I'm trying to make a lighting setup like Star Trek Voyager, With custom lighting scemes for allert modes etc I will have to control 8 induvidual lightstrips with an arduino or raspberry Pi. And have some sort of control mechanisme to set the individual modes. I seen some examples online but they all used wifi connections, And I like a different option. Any help would be very appriciated. Regards, Ronald van Erp

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Looking for a specific Instructable - Video effect with demo cycle ride to RadioShack.? Answered

Probably 18 months ago or thereabouts, someone posted a processing  technique to give an effect which I remember as similar to a blurred version of the David Hockney photo sequences, only on video.  He posted a demo video which I'm pretty sure was a bike ride to his local RadioShack.   I've spent a looong time trekking back and pushed the Instructables search engine to its limits, but no joy.   Can anyone put their finger on this Instructable for me? 

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automatic sliding door

Hi,  I ve been looking all over (www), and I can't find any useful tips, tuts, ... about modding an existing sliding door into an automated one.  This without ordering a ready-made system, which costs many $$$$. I 've had this idea for a while already, and I admit seeing https://www.instructables.com/id/Air-Powered-Star-Trek-Style-Door/ brought the brain to bubble again.. If anyone has some experience with this or can share some interesting links ? (re-use an old engine from something..., controls.., touchpad/sensor, ...) would be great. thx D

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backpacking sauna how to heat it without using hot rocks, ie perhaps with a portable steam generator or boiler ?

Hi all i am building a back packing sauna which is essentialy a old two man tent converted.  my problem is the heat source for the steam.tradionally people would heat rocks in an open fire. this i feel is time consuming building a fire and then heating rocks for 2 hours or so. i am now thinking of trying to generate steam direct from a wood gas stove and piping it in to the tent anyone with ideas or sugestions please post here. whatever i use needs to be suitable for back packing. thanks Robert

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packaging hack

My question is: how can I open a sealed toy package without damaging the package and in such a way that I may reassemble it after I’ve used the contents. Background: I am in the process of making a Super 8 film. One of my props are 3 Star Trek Borg action figures. I paid a pretty penny for them and only need to use them for a few scenes. When I am finished I want to put them back in the package and resell on eBay. Of course, I will give full disclosure to next buyer. The packaging is not true blister pack. It has a printed cardboard back with a molded plastic cover. I appears to be heat pressure sealed, probably with some sort of adhesive. I can provide digital pics when needed.

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I think my head is going to explode....minor UPDATE: tis my birthday

This week is just too much for me...first the laptop,  and now my wife gave me an early (by one day) birthday present.   An LED headlamp.  I mean, it isn't much, but she is starting to tune into that gifts for me should be "useful" (I didn't need last year's  entire collection of Star Trek movies on  VHS, etc).    Because it is useful and thought was taken into account to get it, it is one more precious thing happening this week..... And since it is,  I got to go out to a very small, but quite quaint, Italian style Café.  The food is always wonderful, and so I enjoyed a nice Almond crusted Trout meal.   Kind of tops off the week so far :-)     

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Outdoorsmanning!

The all-new 2014 Chevy Silverado has teamed up with Instructables to bring the Instructables community great projects that boost your outdoor skills. The Outdoorsmanning hub is a great place to learn about a ton of outdoor skills like backpacking, camping, and being in nature. Many of you in the Instructables community are taking advantage of excellent fall temperatures by going hiking and exploring. If you love documenting your journey into nature, check out this great Trekking Pole Tripod. With winter right around the corner wouldn't you like to learn about how to make an ice-rink in your back yard?   Maybe you want to hit the road, get out of town and get into nature. Check out this amazingly awesome Teardrop Trailer. For more great outdoor project ideas, head over to the Outdoorsmanning page.

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NEW 2009 Rocky Mountain Element Team Mountain Bike $2,000

dessy.richard@yahoo.com bikeworld.world@gmail.com.Dear Customer, Rocky Mountain Eleme BilNEW 2008/2009 l Bike world Ltd is one of the leading bike distributors.We are Legitimate registered Company under licensed number(RC43315).We ship via FedEx,UPS or DHL, and your ordered items will get to your door step within 48 hrs(Two Working Day).We sell all kinds Cannondale, Cervelo, Ellsworth, Giant, Jamis, Klein, Kona, Litespeed, Rocky Mountain, Santa Cruz, Specialized, Trek, Gary Fisher bikes Here are some of our price list: NEW Cervelo P2C Ultegra Bicycle - 2008-CRV8P2CU....$2000 NEW 2009 Cannondale Road Tandem Bike....... $1,600 NEW 2009 Cannondale F4000 SL Mountain Bike..... $2,400 NEW 2009 Cannondale Gemini 900 Mountain Bike..... $1,200 NEW 2009 Cannondale Mountain Tandem Bike..... $1,200 NEW 2009 Cannondale Prophet 4000 Mountain Bike..... $2,600 NEW 2009 Cannondale R1000 Road Bike..... $1,000 NEW 2009 Cannondale Scalpel 3000 Mountain Bike.... $2,600 NEW 2009 Cannondale Six13 Team 1 Dura Ace Road Bike..... $2,400 NEW 2009 Cervelo Soloist Carbon Road Bike..... $2,800 NEW 2009 Cervelo P3 Carbon Road Bike..... $3,200 NEW 2009 Cervelo Soloist Team Road Bike..... $1,900 NEW 2009 Ellsworth Epiphany Mountain Bike..... $3,000 NEW 2009 Ellsworth Moment Mountain Bike..... $3,400 NEW 2009 Ellsworth Truth Mountain Bike..... $2,800 NEW 2009 Gary Fisher Cake 1 DLX Mountain Bike..... $1,700 NEW 2009 Giant Anthem 1 Mountain Bike..... $1,200 NEW 2008 Santa Cruz Blur LT Mountain Bike $2,200 NEW 2008 Santa Cruz Nomad Mountain Bike $2,000 NEW 2008 Santa Cruz V 10 Mountain Bike $2,200 NEW 2008 Specialized Demo 8 Mountain Bike $2,000 NEW 2008 Specialized Enduro SL Pro Carbon Mountain Bike $2,100 NEW 2008 Specialized Epic Comp Mountain Bike $1,150 NEW 2008 Specialized Epic Marathon Mountain Bike $1,700 NEW 2008 Specialized Roubaix Pro Road Bike $1,700 NEW 2008 Specialized Ruby Pro Road Bike $1,700 NEW 2008 Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper Fsr Carbon Bike $2,300 NEW 2008 Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL Sram Road Bike $2,300 NEW 2008 Specialized S-Works Roubaix Dura Ace Road Bike $2,300 NEW 2008 Specialized Stumpjumper Comp Mountain Bike $1,000 NEW 2008 Specialized Tarmac Pro Double Road Bike $1,700 NEW 2008 Specialized Transition Pro Road Bike $1,700 NEW 2009 MARIN Juinper Trail Bike $900 NEW 2009 MARIN Wildcat Trail Bike $1,200 NEW 2009 MARIN Alpine Trail Bike $1,300 NEW 2009 MARIN East Peak Bikw $1,550 NEW 2009 MARIN Rock Springs Bike $1,300 NEW 2009 MARIN Rift Zone Bike $1,400 NEW 2009 MARIN Rift Zone SE Bike $ 1,300 NEW 2009 MARIN Wolf Ridge Bike $1,600 NEW 2009 MARIN Mount Vision Bike $1,800 NEW 2009 MARIN Attack Trail Bike $1,810 NEW 2009 MARIN Mount Vision Pro Bike $2,600 NEW 2009 Cannondale Road Tandem Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Cannondale F4000 SL Mountain Bike $2,300 NEW 2009 Cannondale Gemini 900 Mountain Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Cannondale Mountain Tandem Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Cannondale Prophet 4000 Mountain Bike $2,500 NEW 2009 Cannondale R1000 Road Bike $1,000 NEW 2009 Cannondale Scalpel 3000 Mountain Bike $2,500 NEW 2009 Cannondale Six13 Team 1 Dura Ace Road Bike $2,300 NEW 2009 Klein Q-Pro XV Road Bike $1,200 NEW 2009 Kona Dawg Primo Mountain Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Kona Kula Supreme Mountain Bike $1,800 NEW 2009 Kona Stinky Mountain Bike $1,000 NEW 2009 Kona Kula Lisa Mountain Bike $1,000 NEW 2009 Kona Four Lisa Mountain Bike $1000 NEW 2009 Kona Blast Deluxe - Gold - SRP $900 NEW 2009 Cervelo Soloist Carbon Road Bike $2,200 NEW 2009 Cervelo P3 Carbon Road Bike $2,200 NEW 2009 Cervelo Soloist Team Road Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Ellsworth Epiphany Mountain Bike $2,400 NEW 2009 Ellsworth Moment Mountain Bike $2,500 NEW 2009 Ellsworth Truth Mountain Bike $2,100 NEW 2009 Gary Fisher Cake 1 DLX Mountain Bike $1,400 NEW 2009 Giant Anthem 1 Mountain Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Giant Reign X0 Mountain Bike $1,700 NEW 2009 Giant Tcr Composite 1 Road Bike $1,400 NEW 2009 Giant Trance 1 Mountain Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Jamis Dakar XC Pro Mountain Bike $1,800 NEW 2009 Litespeed Bella Road Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Litespeed Ghisallo Road Bike $2,500 NEW 2009 Litespeed Niota Ti Mountain Bike $2,700 NEW 2009 Litespeed Tuscany Road Bike $1,700 NEW 2009 Rocky Mountain Element Team Mountain Bike $2,000 NEW 2009 Rocky Mountain Slayer 70 Mountain Bike $1,600 NEW 2009 Trek 5000 Road Bike $1,100 NEW 2009 Trek Pilot SL 5.9 Road Bike $1,800 NEW 2009 Trek Tandem T 2000 Road Bike $1,400 NEW 2009 Trek Madone SSL 6.9 Road Bike $2,800 NEW 2009 Trek Top Fuel SL Mountain Bike $2,800 Get back to me with your full order if you are really interested in buying from us via email regards,sales manager.

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