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Unearthed: Evan Teske and the original Cook Bros Cruiser

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I'm still in shock and super stoked for you. The ladies bike has been a dream for years now, congrats man. This pair is in the right hands. You own number Zero!!!!!!! That's wild....

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That is an incredible bike and great info.  Been a while since we had someone go deep like this.   Thanks, Ryan and Robert.

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Amazing! I'll be back to re-read later. Thank you for documenting and posting.

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The absolute best thing I've read on this site in a month of Sundays. Great bike and phenomenal article!

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Wow!!  Holy shit!!  Damn!!!  

amazing stuff...thanks for posting. 

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That's pretty cool history right there, thanks for sharing. 

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Thanks for taking the time and doing such great research Ryan. You’re helping to preserve history and giving  us a great read. I love reading your stuff. 

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It doesn’t get much better than that. Thanks for sharing this.

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Just read it again and dam ! What a great read thanks for the history lesson lol

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Great read, and epic history lesson. Those 2 Cook's' are super moto.

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That's pretty deep stuff. Thanks for sharing. 

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I just read everything again. Just as amazing as the first time. These ‘deep dive’ posts are all-timers. Thanks again for posting.

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Great write up as usual Ryan.

Thanks for taking the time to document this history like you do!

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That is some super sleuthing to dig up all that information.  I appreciate you sharing it all with us.

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Very well presented information! Early race cruiser and mountain bike history right there.

Dig the race shot, I see Mark Pippin (43) and the (199) rider not sure who but he was around my local tracks.

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This thread and all the CBR stuff is freaking amazing. Thanks so much for taking the time. Dude better change his phone number now. :lol:

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I just read your post about the first Cook Brothers cruiser. I just wanted to say, that I really appreciate you taking the time to post that up, as it is fantastic read. I have always dug the 26" cruisers, (as well as the 24's) and that post is a real history lesson.

It is guys like you, and your dedication that make this site the true BMX history site. Well done.

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