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Don't know how I missed posting up pics of my '74 "A" model Moto-Bike here.

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Bringin' this thread back from the dead.

 

Decided against letting this one go...gonna hang onto it for a while longer.

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Bump. (Will try to DL old bucket pics) 

 

 

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The  beast ! 

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Got this little fire coming home today. Pops found it at a motorcycle swap in  Georgia. Always wanted a real Moto-Bike lol

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nice suspension stash developing there Ely

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6 hours ago, S.Brothers said:

nice suspension stash developing there Ely

Just over here trying man lol

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Cool old thread bump

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Ok this is an Australian copy of a Moto Bike called a Crossrider. This particular bike has a thread on here somewhere,i bought it around 5years ago as is.They only came out in Yellow originally.

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On 1/19/2008 at 10:09 PM, SHADESSEAN said:

B-B-B-OING

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I need to finish putting this back together. I took it a part to get new powder and rebuild it. This bike is the most fun bike I have ever ridden. I raced Bmx, mountain bike downhill (Mammoth mountain kamikaze downhill) and dual slalom, street riding and single track mtb. It’s just a very fun bike to ride. Based on my 24” Rumblefish Barracuda with front and rear suspension and front and rear Magura hydraulic rim brakes.  I built this in 1991 for the Mammoth mountain Kamikaze downhill and dual slalom race. I got it done the day I was leaving for the race and had to wait for the rear shock to be made and the guy who was making the shock bailed on me. So I packed up my wife and kids and drove 6 hours to Bishop. Spent the night there and got up early morning and drove to the airport in mammoth and tracked down a welder to have new my old shock mounts cut off (mount were made for shock I didn’t get) and have new mount welded on for other shock I had for a back up. Got bike together and rode the bike for the first time from the car to the of the dual slalom. 

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That’s a very cool bike and the story is cool too. May I ask where you got the frame powder coated and if you liked the way it turned out. I’ve been looking for someone local to spray a frame and some parts but am leary about paying good money for a bad job.

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3 hours ago, dav451 said:

That’s a very cool bike and the story is cool too. May I ask where you got the frame powder coated and if you liked the way it turned out. I’ve been looking for someone local to spray a frame and some parts but am leary about paying good money for a bad job.

I was using r&r powder coating but I recently had a falling out with them. Missing eta’s by weeks. Storing parts outside in the back lot and parts getting missed placed.     I dropped off a frame to have it powder coated blue and when I picked it up it was root beer (the guy never takes notes). I’ve had a couple parts done the wrong color. I was very forgiving because the work was good and the price was reasonable but when I dropped off the sidehack for my grandsons to get done they missed the second eta and they said it would be weeks before it would get done. I got into with the owner, well let’s just say I won’t be going back. So I’m looking for someone new. Thanks for your comments on my bike.

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6 hours ago, Papa Wheelie 03x said:

I was using r&r powder coating but I recently had a falling out with them. Missing eta’s by weeks. Storing parts outside in the back lot and parts getting missed placed.     I dropped off a frame to have it powder coated blue and when I picked it up it was root beer (the guy never takes notes). I’ve had a couple parts done the wrong color. I was very forgiving because the work was good and the price was reasonable but when I dropped off the sidehack for my grandsons to get done they missed the second eta and they said it would be weeks before it would get done. I got into with the owner, well let’s just say I won’t be going back. So I’m looking for someone new. Thanks for your comments on my bike.

Thanks for the reply. This is what I’m looking to avoid. There’s a car rim repair shop in corona that does polishing and powdercoating that I thinking of trying out. I guess  I just need to do it and cross my fingers, lol.

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The last place I used was UTV speed inc. I had the sidehack coated and some parts. I had two colors done, both were colors were two coats each. A chrome base and a translucent color. They got it done the next day. $100.00 minimum per color, not per coat. They did a good job but did miss masking a few places. They are over behind pedal power bike shop. In the same business complex. Seven S powder is in that same complex, never used them. Plus there is another powder coater in that same complex. Good luck.

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I got this bike a year or 2 ago. I it’s a Greenline, it’s my second one. I paid $45.00 for it. When I got the first one I thought it was a Yamaha motobike when I was it on Craigslist but after seeing it I realized it wasn’t. It was cheap so I got it. I had a Yamaha bike when I was a kid and I loved it. I never heard of greenline or seen a knock like this. Thanks for looking.

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Looks pretty modern but can definitely see the Yamaha influences.  

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Webco Mono Sinle gusset. 

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