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#1 2011-07-12 12:44am

feetos
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1975 Webco Monoshock

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1975 Webco Monoshock

Late 75 or early 76 according to Rick of Rick's Bike Shop.  Full Webco Parts including Webco Super Stem, chainring, mags, bars, pads

Webco Monoshock Specification Sheet
Year: 1975
Total Weight: 38 pounds 7 ounces.
Frame:  Webco Monoshock
1.                  Head Angle: 70 degree
2.                  Seat Angle: 68.5 degree
3.                  Bottom Bracket Height: 11.75”
4.                  Top Tube Length: 18.25”
5.                  Wheel Base: 37.25”
6.                  Finish:  Black
7.                  Stickers:  All factory
8.                  Shock:  Works Performance
9.                  Travel:  4.5”
10.              Spring:  Powered Red
Fork:  Tange TX-100
1.                  Finish:  Original Chrome and Black
2.                  Springs:  Powered Red
Headset:  Tange
1.                  Finish: Original Chrome
Stem:  Webco “Super Stem” #2422
1.                  Finish:  Black
2.                  Bolts:  Chrome
Bars:  Webco “MX” # 1431
1.                  Finish: Black
2.                  26” Wide with 9.5” Rise
3.                  Grips:  Oury – Red Finish #1358
4.                  Pad:  Webco #2179-02
Cranks:  Webco # 2403
1.                  Length:  6.5”
2.                  Finish: Black
3.                  Sprocket:  Webco – Black Steel finish
4.                  Bottom Bracket:  Profile seal bearings
5.                  Shaft:  Profile steel
6.                  Chain ring:  Sugino 44 tooth – Blue anodized aluminum
7.                  Red anodized aluminum chain ring bolts
Pedal:  MKS “Rat Trap”
1.                  1/2” shaft size
2.                  Finish: - Black
Chain:  DID
1.                  Finish:  Black
2.                  Size 1/8”
Wheel:  Webco Mag #2460 and #2461
1.                  Size: 20”
2.                  Material:  Magnesium
3.                  Finish:  Red
4.                  Brake:  Bendix Coastere
5.                  Valve type:  Schrader
6.                  Caps:  Black anodized aluminum “Hex”
Tires:  Nan King (Webco #2417-01 Tire and #2419-01 Tube)
1.                  Size: 20 x 2.125”
2.                  Finish:  Black .
Seat Post:  Schwinn
1.                  Size:  ¾”
2.                  Finish:  Black
3.                  Webco #2416 Shim
Seat Post Clamp:  Webco #2415
1.                  Finish:  Chrome
2.                  Bolt:  Chrome ½”
Seat:  Schwinn “BMX”
1.                  Finish:  Black
2.                  Mounting:  Messenger type


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#2 2011-07-12 1:24am

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Wow, that thing is just perfect big_smile


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#3 2011-07-12 4:19am

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Doesn't get any better than that!!!!

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#4 2011-07-12 6:15am

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Kewl bike way ahead of its time!

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#5 2011-07-12 8:53am

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Man, where did you come up with that stem? Jesus... That is an awesome bike!


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#6 2011-07-12 9:38am

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Wow...Are you serious !?! Too Awesome !!! cool


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#7 2011-07-12 10:47am

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

WOW! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS BIKE! INSTANT FAVE! smile


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#8 2011-07-12 11:45am

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Speechless..smile


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#9 2011-07-12 12:04pm

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Sweeeet  Webco...that brings back great memories...that's mine in the middle...

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I so miss REAL BMX....

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#10 2011-07-12 12:32pm

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

WEBCOS RULE!smile


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#11 2011-07-16 7:38pm

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Killer. smile


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#12 2011-07-17 5:03pm

feetos
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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Jamming69 wrote:

Sweeeet  Webco...that brings back great memories...that's mine in the middle...

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How did it race?


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#13 2011-07-20 10:48am

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

that is a bad ass bike anybody have some handlebars similar to those handlebars for sale every body keeps trying to sell me box bars and i need a set for my lrv moxie


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#14 2013-01-05 3:49pm

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

My fave 70's bikes period on here, if not my fave overall, Stunning smile

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#15 2013-04-17 10:41pm

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Wow, looks fresh outta the box!  What a show piece, nicely done.  smile


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#16 2013-04-20 11:03pm

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

WHAT DOES IT RIDE LIKE??


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#17 2013-11-24 8:57pm

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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Very cool


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#18 2014-11-12 10:27am

Dfreeman33
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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Iconic.

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#19 2014-12-01 1:17pm

Roodillon
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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Man by 1978 you couldn't give these things away...  Who would have thought. It looks beautiful today.


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#20 2016-03-12 4:28pm

feetos
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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

madizm wrote:

WHAT DOES IT RIDE LIKE??

The suspension is great, flexes quite a bit, top tube is short


Just because it is NOS does not mean it is New or Undamaged

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#21 2016-07-15 12:14pm

cschiller29
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Re: 1975 Webco Monoshock

Holy Hannah that thing is SWEEEET!!!! big_smile

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