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  1. I picked this from my friend Len when he decided to move it on. He'd had the frame & forks since 96 and had it had been stashed in his room after he moved onto another bike. The chrome is in amazing condition! It's not built as he had it back in 96 but I've been talking to him about how I was going to build it and what parts were going on ... so its fully LLP approved :-) 1996 S&M Holmes Oversize with Pitchforks S&M Race bars Araya RB17 rims laced to Crupi hubs Profile cranks Profile Whippet chainwheel Selle Italia seat Jive grips Primo Dirt Monster 1.75 / 1.95 tyres Base Brooklyn pad set Ron C headwrap ( used as cable wrap and brake lever cover ) Jive handle grips FSA Pig headset S&M pedals Diatech Hombre w/ VG cable hanger - Dia Compe Tech77 locking lever Primo Rod seatpost VG seat clamp
  2. ED209

    Zima

    Thanks fellas ... it also won me 1st place in the RADBMX MK16 S&S for Best Midschool Freestyle bike ... plus the trophy was presented by Mr Bob Haro :-) Here's the full build spec ... I was trying to get as many UK parts in as possible : Frame - Lightweight prototype Zima w/slidling post - raw Forks - Zima short legged - chrome Bars - GSPOrT Wunderbar - raw Wheels - ACS RL Edge rims laced to PE Engineering hubs Stem - TNT - alloy Tyres - ACS True 100 - 2.00 Grips - Bubble font A'me Tri - white Bar ends - Peregrine Levers - ACS '7' - silver Front brake - Reaction ACS Boa Megabrake - alloy Rear break - Dia Compe AD990 with GSPOrT Nuggets- alloy Gyro - Odyssey with GSPOrT Ring piece Cables - Odyssey Slic - white Cranks - GT Profile - chrome Chainwheel - GT - alloy Pedals - GT DX - alloy Chain - Izumi - silver Seat - Icaselle - white Seat post - Zima seat post - raw Seat clamp - custom Zima - alloy Pegs - Backyard Yardstix - chrome
  3. One of only 88 frames build between 93 and 96 by Steve Geall. This prototype sliding post Zima frame was built with lighter weight tubing compared to other Zimas. It also had a custom built seat clamp as later sliding post models had the clamp built into the frame.
  4. ED209

    Zima

    Thought you guys would like a look at my latest mid school build ... a 94 prototype sliding post Zima. These were made in the early 90s in England by Steve Geall ... this one was a prototype as it was made from lighter weight tubing than other Zimas ( renown for their strength ... and weight! ) Hope you like it :-) For more info on Zimas check out this link : http://www.radbmx.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,182160.0.html
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