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#1 2010-03-21 7:34pm

DG-dean
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1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

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1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Two Wheelers Stroker II

This is my 1975 Two Wheelers Stroker II, serial # 5602 S6. My collecting of BMX Bikes started with my son seeing my 1976 DG Racer II in the garage of my mother’s house and saying what a junky old bike. Well that made me want to restore the DG and with the help and curse of E-Bay I was off and running. Once the DG was restored I found my self-wanting to collect all the BMX bikes that I had as a kid. After finding and restoring a 79 Mongoose Team Bike, I started looking for a Webco. After the Webco I started looking for a Littlejohn (1974-75) and a Dan Gurney monoshock (1974-75). Well I am still looking for these two bikes as frames to build up, so any help (with in reason and not causing me a divorce) would be great! Once I found the BMXMUSEUM.COM. and started looking at all the bike companies that made bikes from my era. I remembered Two Wheeler’ Stoker II bikes because of the great dropouts and square tubing used for the frame. A few of my friends had these frames; they mostly just used their Schwinn Sting Ray parts, a set of box bars and a set of grips. It was funny to see a great frame like this with a slick tire in the rear, even funnier to watch them sliding around. Any one that had BMX bikes early on remembers the grips and how bad they really were, I still have nightmares of “RIPS FROM GRIPS”. I really liked the way these bikes looked with Motomags. Gotta like the heavy weights!!!!!


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#2 2010-03-21 8:14pm

phillyc71
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

very sweet stroker! cool
how did you finish the ashy forks? almost looks like Hutch futuristic black.

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#3 2010-03-21 8:32pm

DG-dean
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Thanks for the comment!  Metal cast paint and steel wool, looks close to original.

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#4 2010-03-22 5:25am

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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Nice work!


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#5 2010-03-22 9:18am

Paolo
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Oh yeah. cool

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#6 2010-03-22 3:32pm

myone
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Rock n rollllllllllllll BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!big_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smile peace(myone)


Everybody sing GOOOOO YANKEES !!!                      MAH!! COULD WE GET SOME MEATLOAF ??????????

Your gonna wear the shirt of the band your going to see??? DONT BE THAT GUY!!!!!!
R.I.P. Autmn Pasquale 12yrs. old you will not be forgotten. Murderd over BMX parts. UNFORGIVABLE.

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#7 2010-03-22 5:31pm

Ruiz bmx
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

I love the looks if the stroker in black instant fav


sorry dislexik

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#8 2010-07-18 9:13pm

batsld
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

how and /or did you find the right factory stickers,I would like to buy a set if possible .super sweet stroker thanks for the help

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#9 2010-09-19 8:22pm

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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

very nice!smile


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#10 2010-09-27 8:10am

norcalshan
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

ALL of your Bikes are sweet. You do great work !!! Look forward to the next build...


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#11 2010-09-27 1:07pm

Oaktown Massive
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

an old friend of mine had one of these bitd...would never have remembered these, thanks for sharing!


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#12 2011-05-09 8:36pm

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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Nice ! I'm going retro racer with mine and getting parts for it as we speak ! That's a hard one to find,do u have a extra one ? LMK ! Thx ! Ken !


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#13 2013-02-10 3:22pm

New Old Schooler
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Sick pit!


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#14 2015-02-04 1:02pm

AWA
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

I would like this bike please!!  cool


Stroker II - bring back a legend...

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