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~~ OLD SCHOOL BMX 20 inch (1979 and earlier) ~~

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My 1978 Champion Squareback 20". I finished this bike January 1st of this year. On that day, I joined BMX Society, and shared it (bike) with you guys. It is a recreation of my original bike I raced as 16 Expert class bitd. This bike is 98% exact as to what I raced. All parts are Original finish. With exception of custom pad set, and bottom bracket is a YST newer part. I originally ran a Cook Bros bottom bracket. And, regarding the neck, it is my original neck, as it was not stolen. And at some point I had traded the top clamps with my Slantline CBR stem. So I call this stem my "Cookline"...

 

Frame: 1978 Champion 20” Squareback Chromoly,

2 og frame sticker (right down tube) (Bike shop sticker)

2 repop frame stickers (head tube and left downtube)

Forks: Original finish chrome Champion (RRS style)

Bars: Original finish chrome Redline 29” wide PRO bars

Stem: Original finish Redline Squareback stem base with CBR box clamps “Cook-Line”

Grips: Tange ( Camshape) NOS

Headset: Beartrap Chromo og

Cranks: Campagnolo 170mm Strada og

Bottom Bracket: YST sealed

Chainring: Campagnolo track chainring 42 tooth og

Chain ring bolts ”MCS gold anno”

Pedals: BOB REEDY show polished (before I got them)

Freewheel: Shimano 18T og

Chain: KMC “black

Seat: French touring “Grand Prix”

Seat Post: VDC solid aluminum rubber inserts NOS

Seat post clamp: Suntour gold

Brakes: Dia Compe

Brake pads: Mint Mathauser silver finned pads

Brake lever Dia Compe

Brake cable: Yellow dia compe

Wheels: Gold Araya 7c polishid sides ….. 20 x 1.75 rims og

Hubs: 1st gen Philwoods with logo intact on rear only, front logo is gone

Spokes: DT heat treated black spokes with copper nipples

Front Tire:Cheng Shin knobby 20 x 2.125”

Back Tire: Cheng Shin knobby 20 x 1.75”

PAD SET: CUSTOM MADE, AFTER MARKET …. Hand made

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FMF TEAM REPLICA

 

I had the opportunity to buy this frame set from 3rd gear earlier this year, it had previously been built up by Rick G. I loved how Rick had it so much that I stuck as closely to that as possible. I was gifted several items on this bike to help it come together, rear tire from Rick G, pads from Waz, the sprocket from Volcano and BB from Coasty. Thank you guys vey much. Not only for parts but for information.

 

Frame FMF TEAM REPLICA OG finish and decals

Fork Cook Brothers re chromed

Stem Redline double clamp OG

Grips Preston Petty Hex NOS

Bars Alloy NOS

Post FMF OG finish and decal

Seat San Marco OG

Rims first gen lacquer 7Bs NOS

Rear Hub Bendix “Red Stripe” coaster OG

Front Hub Sunshine OG

Front Tire Chen Shin NOS

Rear Tire Good Year NOS

Sprocket Schwinn

 

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Millman commissioned

1976 10 hole G-boy.

 

Serial GB 020 (Tim Millman’s frame)

 

In 1976 John Millman sought a welder to build a lightweight aluminum frame for his sons to race more competitively. He found a local machine shop that could do the job, owned by Gene Grable. John had one made which was a direct copy of a Webco (but alloy) for his son Tim, it’s life was very short lived so they created a larger gusset for strength. The second (for Johnny) had an eleven hole gusset. A decision was made to commission a run of fifty of these bikes with a ten hole gusset the Millmans kept 10 and Gene kept 40 to sell. G boy was born.

 

This is the 20th G boy made, one of the 10 kept by the Millmans and was Tims personal frame.

 

As you can see it has been very crudely built but it’s the agricultural feel of this bike that I have tried to keep. I have tried to make it raw and ugly but industrial and beautiful at the same time. I’d like to thank Tim Millman for giving me this frame, it’s historical significance to me is HUGE. Hope you like it!

 

The seat tube has been replaced and matching those lovely welds was quite a task.

 

FRAME 10 hole G boy GB 020 OG

DECAL G boy NOS

FORK G boy girder NOS

STEM Cook Brothers clamps OG

BARS Honda MX stripped

GRIPS Oakley 1 NOS

BRAKES Dia Compe

SEAT Messinger OG

CLAMP Suntour OG

SPIDER (?) OG

SPROCKET Addicks swiss cheese NOS

CRANKS Takagi MX re chromed

PEDALS KKT NOS

RIMS Araya 7b re anodized

HUBS Phil Wood OG

TIRES Chen Shin Tractor NOS

PLATE Hunt Wilde NOS

 

 

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1979 Torker LP

Three years of slow and steady, and finally complete. A black Torker stem was the last piece and finally came available for trade this past summer. So, finally ready to call this one done. With Serial number TT 1152 L on the bottom bracket, this barely squeaks in as a December 1979 chromoly Torker. Built in the model of how me and my buddies did it BITD. Some good stuff, some nameless stuff. Ready for field jumping or race.

 

Nothing is refinished, all OG finish on everything.

 

Frame: 1979 Torker LP chromoly. OG head tube badge. Rest are repops.

Forks: Torker

Stem: Black Torker

Bars: Generic black V-bars

Grips: Oury

Headset: MX-II

Cranks: Takagi MX 170

BB: Tange

Spider/Chainwheel/Bolts: Sugino

Chain: DID

Pedals: KKT

Brakes: Shimano Tourney (QR) and coaster brake

Wheels: Tuff I's. Unstamped

Seat post and clamp: Generic

Seat: Kashimax MX

Front tire: Cheng Shen knobby 2.125

Rear tire: Golden Boy snakebelly 1.75

Number plate: 44/16 custom with my 1979 race number

Pads: Nothing special

 

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I wanted to enter this one last year but couldn't get it finished in time..

(finished it in february)

So here it is for BOTY 2012:

Toby Henderson's

1978 Pro Rampar

(as in the 1979 BMXA ads)

- '78 BMX Products Inc. made nickle plated Rampar frame

- drilled nickle Team Mongoose forks

- Pro size Rampar bars + Rampar pad

- Oakley 2 Red and Black Grip

- Pro Neck with OG prism decal + Pad

- early Tange Patent pending serial stamped headset

- Skyway Tuff II's metal flange with Suntour coasterbrake

- Raleigh BMX Racer tires 20x2.125 + Raleigh inner tubes

- Sugino 1pc pre date stamped + sugino spider, bolts and chainwheel

- Tange 24 BB

- Red anodised seatpost + Suntour clamp

- Rampar roadbike seat

- 1978 rubber Marvel Hulk figurine (as advised by Cpt. Elbows himself)

- Replica of Henderson's Factory Plate

 

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Just finished my 76 Webco. Took almost 8 months. I kept this build all era correct and mostly original with some guidance from Monster when I had questions. Hope you like it.

 

Frame - 76 Webco found spray bombed, matched paint from inside profesionally painted.

Forks - 76 stamped Ashtabula, refinished in original manganese phosphate

Stem - 76 stamped Ashtabula, refinished in original manganese phosphate

Cranks - 76 stamped Ashtabula, refinished in original manganese phosphate

Chain ring/ Chain - OG, given OA bath and polished the CR, oiled the chain

Pedals - NOS black KKT rat traps

Rims - OG Arayas, just cleaned up and polished, same with spokes

Hubs- OG Shimano MX rear, and OG Shimano high flange front dated 76, both cleaned up and rebuilt with NOS rebuild kits

Bars - NOS Dorcy MX

Grips - NOS MX style

Headset- Replaced with era correct schwinn due to corrosion

Seat - Mesinger very nice condition

Seat post clamp - OG just cleaned up

Tires/ Tubes - OG tubes with new Cheng Shin C183s

Number plate- NOS Hunt Wilde with NOS letters and NOS Ash decals

Pads - NOS black button vinyl

Decals - I had them made. Took just as long as the whole project but they turned out basically perfect

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1978 SE RACING BD-III

 

Had the frame and forks for a fair few years but never really knew what to do with it, then a couple of years ago I was looking through some old pics and found the bike gallery ones. I'd not seen these for years but instantly knew thats how I wanted to build the BD III. I completed the build mid way through this year.

 

I want to say a huge thanks to Ben Joy who has given me heaps of information not only about the Bike Gallery but also stacks of BMX history.

All parts that have been re finished have been painted not powdered.

 

FRAME - 1978 BD-III (restored)

FORK - SE Innvoation (restored

STEM - SR mini (OG finish)

BARS - Race Inc (restored)

GRIPS - Oakley 2's (nos)

LEVER - Weinmann pre bent (og finish just cleaned well)

CALIPER - Weimann (og finish just cleaned well)

BLOCKS - Mathauser

HEADSET - MX II nos

CRANK - Apex SR (dated 78 and re finished)

CHAIN ring - SR (re finished)

PEDALS - Lyotard 482 nos

RIMS - Araya 7c 9 (restored)

HUBS - Suntour (nos)

TYRES - COMP II (nos)

CLAMP - Schwinn ( og finish)

SEAT - Kashimax (nos)

 

 

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1977/78 ASHTABULA

 

This was an almost complete survivor (minus the wheel set, pedals and seat) that i picked up earlier this year. All i did was clean it up.

Everything on this bike is original finish.

Nothing has been repainted or restored.

 

Frame: ASHTABULA (original paint & decals)

Fork: ASHTABULA

HandleBars: BOX BARS (unknown)

Stem: ASHTABULA

Cranks: ASHTABULA

Bottom Bracket: Unknown

Headset: Unknown

Grips: Unmarked waffle (black)

Rims: ARAYA 7B (1st Gen)

Front Hub: SUNSHINE

Rear Hub: SHIMANO (coaster brake)

Front Spokes: (14 gauge)

Rear Spokes: (105 gauge)

Front Tire: CARLISLE Agressor MX (2.125)

Rear Tire: CHENG SHIN C-183 (1.75)

Seat: KASHIMAX (quited)

Post: Unknown (steel)

Seatclamp: Unknown (steel)

Pedals: KKT (Rat Trap)

Chain: REGINA

Chainring: WEBCO

Pads: VINYL (black)

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1979 SE RACING STR-1

 

Re finished frame / fork and bars, everything else is OG finish or NOS.

 

FRAME - 79 STR-1

FORK - Gen 1 LG's

STEM - MCS OG finish

BARS - SE maxi

GRIPS - Hunt Wilde NOS

HEADSET - MX II nos

CLAMP - PLME OG

SEAT - Messinger

CRANK - Takagi MX OG finish

CHAIN RING - Takagi MX NOS

SPIDER - Takagi MX NOS

PEDALS - NOS Atom

WHEELS - NOS Tuff 1's

TYRES - NOS Carlisle Aggressor

 

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1974 A&A racing

Moto X Cycle, monoshock.

 

When A&A racing went into the manufacturing of BMX frames, bars and other sundry, it for the most part stuck to the component side of things. As a result or maybe because of this it only produced 2000 complete bikes. The following is a quote from A&A racing's website. "There were three versions available; rigid, single shock andtwin shock. All had telescopic forks. More than 10,000 frame kits were sold aswell as 2,000 complete bicycles." Yes that's right kids! A&A is still around today. Still making go-fast parts for dirt track bikes. Having nothing nor wanting anything to do with BMX.

 

 

This A&A monoshock is one of the 2000. It's been an adventure getting it back to this state. If you want to read the whole adventure on my resent history with this bike than click here. Or just enjoy the list and the pictures first.

 

Frame. A&A monoshock.

 

Fork. A&A spring action w/ “horseshoe” brace.

 

Head set. Wald

 

Bars. A&A.

 

Grips. Triumph/ BSAstyle, unknown brand.

 

Shock. Spring action, adjustable.

 

Cranks. One piece Wald.

 

Bottom bracket set. Wald.

 

Pedals. Vista, rat traps.

 

Seat. A&A. (loaf type.)

 

Fender. A&A.

 

Rims. Steel 36 spoke dimpled. Unknown brand.

 

Spokes. Standard steel .120 gauge.

 

Front hub. Non-stamped ASC 36 spoke.

 

Rear hub. Bendix coaster brake, 36 spoke.

 

Tires. Goodyear Eagle knobby, 20x2.125.

 

 

 

 

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1978 Team Mongoose

 

Living in Hawaii at the time, I got a Schwinn from my brother then a Sears Fake BMX bike as my first bicycles. I worked for my friend's dad delivering Newspapers and got a Super-X for Christmas in 1977. Tony's dad bought 7 BMX Products bicycles for his 6 kids and a "cheap" stock Super-X for me (boy I thought it was a heavy bike). That got stolen and I was devestated. My parents eventually bought me a Red Team Mongoose for my birthday in August of 1978. I loved that bike as it was everything BMX to me. I raced it from late 1978-early 1980 when I then moved to California and got sponsored by Pedals and Wheels bike shop in San Mateo. That red team got its paint peeled off like everyone else did back then. I built this bike as a tribute to my Red Team Mongoose. It's all original finishes and nice used parts...some kinda hard to find. Man the candy paint and prizmatic decals scream late 1970's!

 

Frame: 1978 Red Candy Team Mongoose Original finish

Fork: Red Candy Team Mongoose Original finish

Bars: OG anno red Race Inc

Stem: Original Mongoose Gold stem

Headset: Mongoose

Saddle: Mongoose suede

Seat Post: Red anno Race Inc

Seat clamp: Mongoose

Rims: Araya 7B OG used

Hubs: Campy High Flange

Freewheel: Black Shimano 333 14t

Chain ring: Shimano 39t Original to the frame and cranks

Chain: DID

Cranks: Original Dura Ace that came stock with this frame

Bottom bracket: Schwinn

Pedals: KKT Rat Traps OG

Tires: Black Carlisle 20x1.75

Grips: Black Oakley 2

Brakes: Shimano Tourney w/custom bentLever

Brake pads: Shimano

Pads: OG 1st Gen BMX Products pads set Vinyl (extremely rare)

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1976 Dan Gurney Squareback

 

I have had this frame and have been planing this build for a while now. Getting the wheels built was the hold up so I looked up a few youtube videos and taught myself. This frame has a larger gusset than I have seen on most Gurney squarebacks. The last picture is from the craigslist and how it looked when I bought it.

 

Frame Dan Gurney Squareback OG finish and decals

Fork Gurney OG finish

Stem NOS Ashtabula

Crank NOS Ashtabula

Grips NOS Gum grips

Bars Unknown

Seat NOS Troxal Banana seat

Rims Araya 2.125 steel

Rear Hub NOS Shimano MX

Front Hub NOS Shimano MX

Front Tire NOS Cheng Shin

Rear Tire NOS Cheng Shin

Sprocket Arrow

Pedals NOS CM

Padset NOS Stars and stripes

 

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'76 FMF TEAM REPLICA

 

Just your basic racer! No story for this one, just built with parts I have been collecting.

 

Frame FMF TEAM REPLICA OG finish and repro decals

Fork Redline w/repro decals

Crankset Takagi MX

Stem NOS Dorcy double clamp

Grips Winners Circle

Bars Unknown

Seat Kashima

Rims First Gen Araya 7B

Rear Hub Shimano MX

Front Hub Shimano MX

Front Tire NOS Aggressor MX

Rear Tire NOS Aggressor MX

Sprocket NOS Addicks w/ Takagi MX spider

Pedals MCS

Pad set Speedo

 

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1976 R&R CR-1

 

This is the orignal chrome that I managed to save from the dreaded rust demon, the decals are repops.

 

It has an extremely rare Addicks front hub that until now has been thought of as never being produced.

 

Frame: R&R CR-1 (original chrome, repop decals)

Forks: Matthews Girder

Headset: Wald

Bars: Honda Motocross Bars

Grips: Hunt Wilde

Cranks: TA Cyclotourist

Chainring: TA Cyclotourist 44t

Chainring Bolts: TA Cyclotourist

Pedals: Wagner Rat Trap

Chain: DID

Seat: San Marco Leather (Now changed to a Schwinn Mesinger)

Seat Guts: R&R

Seat Post: Fluted Aluminium

Seat Clamp: Cinelli

Rims: Schurmann

Hubs: Addicks front / Bendix coaster rear

Tyres: Cheng Shin Knobbly

Plate: Hunt Wilde

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'76 Champion Schwerma

 

I bought this wheelset a long time ago and built the rest of the bike around them. Everything is original finish and decals except for the head tube decal and the rims were polished at one point in their life.

 

Frame Champion Schwerma built

Fork Redline

Crankset Campagnolo Record

Bottom Bracket Campagnolo Record w/press in adapters

Stem Early Redline

Grips Tacky Grips

Bars Early Redline Nickel V-bars

Seat Freccia d'oro

Rims First Gen Araya 7B

Rear Hub Campagnolo Record Track Hub and Nuts

Front Hub Campagnolo Record Track Hub and Nuts

Front Tire Aggressor MX 2.125

Rear Tire Cheng Shin 1.75

Sprocket Campagnolo Drillium

Freewheel Shimano 333

Brake Weinman

Brake lever Diacompe

Pads Mathauser

Pedals HTT

Headset Schwinn

Seatpost Wald

Seatpost Clamp Schwinn

Chain Regina 1/2" x 3/32"

 

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I must preface this post with the thanks to many great members here who helped me with this build, be it parts or knowledge it wouldn't be possible without you guys

 

1977 Race Inc

 

Original finishes throughout

 

Decals are licenced reproductions (frame was sourced without frame decals and FMF decal on head tube)

 

From the top down:

 

Oury Grips

Race Inc bars

Dia Compe pre-bent lever

Weinmann brake cable stamped 77

Unstamped Tuff Neck Stem

Tange Headset

Tange TX-500 forks

Wheelset bought as complete with Beige bearing Bullseye hubs, candy coated spokes, 7C rims and Comp II tyres, only change was a skinny on the rear

Takagi MX Cranks

Addicks spider

Campagnolo chainring bolts

Addicks chainring

Hare pedals

Weinmann rear caliper stamped 77

Troxel seat

Hatta bottom bracket

 

 

A pleasure to share with you all

 

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1979 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

 

Parts List:

 

Frame - 1979 P.K. Ripper "Roundtop" with original paint and stickers

Fork - Tange forks Original finish

Wheels - Araya 7b's Original Finish with Sunshine Hubs polished and reassembled with original spokes and nipples Stamped '78

Cranks - Campagnolo OG

Seat Post - S.E. Troxel OG

Seat - Shotgun 1

Seat Clamp - Dia Compe OG

Breaks - Dia Compe 1000's OG

Break Pads - Skyway Break Pads (My original break pads from when I was racing my PK as a kid)

Stem - Tuff-Neck Patent Pending OG

Bars - SE Racing OG

Grips - Oakley 1's OG

Pedals - KKT Lightning OG

 

It was always my dream to have a round top Pk. As a kid I raced a PK and then a JMC shadow. This bike is truly rare. As far as I know, one of maybe 3 that exist with original paint and stickers.

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1979 POWERLITE

 

 

I have finally had the honor to buy an original finish 1979 POWERLITE from Brent Wheeler. I had all the parts ready for this awesome build. I bought the wheels from stevenbven and the hubs from my friend Benny. All of the rest of the parts I had laying around. I had to make a PL-1 clamp because I couldn't find one in time. This bike is built with all original finish parts except for the decals.I received the frame with none. Hope you all dig it!

 

 

Frame and fork - POWERLITE

Bars - Powerlite

Grips - OURY

Lever cover - Schwinn

Pads - From Strawberry Bicycle shop Hemet Ca. old stock

Stem - SR Double hump

Head set - Beartrap

Brakes - Dia-Comp

Cranks - Takagi MX

Spider - Takagi MX

Chainwheel - Takagi

Pedals - KKT KM-x

BB - Mongoose 28 TPI

Chain - IZUMI

Wheels - ARAYA

Hubs - Sunshine W/ Flip Flop rear

Freewheels - Suntour 14T and 17T

Spokes - DT Swiss

Nipples - ARAYA

Tires - Cheng Shin

Seat - Kashimax

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1979 DG RACER 2

 

Here is an all original finish DG RACER 2. I received this bike 2 months ago from a friend. It was built like a Rooster and needed to be built like a Racer. It had very rusty Femco rims, Ashtabula stem and cranks. I removed all the rusty parts for now and built her with light weight racing parts. I will put her back to original when I find some really nice Femcos. This is a no-serial numbered bike and un-drilled frame and forks. It still has the DG Racer sticker remnants. I removed the Cross-bar pad so you can see the beautiful red that has been protected all these years. Hope you all dig it!

 

 

 

 

Frame and Fork - DG Racer No-serial un-drilled

Bars - FMF

Grips - Hunt n Wilde

Stem - Tuf -Neck

Stem pad - NOS from Strawberry Bicycle Shop in Hemet.

Headset - Tange Motocross

Cranks - Takagi MX

Spider - Takagi MX

Chainwheel - Takagi

Chain - IZUMI

Pedals - Wellgo

BB - Mongoose 28 TPI

Wheels - ARAYA

Hubs - Sunshine Front/ Shimano Coaster Rear

Tires -Cheng Shin

Seat - Grand Prix

Post - Laguna

Post clamp - Suntour

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1975 MotoPro

Nice original MotoPro SuperStar

Only example known with original paint & stickers

This bike is built with all original finish parts

Frame - MotoPro SuperStar Frame original paint & stickers

Fork - MotoPro Original chrome & stickers

Stem - Ashtabula

Grips - Oakley Copies

Bars - A&A Box Bars original paint

Seat Post - Steel

Seat Clamp - Schwinn

Seat - Quilted Vinyl

Rims - Araya Chrome Box

Rear Hub - Shimano Coaster

Front Hub - Chair Chrome

Front Tire - Chen Shin C-183

Rear Tire - Cheng Shin C-183

Sprocket - Unknown

Cranks - Ashtabula

Pedals - Union Rat Trap

Chain - D.I.D.

Pads - Black Snap Vinyl

 

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1976 Dan Gurney Eagle

Only example known with original paint & sticker

This bike is built with all original finish parts

 

Frame - Dan Gurney Eagle Squareback Frame

original paint & sticker

Fork - Redline original nickel

Stem - Ashtabula

Headset - Schwinn

Grips - O.G.K. Waffle

Bars - AAA Rascal Aluminum Bars

Seat Post - Steel

Seat Clamp - Schwinn

Seat - Mesinger Vinyl

Rims - Motomag 1

Front Tire - Carlisle Aggressor MX

Rear Tire - Carlisle Aggressor MX

Chainring - Takagi MX

Spider - Takagi MX

Cranks - Ashtabula

Chain - Rusty

Pedals - KKT Rat Trap

Chain - Union

Pads - Stars & Bars

 

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1976 Peddlepower

Original paint & stickers

This bike is built with all original finish parts

 

Frame - Peddlepower original paint & stickers

Fork - Redline original nickel & stickers

Stem - Unstamped Tuf Neck

Headset - Schwinn

Grips - Toadstool

Bars - VDC Fluted Aluminum Bars

Brake Lever - Pre-Bent Shimano

Brake Caliper - Shimano Tourney

Seat Post - Steel

Seat Clamp - Schwinn

Seat - Quilted Black Vinyl

Rims - 1st Gen. Araya 7B

Front Hub - Suzue High Flange

Rear Hub - Shimano High Flange

Front Tire - Carlisle Aggressor MX

Rear Tire - Cheng Shin C-183

Chainring - Campagnolo

Cranks - Campagnolo Strada

Pedals - KKT Rat Trap

Chain - HKK

Pads - Black Vinyl

Number Plate - Hunt Wilde

 

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1976 Dan Gurney Double Eagle

Unique Double Downtube design

This bike is built with all original finish parts

 

Frame - Dan Gurney Double Eagle Frame

original chrome repro sticker

Fork - Redline original nickel

Stem - CEBE Double Clamp

Headset - Schwinn

Grips - O.G.K. Waffle

Bars - Chrome Box Bars

Seat Post - Laguna Aluminum

Seat Clamp - Schwinn

Seat - Quilted Kashima Vinyl

Rims - Chrome 7B Style

Front Hub - Chair Chrome

Rear Hub - Suntour Coaster

Front Tire - Cheng Shin C-183

Rear Tire - Cheng Shin C-183

Sprocket - Three Arrows

Cranks - Schwinn Diamond

Pedals - ATOM Rat Trap

Chain - D.I.D. Nickel

Pads - Black Vinyl

 

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1975 WEBCO Mini Team Replica

 

Here is a Webco that I purchased this past summer from the original owner out of Birmingham, AL. This was a birthday gift given to him back in the 70's. As he got into freestyle and racing in the 80's, the wheels, seat and pedals were thrashed by then, so he tossed them. I found a Cinelli seat and block pedals in my stash, then picked up a set of 7B's with moped style spokes/nipples to make it complete again (Thanks Steve!). The original handlebar was bent on one side and had yellow Oakley 3's with the ends blown-out, so I found an exact match to the bars and added the Preston Petty grips. Lastly, the seatpost it came with was a white Hutch layback which was bent twice. It was replaced with an old Schwinn post. The rest of the parts are original to the bike - headset, crank hanger set, sprocket, etc.

 

Frame: Webco (original finish, original decals)

Fork: Ashtabula MX

Handlebar: Box handlebar (unknown)

Stem: Ashtabula

Crank: Ashtabula

Crank Bearings: Unknown

Headset: Schwinn

Grips: Preston Petty Product

Rims: Araya 7B, 1st generation

Front Hub: Chair hub

Rear Hub: Bendix 76 coaster

Spokes: heavy gauge

Front Tire: Cheng Shin (2.125)

Rear Tire: Cheng Shin (2.125)

Seat: Cinelli Unicanitor

Seatpost: Schwinn w/double shim

Seatclamp: Unknown steel clamp

Pedals: Unknown block pedals

Chain: Unknown

Sprocket: Webco

Pads: Vinyl snap pads

 

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