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#1 2013-07-07 8:37pm

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1976 FMF Team Replica

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1976 FMF Team Replica

My race bike i raced in San Bernardino

I had this bike built in Loma linda. I believe i was the only one in San Bernardino to have one at the time. I raced it in devore on the first day the track opened. Before that i raced a modified schwinn were the cross town freeways are now. I believe that track was one of the first. we jumped over mud puddles!  Anyway the bike was red and yellow. ashtebula 7 1/2 inch cranks with white nylon sprocket. ashtebula goose neck. as far as the brakes go, i cant remember if it had a brake bridge or not. i really don't know the names of other stuff. i think oakley grips. i trophyed evey time i raced. I remember in the first track racing against the big kawasaki teams and smoking them. Bike was stolen in Sacramento about 3 years later. I want to recreate the bike somehow and need help. i just bought a frame and want to go from there. Any help would be awesome. advice, parts maybe we raced together.


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#2 2013-07-08 7:21am

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Re: 1976 FMF Team Replica

Wow, classic pictures..too bad they are so small..


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#3 2013-07-08 7:48am

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Re: 1976 FMF Team Replica

I can make them bigger for sure. I will resize to maximum.

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#4 2013-07-13 11:33pm

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Re: 1976 FMF Team Replica

No help from anybody on parts?I just picked a 76 fmf frame no brake bridge and i want to build this thing. Help???

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#5 2013-09-02 10:21am

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Re: 1976 FMF Team Replica

Hi,
Great story and cool old pics!  Looks like you really had the attitude to WIN there! 

It's hard to tell from small pics, but maybe a very early Redline fork, ashtabula neck, and possibly Araya 7b rims???  Could be Race Inc/FMF annodised bars and Dia compe brakes, but who knows? 

If you're still keen to try and get a parts breakdown, I would post these pics on the 'Bmx Society' website ~ some good 70's knowledge there.
(and I'm sure they'd be glad to see the photos!)

Good luck!  smile

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#6 2016-07-31 2:50am

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Re: 1976 FMF Team Replica

cool


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