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~~ MID-SCHOOL BMX 20" (1988 to 2000) ~~

 

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1999 SE Racing Quadangle

 

This is the last year of USA production for SE Racing.  It's a pretty sweet frameset... super long and comfy for the adult sized rider.

 

I wanted to build this realistically, using nice but not particularly exotic parts... I wanted it to be a realistic rendition of what I'd have built if I was say... a 17 expert in 1999.

 

This was the first time I'd built a bike with threadless headset and canti mounts, etc. from the ground up.  I feel so contemporary and with it! :wink:

 

Note that I'm only posting this to prime the pump, so to speak... it will be ineligible for voting, since I'm running the show.

 

 

SE Quadangle Frame

SE Landing Gear Fork

DK Stem

S&M Challenger handlebars

ODI Roughneck Grips

Magura brake set

Powerlite (Profile made) cranks

Powerlite 44 t sprocket

Shimano DX pedals

Spin Wheels

Rainbow Label Comp III tires

SDG - Bellair Saddle

Generic post and post clamp

 

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had been gathering parts for this build for a while. most parts hand polished by me in waiting for my son to be born. This bike is dedicated to my son, dream big!

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frame              1995 SE PK Ripper XL one of the first with canti's and oversized head tube

fork                 1995 SE Landing gear
wheels            Spin chrome metalized 
tires                 Primo V monsters blue .95
cranks             Supercross restored stripped threads
chainring        GT Flycutter
chain               Izumi
pedals             Crupi squares with powered se blue cages
bars                 Redline aluminum forklifters hand polished
Stem               Mosh Stem
Seat                Odyssey kevlar blue
post                uni alloy polished
guts                vg polished
brakes            shimano xt V brakes
Lever             Paul
Cable             Odyssey
 

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From Scot's memorial, before the rain came 

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Homeless Mack SL

I got this frame a couple years back. It was originally built up in 1991 by Carl Lein. Carl built the first jump at what we all know as Ninth Street in Austin TX.

Carl sold it to my friend Brian Allmand around 95 or 96.

I got it from Brian a couple years ago to round out my Homeless collection.

This is the first time I have built this frame into a complete.

James Shepherd was by my place a couple of months ago with the Mack SL he had just built. He is pictured with his bike.

 

Seeing James' bike inspired me to build mine. The parts used were all on hand in my garage. Nothing has been re-finished. More like barely cleaned. Fork Stickers are reproductions from the batch I had made. All other stickers, finishes original.

 

Parts are as follows:

F/F: Homeless SL 21 1/2" top tube/Homeless First gen. Second gen legs  did not extend past bottom of dropouts.

Bars:Redline Forflifter First gen

Stem: Homeless XL

Headset: Bear Trap

Cranks, Sprocket, Pedals: Profile 182mm, Odyssey, ShimanoDX

Wheels: Super Pro, Primo V monster Tires

Brake: AD-990 Tech 5 Lever, Odyssey Cable

Grips: Jive Handles

Seat: Selle Italia

Post: Dyno

Seat Post Clamp: Odyssey

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2001 Free Agent Limo

was a stock bLue powder coated FREEAGENT but got it used and abused.  I striped sanded and polished it out. then custom built it as I could afford parts I wanted.

frame Alloy FREE AGENT LIMO XXL size Team Issue threadless

forks chromed ELF PRO  with a 1 1/8  threadless stear tube

head set  Chris King 1 1/8

stem  Atomic Labs Alloy anodized titanium color.

handlebars S&M first GEN CHALLENGER Race

brake lever Scram 9.0 Carbon fiber.

grips PRIMO V

number plate old  mid school (UGP) UNDER GROUND PRODUCT

frame set pads by ANIMAL SKINS

brakes ODYSSEY A Brake with ODYSSEY Slick cable

seat mid school  SCHWINN STING

seat post SPK MOUNTAIN bike blue anodized and silver ALLOY ,   seat clamp SPK MOUNTAIN bike

 

wheels custom built rims ROLLING STONE AIRO  rims made by volcity, hubs SUZIE sealed bearing flip flop,spokes 36 stanless steal per wheel.

tires TIOGA COMP III   20/125 up front and 20/175 in back

tubs REDLINE race lite 20/175

mister tuffy tire liners

chain Shimano DURACE

suntour FREEWHEEL 16 TOOTH

cranks Race Face DH  alloy with travirty Euro to USA BB conversion kit.

pedals Rock Bros alloy  blue anodized 9/16  full sealed bearing.

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Heres my 1990 S&M Holmes. No big story to tell, just a super clean Holmes that rides bitchen. My favorite project this year.

S&M Holmes Frame
S&M Forks
S&M Perfect 10 Bars, ODI S&M Lockon Grips
Profile Inverted Stem
Profile Cranks & Bottom Bracket
Shimano Hubs & Pedals
Femco Rims
Odyssey Pitbull Brakes, Diacomp MX-90 Lever
Fit FAF Tires

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1998 Free Agent Bombadier

so I picked up a used 1998 Free Agent Bombadier freestyle team modle frame used for $30.00. at a swap meet  like I need one more bike :oof: any way.

heres the parts brake down

 

 started with the black sparkle candy 96  Mongoose forks. that seam to never sell any the times I listed them. sanded them down primed them for paint. spayed them metallic silver. but they were way to light in color. did not look good with frame factory  gray color. so then lade my lace over the forks. to shot clear black window tint over the silver. then clear cot it. bake it in the oven for 20 minutes . for a harder tougher paint finish.  then rubbed down the frame. with 3M Super duty rubbing compound. fallowed  by Meguiars Deep crystal carnauba wax. 

it's a odd 1 year only 1998 Free Agent Bombadier

Mongoose hooligan forks re painted by me.

head set Odyssey   Dynatron 1" BMX Threaded headset  NOS .

 Gyro Odyssey. used
stem Primo  casket. used
bars Odyssey Y bars. NOS
brake levers Dia-compe tech 77 locking button model. used
grips Primo. new
 front brake Dia-compe  reissue Nipon. new
rear brake 1987 Dia-compe  9 90 AD. used
front brake cable Odyssey slick new
rear cables ORGY SST  Gyro. NOS
cranks 170 MM GT stamped profile.  used
sprocket Odyssey 45 tooth. used
chain KMC. NOS
wheels 1998 Schwinn Yo pro sealed tech 48 hole.used
front tire GT 20 X 1. 25  . Used
Rear Primo  20 X 1.20  .used
seat clamp Diamond Back . used
seat post Odyssey laid back 26.0  .used
seat  Velo  . NOS
Pegs NOS not sure on brand package had no label or name stamped on them but look like HB pegs
 

 

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