Before Chrome Molly there was Steel!
Riding the creek beds of Hellyar Park in San Jose in the mid 70's this bike was great fun.
It was on the heavy side as the frame weighed in at 6 1/2 pounds but most bikes of that era were tanks.
But let me tell you at the time it was a real step up from my Stingray.
This bike also had the first tough wheel in the neighborhood. You should have seen them. They laughed and teased me about buying these silly plastic wheel and wanted to know what kind of goof ball I was.
In 6 months everybody in our posse had a set of Tuff Wheels.
Submitted by squareback
- Dirt Jump / Trail
- Company: Ashtabula
- Wheel Size: 20"
- Headtube size: 1"
- Details The Bike:
Frame - Ashtabula
Fork - Redline Steal
Neck - Ashtabula
Bars - Mini T's
Grips - Malcolm Smith Gold Medal
Headset - Schwinn
Tires - Cheng Shin 20 x 2.125
Rims - Skyway Tuff with 16t Bendix coaster brake.
Sprocket - Schwinn 45t
Cranks - Ashtabula 7 1/2 inches
Bottom Bracket - Schwinn
Pedals - K.K.T.
Seat - Mesinger
Seat post - Schwinn
Seat post clamp - Schwinn