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  1. Here is my 6 Champion framed bikes, i just picked up my 7th. Photos to come..
  2. Its from Dan, looks like 280... Well never know...
  3. # CF 011 Adam Cox (jmc/ace) # CF 038 Kevin Mariolle # CF 039 Roc # CF 043 Frazer Bradshaw # CF 057 Jon Clark # CF 059 Dunphy1 # CF 075 seda # CF 095 RandyS # CF 112 Roc # CF 125 Jz56oval # CF 148 JP Bail # CF 187 Spike # CF 189 John Wells # CF 200 Roc # CF 209 seda # CF 214 Larock # CF 240?/250? DAN # CF 258 Roc # CF 259 dewabo # CF 264 Cecil Yother, Jr. "cj" # CF-280 Aaron # CF-? (filed) Roc # CF-? (filed)Spike # CF-? (filed) Larock # CF-? (filed) Waza # CF-? Ray Mariolle # CF-? Hank and Frank Bicycles I just updated this registry, with me owning #280 Again! I just got it back, as I owned it from back a few years ago. Nice to have it back.!!
  4. Another thing nobody pointed out, the key hole, back of seatmast, under the seat clamp. Early Flovals tended to crack back here. Mine did 4 times. This one, is like new. Look in my photos. This thing is so clean. Not one hint of cracks, of course its never been raced, or even jumped.
  5. My Original Floval had a Landing gear fork, and a 24 inch Tuff wheel on the front. Other parts where similar. Back in the day, I rode the crap outa mine. This one here, was ridden down the street maybe twice. No cracks, drop outs look like virgins. This is almost NOS! Floval Frame, Landing gear race fork, Sr Cranks, Sr Seat Clamp, Sr Stem, SE Seat, bars and Seat post, Sugino Spider, GT Platform pedals, MX1000 with DX lever, AME modular grips, Araya 7x on Sunshine hubs. Comp3 tires
  6. When I was 16, I had the 1st Floval in the store, and loved that bike. Until I cracked it, sold it when I was 18. I knew one of my buddies had this one, tucked away, and turns out he built it new in 1980, then parked it. Where it sat, burried under a pile of tires, for 30 plus years. We dug it out last week, I never know it had Bottemas, and beautiful blue rims. All SE parts. My friend sold it to me, and after a quick clean up, here it is. All OG finish, decals, parts, rubber, everything original. Grips fell apart, but everything else is intact.
  7. Crap! I had bikes ready for BOTY, and the last month got so hectic, I just realized I missed BOTY! damm!! Looks like it was a great BOTY this time. Good job to the winners! Squareback cruiser, amazing!
  8. Yup, they are from Malaysia, but thanks to a guy we know, I ended up with a pare, he told me they where rare, I shoulda known, the lack of brand name had me suspicious from the getgo...
  9. Any chance an early Jimmy W FORK? THE WELD QUALITY, AND LACK OF BRAND STAMPING HAS ME PUZZLED.. Darn caps....
  10. Thats my dilema, no stamping anywhere. No name.... Thats why I dont think Tange is answer...
  11. Hi, my thoughts are It looks like a LRV, or Tange, possibly a Wienert, but there is no name stamped on steer tube, and the weld quality is too good, for most of the 70's made forks, which alot of those early forks had tooth paste looking welds. Not these which look more precision. And the fork is almost with zero rake. Anybody know what they are? And if so, Also looking for stickers (lol), once I get this figured out. Anyone?
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