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  1. What a great pic , Bicycle Motocross Action Feb 1980
  2. Saw Stu Thomsen posted this on FB a while ago and had to grab it. Too cool of info to lose over there. as quoted by Stu : These are photos of my old Huffy . Hadley and I were given the green light by Huffy to seek a local frame builder rather then sending our designs to Ohio. I gave what I wanted in design (demensions) to the frame builders at GT Bicycles and this is what they built. Didn't need anything fancy or cute in design. 19.5 TT C/C Chain stay 15.5 center of BB to center of dropout. Seat mast 10 1/8 C/C 4" head tube with small enforcement ring. 1" diameter TT tubing 1 1/4 diameter Bottom tube I don't have forks so I don't know what the rake is nor do I know the BB height.
  3. Not sure what Golden Breed is, but here's an ad with Stu Thomsen from the first issue of an Austrailian BMX magazine called BMX Pancake. 1981.