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#1 2014-08-03 10:09pm

RadArcade
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1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

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1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Weighing in at over 32 lbs!

I had been itching to add a 70s build to the collection, so a while back I snagged this frame and fork on Ebay.  All Two Wheeler's parts (frame, fork, bars) came to me in non-original finish, so I sent them off to the powder coaters and tried to get them as close to stock colors as possible.  This thing is a beast, weighing over 32 lbs. 

I am not 100% sure how to date these things, but based on the serial number, I am thinking it is a 76.  Here is a rundown of the build:
Frame - Two Wheeler's Stroker with NOS toptube decals applied.  The others are reproductions.Fork - Two Wheeler's with reproduction decalsBars - Two Wheeler'sGrips - Hunt Wilde NOSPads - Rad Pads NOSStem - Ahstabula (Schwinn stamped) NOSCranks - Ashtabula stamped 7.5 in NOSHeadset - SchwinnBottom Bracket - SchwinnSeatpost - SchwinnSeat - Mesinger w/ Mesinger stamped gutsSeatpost clamp - Murray NOSChainring - Three ArrowsChain - Cycle Pro NOSPedals - Union Wheels - Unstamped Tuff ITires - Cheng Shin







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#2 2014-08-03 10:16pm

cruesixx69
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Re: 1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

This thing is a beast and its killer. I love everything about it. Sweet build brother cool


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Needs=82' National Pro Long frame. Want one bad!!!!
Needs=80' Malvern Star Super Max frame and fork
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#3 2014-08-03 10:52pm

rhino2084
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Re: 1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Amazing build Kevin. Can't wait to see that thing in the dirt.


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#4 2014-08-04 6:50am

OldStrokerMan
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Re: 1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Sweet build. Building my own 76 hope it turns out this nice.
Any leads on TT decals? Thanks.

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#5 2014-08-04 11:48am

justapok
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Re: 1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Awesome bike with great parts ! big_smile
True killer cool


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#6 2014-08-04 12:53pm

RadArcade
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Re: 1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Thanks all.

OldStrokerMan... I lucked out and found the top tube decals on Ebay.  I have not seen another set since.

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#7 2014-08-04 10:30pm

Araya51
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Re: 1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

That thing is so RAD.!!! I'm trying to get my hand on one but the guy is either holding back or just teasing. Always changing the price on it everytime I ask..
But yet I will get that bike.. Patience is is the vurtue.. Oh yes It will be mine, Oh yes it will.!!!


There Are No Rules.!!!!

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#8 2014-08-06 5:00pm

Tony1970
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From: Novato, CA
Registered: 2011-09-18
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Re: 1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Nice build Kevin, that thing is sick. Faved it.  Can't wait to see that thing on the next SoNo to NoNo old school ride leading the pack and catching air at the secret track.


"Coaster brakes or death!"

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#9 2014-08-06 10:38pm

RadArcade
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Re: 1976 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

It will only lead the pack downhill smile

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