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#1 2006-11-17 10:12am

waitout
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1976 Webco Inc.

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1976 Webco Inc.

My 1976 Webco just brought out of storage.

A 1976 Webco, Bendix coaster brakes, Tuff Wheel on the rear, Mongoose seat and a few parts that I have not cleaned enough to figure out who made them. The bike is ready for restoration and will be my pit bike and maybe take a few gates.


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#2 2006-11-18 7:37pm

hawthornecycle
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

Nice bike....can't wait to see the pics when you get'er going!
Post some post-op pics!
Thanks,
C.


a.k.a. "Crackerboy"...what can I say, I love crackers!

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#3 2006-12-16 6:49am

elfdoublecross
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

i have a soft spot in my heart for frame gussets of any kind... very nice bike!


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I've come to the realization that I no longer have the need or desire to race BMX. Sadly there are a few reasons as to why I am soured on racing that I will not mention. I just want to ride trails, enjoy my bikes and life, and to hell with politics, cliques, and the personal agendas of others...

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#4 2007-04-23 3:41pm

g-flash
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

WEBCOS RULE THE BX!


Free your mind and your ass will follow!

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#5 2007-04-23 5:14pm

troy
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

I love frames with gussetts too...Adds sooooo much character!!! Love the "bent" Tange forks.


UBR racer 79-81 team " Pedal it People" bike shop #117, #76, #51

"I hope you have a big trunk... because I'm puttin' my bike in it.

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#6 2009-10-24 10:33pm

jjvh66
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

That is a thing of beauty......if you look at it just rite. cool


Panties aren't the best thing.......BUT they're next to tha best thang.

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#7 2010-01-15 7:50am

That70'sGuy
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

where do these people go ???


1 847 249 5670 shop ask for von never on thursday
playatyourownrisk360@yahoo.com  bmxpert on duty.....
thats 1400 , leading to the safe return of the collection .....
210 264 8937
no law involved , just me my dad and 1400 in cash and you pointing a finger saying its in there [/b]

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#8 2011-05-25 5:31pm

celticsfan9
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

cool bike these are cool


I never log out but ill get back to you as soon as possible. im 14

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#9 2011-08-21 10:11am

abozny
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

i would never change a thing on that bike. imho leave it alone ;.)


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#10 2013-12-27 5:22pm

Magilla64
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Re: 1976 Webco Inc.

I wouldn't do a thing to that bike, that thing is brutal, tells the tale of what bmx was like in the 70's, WFO!


Mike Clark, Hometown-Wichita, Kansas; ABA KS-1 Division, raced 1975-1982, NPSA, NBA, ABA, PRO license granted 1980, First round inductee Kansas BMX Hall of Fame.
Projects; 1980 Gary Renteria signature LRV mini racer 40% finished, 1980 Mongoose Team Replica 70% finished

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