1977 Two Wheeler's Magnum Stroker
Early BMX at it's coolest!
I found this 1977 Two Wheeler's Magnum Stroker at a local yard sale close to my house for $20.00! I was told it had been in a shed for over 20 years. I brought it home and immediately took pictures to document the "as it was found condition". I completely disassembled the bike and carefully started on the "semi-restoration process". The frame was rubbed out by hand using two stage compound and polish(yes it's the original paint!), I then dipped the sprocket and forks in Oxalic Acid to remove the rust (notice the forks on this bike, Two Wheeler's tubular Pro forks), I then re-blackened the Ashtabula stem and cranks(black oxide), the Two Wheeler's box bars were powder coated black, the rims were scrubbed using simple green, followed by using a scotch bright pad on the outer edge to clean them up, front wheel bearings were replaced, coaster brake was rebuilt, all bearing re-greased, and put the bike back together. I used some black MKS pedals I had, the pads I also had, the grips are new, and added some new Kenda BMX knobby tires(it really needs some Cheng Shin knobby's), added a Schwinn Scrambler chrome seat post. I tried to restore this bike without taking away from it's originality.
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