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#1 2015-11-16 4:43pm

kcdirtbro54
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2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

2016 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks

Big thanks go out to Lenny (77rider), Gabe at CheapGoods, Timt, Jokerman, Stoner71 and probably another couple members on the parts deals.
This thing rides like a bigger version of my S&M BTM and it's great! The only thing this is missing is a set of pegs and a nicer front hub and it'll be 100% set!
* Frame - Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22"tt by PDC
* Fork - S&M Pitchfork with mounts
* Headset - Sunday
* Stem - S&M Enduro w/ an S&M gyro plate
* Bars - Fit Skyscraper
* Grips - ODI
* Levers - Tech 77
* Gyro - SST Oryg and Odyssey cables w/ Odyssey GTX rotor
* Front Brake - Odyssey EVO2
* Rear Brake - Odyssey Springfield
* Seat - FBM
* Post - some pivotal
* Clamp - Black ops
* Cranks - Primo Hollowbite V2
* BB - Primo
* Sprocket - 2hip 25t
* Pedals - Odyssey JCPC
* Chain - Cult 510
* Front wheel - Stock Revenge
* Rear wheel - Primo Remix FA 9t w/ Revenge ARC
* Tires - Faction F22



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#2 2015-11-16 9:08pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

Nice.

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#3 2015-11-17 5:28am

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

big_smile

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#4 2015-11-17 1:06pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

Love this!!!
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#5 2015-11-18 11:25am

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

badass! cool


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#6 2015-11-18 3:20pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

Thanks guys! I'm very happy with how this thing turned out and especially how it rides!


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#7 2016-02-13 6:06pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

I don't know how I missed this bike, great build!
cool

EDIT - I have seen it in a thread somewhere, very nice.

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#8 2016-06-01 7:40am

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

So i gotta say.  I have ridden x4 22" bikes now (all of which belonged to Perry, lol).  BUT THIS ONE is probably my favorite.  Hard call between the Sasquatch and this one as I thought it rode great as well.  But i gotta soft spot for those twin top tubes.  lol  wink  even after riding his 22" holmes and 22" atf as well as being a big S&M fan, Peddle Driven is where it's at with the 22" IMHO.

nice work brotha'.


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#9 2017-06-27 3:40am

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycles Twin Peeks 22

Awesome! cool


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