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#1 2010-12-26 1:14am

MR.KRASH101
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1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

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1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

1975 two wheeler,s stroker

1975 Two Wheeler Stroker,picked this up from my friend Shane at his bmx garage sale,I,ve been told that this is one of the heavyest frames made.This is my first all raddle can paint job,frame,bars,neck & crank,times are hard.(SOLD)


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OAKLAND NORCAL BMX,My first bike was a 1977 cyc stromer out of Hank & Franks.Looking for snakebelly tires in 20" & 24"Also on the hunt for Oldskool Boomboxes & 70's,80's skateboards will buy or trade.Cazels & old Krylon too.Stuck in the 80's as you can see!

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#2 2010-12-26 2:37am

coasty
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

Thats not bad mate. I'd lose the Oakleys and replace them with something 70's but otherwise very cool.


70's bmx is where it's at.

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#3 2010-12-26 9:19am

Monster-Robot
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From: Carthage, MO
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

Looks great.  Those look like giant cranks, probably the longest version of the stamped Ashtabula cranks!  I read where the Stokers could take up to an 8 inch crank.  "Insert lewd comment here"

I've got an identical set of mags for which I just haven't been able to find the right bike.   They look great on your Stroker.

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#4 2010-12-26 3:24pm

MR.KRASH101
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

coasty wrote:

Thats not bad mate. I'd lose the Oakleys and replace them with something 70's but otherwise very cool.

your right,its all i have for now,but i will replace later.


OAKLAND NORCAL BMX,My first bike was a 1977 cyc stromer out of Hank & Franks.Looking for snakebelly tires in 20" & 24"Also on the hunt for Oldskool Boomboxes & 70's,80's skateboards will buy or trade.Cazels & old Krylon too.Stuck in the 80's as you can see!

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#5 2010-12-26 3:26pm

MR.KRASH101
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From: Oakland, CA
Registered: 2010-01-19
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Bikes: 51

Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

Monster-Robot wrote:

Looks great.  Those look like giant cranks, probably the longest version of the stamped Ashtabula cranks!  I read where the Stokers could take up to an 8 inch crank.  "Insert lewd comment here"

I've got an identical set of mags for which I just haven't been able to find the right bike.   They look great on your Stroker.

lol. ride on!!


OAKLAND NORCAL BMX,My first bike was a 1977 cyc stromer out of Hank & Franks.Looking for snakebelly tires in 20" & 24"Also on the hunt for Oldskool Boomboxes & 70's,80's skateboards will buy or trade.Cazels & old Krylon too.Stuck in the 80's as you can see!

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#6 2012-03-22 10:14pm

gunslinger
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From: Dana Point, California
Registered: 2009-11-18
Posts: 465
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

NICE STROKER BRO!!!


*4130 Hollywood Subway Series

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