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#1 2011-10-14 1:06am

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2000 Standard 250

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2000 Standard 250

*Frame: Standard TRLS 250 21.25tt
*Fork: Standard uncut
*Bars: Standard 2pc Strip Bars uncut
*Stem: Standard top load
*Grips: ODI
*Seat: Odyssey Cobra
*Seat Post: Thomson Elite
*Brakes: Dia Comp AD 990
*Brake Cable: Fly bikes
*Lever: Tech 77
*Cranks: Profile 177mm
*Sprocket: Profile Whip-it 45t
*Tires: Odyssey Atkin
*Hubs: Poverty high flange sealed
*Rims: Odyssey 7KA 48H
*Pedals: Hoffman sealed Platform
*Chain: KMC
*BB: Profile with Profile cone washers


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#2 2011-10-14 1:14am

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

Amazing!!! Good work cool

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#3 2011-10-14 4:20am

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

thanks alot,  i am glad to finally get it into the museum big_smile

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#4 2011-10-14 6:13am

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

You might be right.  Nice ride.  Heavy?


Stuff I want: 2000 24" DB Reactor Team frame ,  Voxom and Enigma stuff. Alliant / Radix stem and stuff.  JW and Stiffys stuff.  Cool late mid-school cruiser parts.

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#5 2011-10-14 7:13am

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

tpaguy71 wrote:

You might be right.  Nice ride.  Heavy?

Yeah its heavy!  I bet around 30lbs or so.  I feels strange to ride after getting used to my 24" dirtbike that is under 25 lbs.  I don't care about the weight though smile

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#6 2011-10-20 9:12pm

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

etd wrote:

tpaguy71 wrote:

You might be right.  Nice ride.  Heavy?

Yeah its heavy!  I bet around 30lbs or so.  I feels strange to ride after getting used to my 24" dirtbike that is under 25 lbs.  I don't care about the weight though smile

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#7 2011-10-25 5:04am

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

Awesome job,who did the powder coat? Was it Rick at Standard Byke? That where I'm sending my 250S when I get the money for restoration big_smile


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#8 2011-10-25 5:16am

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

yeah it must have been some one at standard because it is the OG paint and stickers from 2000 big_smile

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#9 2011-10-25 3:15pm

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

Oh wow,it really does not look original,awesome bike. Wish mine was on that shape tongue


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#10 2011-11-07 9:12pm

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

Beautiful 250!!

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#11 2011-11-07 11:19pm

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

blue streak wrote:

Beautiful 250!!

thanks derek,  i am thinking about getting rid of it for something more "track" worthy since i have been riding with my son alot.  it is a cool bike though!!

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#12 2011-11-10 8:23pm

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

etd wrote:

blue streak wrote:

Beautiful 250!!

thanks derek,  i am thinking about getting rid of it for something more "track" worthy since i have been riding with my son alot.  it is a cool bike though!!

I can understand that completely Eric. I think you will miss that beauty if you do let it go though, I have had several and always regreted selling each one. I'm building a 99 right now with all new school parts other then the frame/fork just to see if I can make it light enough to want to ride daily.

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#13 2012-01-08 10:00am

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

NEW PICS!!  and NEW PARTS!! seatpost, grips, brake cable and pedals

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#14 2015-08-12 7:20am

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

Superb!

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#15 2017-04-07 10:22pm

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Re: 2000 Standard 250

The things I would do to get this in my possession............


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