Bicycles

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  1. onetonbb74

    onetonbb74 On the rocks... Premium Member

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    Badass bike! I want one!
     
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  2. GWeakland620

    GWeakland620 THE CK5 Crayon Eater Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    That thing is cool man! How wide are those bars?
     
  3. runamok151

    runamok151 1 ton status

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    Sweet bike but for as much as they cost they should come w/ lockers and a 6" lift.:pimp:
     
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  4. bmxbryant9

    bmxbryant9 Let's go wheelin Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    30.5"
     
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  5. bmxbryant9

    bmxbryant9 Let's go wheelin Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Last sunday

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  6. tenderfoot

    tenderfoot 2/3 ton status Premium Member

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    Like some of you I'm both old school and stopped riding when my bike got stolen. I loved that bike, we had a relationship. Of course you guys remember Hutch right? PK ripper? What happened to all the old school bikes?
     
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  7. onetonbb74

    onetonbb74 On the rocks... Premium Member

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    Here is some old bikes laying around the house/garage, roommates bikes but old school none the less...

    83 hutch...frame and forks.

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    80 mongoose...

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    95 ELF...
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    Gt frame and forks...
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  8. tenderfoot

    tenderfoot 2/3 ton status Premium Member

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    Damn, Hutch ProStar. That's what I had. Is there a little dent under the crank case? Cause if there is then it's mine! Kidding. Nice collection!
     
  9. longbedder

    longbedder 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    A friend of mine is selling his bike shop (in Seal Beach if you wanna buy it). Coincidentally, my kid just finally killed the bottom bracket bearings in his 20" Huffy.

    So my buddy made me a sweet deal and I just bought a SoCal Flyer for my kid. Father of the Year!

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    longbedder 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Picked it up...kid's ecstatic.

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  11. bmxbryant9

    bmxbryant9 Let's go wheelin Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    @longbedder awesome! Is it 24" wheels? He looks so stoked!
     
  12. longbedder

    longbedder 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Yep - 24" :waytogo:
     
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