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#1 2012-06-14 12:54am

bwheels
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1977 Peddlepower

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1977 Peddlepower

Re-finished but not well

1977 Peddlepower frame and Peddlepower Pro fork
Weinmann 7B rims with Shimano coaster rear hub and Shimano high flange front hub
Mitsuboshi Comp III rear and Schwinn Scrambler Suction Cup front
Super Maxy cranks with unknown sealed BB
Fluted seat post
Unknown seat clamp
Race Inc bars
Sugino stem
Troxel seat


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Personally, I'm a total Peddlepower and early Powerlite junkie. Always looking for '83 and older
Check out my Peddlepower 26" tribute frame set.
Looking for:
Peddlepower and Powerlite parts. I need 24" & 26" Powerlite forks.
Single red 20" Snake Belly in very good condition
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#2 2012-08-23 11:36am

A.M. RACING
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Re: 1977 Peddlepower

COOL//THANX FOR THE FOTOS!

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#3 2014-02-14 7:22pm

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Re: 1977 Peddlepower

That pro fork is awesome. How many of those have you even seen?


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#4 2014-10-02 5:53pm

bwheels
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Re: 1977 Peddlepower

farmboy wrote:

That pro fork is awesome. How many of those have you even seen?

Not too many although I have 5 or 6 of them.


I handle sales and marketing at True Torch. We have almost 40 years experience fabricating BMX bikes. We do custom builds and repairs but our overhead is not paid via BMX.
Personally, I'm a total Peddlepower and early Powerlite junkie. Always looking for '83 and older
Check out my Peddlepower 26" tribute frame set.
Looking for:
Peddlepower and Powerlite parts. I need 24" & 26" Powerlite forks.
Single red 20" Snake Belly in very good condition
OG vinyl Powerlite pads

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#5 2015-07-07 10:05pm

Rlmester
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Re: 1977 Peddlepower

I have the front loader pro fork also.  What years were they offered?  I am trying to date my bike.  Any help would be appreciated.

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#6 2017-05-02 4:40pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 1977 Peddlepower

bwheels wrote:

farmboy wrote:

That pro fork is awesome. How many of those have you even seen?

Not too many although I have 5 or 6 of them.

kinda sorta looks like a front loading landing gear or race inc leading edge, but i believe by the date this would have been older than both?

that is a nice bike sir. for real. cool

Last edited by RadicalNick (2017-05-02 4:40pm)


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