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#1 2006-11-12 8:57am

yankct
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1975 Redline Squareback

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1975 Redline Squareback

1975 Redline

1975 Redline ser#625


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#2 2006-11-12 9:32am

skinnygmg
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

wow 1975.  great ride.  welcome to the site

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#3 2007-01-01 7:38am

JeffroAka
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

1975 nice,  I was born in 1975

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#4 2007-02-06 5:39am

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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

they motomags?


"The Bikes Built To Fly" Mongoose :Since 1974
       Rolling on 20" all the way
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#5 2007-03-04 4:40pm

303robertm
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

Hey,its great to see someone from colorado finally.I am from Parker but work in Lakewood.Give me a shout some time.Later Bob

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#6 2007-03-04 4:50pm

jkraig
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

303robertm wrote:

Hey,its great to see someone from colorado finally.I am from Parker but work in Lakewood.Give me a shout some time.Later Bob

I was born & raised in Colorado!!! Cascade Colorado at the base of Pikes Peak. My parents even lived in Parker for 2 years.


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#7 2007-03-05 2:34am

shivadread
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

What a stunning Redline, never seen one this old


RIDE IT LIKE YOU STOLE IT

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#8 2007-07-17 5:36pm

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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

I like it!


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#9 2007-08-25 3:03pm

joe wood
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

wear did you get thouse rims and what kind of rims are they redlines?


i love mags

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#10 2007-08-25 4:42pm

Kai
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

Those are BMX Products Motomags.[Mongoose]Nice touch with the Schwinn chainwheel,Yankct.You need a double clamp stem,though.I'm from Colorado,too.


The Mongoo$e rides

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#11 2007-12-16 7:57pm

danocog
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

nice motomags! i am not from Colorado! do you know if redline is the only company that made the "V" handlebars?
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#12 2007-12-16 9:01pm

Sumo178
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

Nitto also made V-Bars for Kuwahara/Tange bikes. There were also Kozumi (not sure of the spelling??) made Redline bars (later Redline mid 80's ish). Tuf Neck had alloy bars that were the same spec as the Redline as well (I think these were also made by Kozumi). Kozumi is the company that made Diamond Back.

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#13 2009-03-02 12:25am

upinflamezzz
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

We used to call them SpiderWeb mags. Those things were steel though and made your bike really heavy. These mags were before Skyway Tuff Wheels. My buddy was really heavy and he used to ahve a pair on his bike because when he jumpded ramps with spoked rims all of the spokes used to shoot out like darts.

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#14 2009-12-17 1:45pm

outskirtscustoms
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

Yeah those motomags are tuff but when they break they turn to shrapnal. I jumped a set back in the day a little too hard on the landing (ramped the local creek and missed the landing ramp) came down too hard and ended up with a big chunk of the back rim in my calf. Still have the scars.

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#15 2010-04-18 9:04am

redlineallthetime
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

nice rims where did you get them

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#16 2010-06-24 11:15pm

thestubbornmule
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

absolutely gorgeous bike, love it!! keep it forever


Wanted: Skyway TA white complete or not- tange 125 headset blue or gold will take both (without locknut) shimano DX pedals BLUE mint or NOS 1/2 inch-
Tioga mitsuboshi 2 tone comp 3 tires red/blue/yellow any color- yellow & blue set of NOS dia compe cables f/r

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#17 2010-12-27 1:33pm

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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

Super looking unit.


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Redline Gen 1 forks.... please

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#18 2014-04-13 1:05am

Rangerjames
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

Loving your bike!

I've got serial number 632. Almost 40 years later, and only 7 frames apart.

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#19 2015-08-11 11:42pm

OAKLANDMOTOMAG
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Re: 1975 Redline Squareback

hey upinflamezzz that made me laugh pretty hard , the spokes used to shoot out like darts . i had a bunch of heavy friends when we were kids but now they break the drivers seat back frames in there cars . nice motomags i have some yellow , black and the regular silver color . 75' redline a piece of history !

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