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#1 2007-10-09 10:40am

hutchheaven
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1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

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1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

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#2 2007-11-10 9:24pm

David
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Re: 1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

Nice Foiler. Interested in selling it?

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#3 2007-11-29 6:59pm

RobV
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Re: 1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

Is this the one that was for sale at Rockford this year?

I have been wondering what had happend to you Jim?

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#4 2008-01-09 2:25pm

hector ruiz
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Re: 1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

Nice Foiler working on getting mine back into shape but  NEED DECALS can any one help?

 

#5 2008-04-14 11:14am

Resurrector
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Re: 1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

+1 on the decals. Hutchheaven, do you have any dupes?


...Why so serious?

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#6 2009-05-08 5:40pm

RedRaceinc.
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Re: 1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

Does this frame have a ra serial number?

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#7 2010-08-03 7:06pm

Magboy
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Re: 1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

Got one just like.  They are cool frames.  Great score on the sticks.  Maybe one day i will run accross some.

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#8 2010-08-03 8:51pm

SuperDave4130
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Re: 1977 Cycle Pro Foiler

I have had mine for almost 26 years now.I bought it as a complete bike at a bike shop auction in December'84.It came with Tange forks,CW style handlebars,and a uni seat.What I remember the most about this frame was that the guy who owned the bike shop also ran the auction swore up an down that this was a very early PK Ripper frame while I knew it was some kind of Race inc. built frame.Years later,when talking with someone about the frame,I found out it was a Cycle Pro Foiler.


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