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#1 2008-07-28 1:07am

comay
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From: Metairie, LA
Registered: 2006-03-08
Posts: 1292
Bikes: 9

2005 Brew Bikes 16

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2005 Brew Bikes 16

Fat Guy On A Little Bike

I was riding a 16" DK General Lee around the LBS one day and was actually considering buying it. Then some guys from the local track came in and they started riding it around and fun ensued. Someone mentioned having a Pit Bike race one day at the track. That settles it. I HAVE to buy it. NOW. But another guy wanted to buy it, too. So I backed off so he could get it and I would order another one. Then this Brew popped up for sale in the Museum. I think I made the right choice by waiting.
FRAME: 2005 BREW; 19.25"TT; Euro BB; 100% 4130
FORKS: BREW, 1-1/8" threadless forks, 100% 4130
STEM: Supercross Racerhead; 6061 Aluminum; 1-1/8" threadless; 55mm reach
HANDLEBAR: S&M Slam XLT; 4130; 28"Wx8"H
GRIPS: Redline Hex Pro w/ Fly Bikes bar ends
HEADSET: Chris King; 1-1/8 threadless
CRANKS: Profile BMX; Tubular CR-MO arms; 19mm, 48 spline CR-MO spindle; 170mm
PEDALS: Redline Flight Magnesium Platform Pedals; 9/16"
BOTTOM BRACKET: Profile Euro
CHAINWHEEL: Profile Imperial; 42T
CHAIN: Sram PC-951; 1/2 x 3/32
RIMS: Sun Ringle Rhynolite; 16"x1.75"; double wall; CNC'd sides
HUBS: Profile Mini Cassette; 6061 shell; Ti driver; 36H; 3X Ti spokes; sealed bearings; 19mm internal axel w/ 3/8" studs; 13T cog
TIRES: Kenda K-Rad; 16x2.125
SEAT: Demolition D-Lite
POST: Primo Rod; 22.2
CLAMP: Profile Slim Jim; 1-1/4"
BRAKES: Tektro Donny Robinson Signature V-Brake
BRAKE LEVER: Tektro Donny Robinson Signature Magnesium trigger


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Some people need to get down off of their crosses, use the wood to build a bridge and GET OVER IT!!!!
I don't build bikes. I just assemble them.

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#2 2008-07-28 6:57am

comay
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From: Metairie, LA
Registered: 2006-03-08
Posts: 1292
Bikes: 9

Re: 2005 Brew Bikes 16

Since the Pit Bike races we'll be running won't count for ABA points, I figured now I have an excuse to run that NAG plate I bought. I got it because I thought it would look cool on my Quad. It didn't even occur to me that I wouldn't be able to use it because I don't have a NAG ranking. roll A guy at our local track, who actually has a NAG ranking, called me out on that.

But all in all, this thing is just a kick in the arse to ride big_smile

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Some people need to get down off of their crosses, use the wood to build a bridge and GET OVER IT!!!!
I don't build bikes. I just assemble them.

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#3 2008-07-28 7:33am

chemcopout
BMX Chick
From: New York, NY
Registered: 2008-06-24
Posts: 1657
Bikes: 12

Re: 2005 Brew Bikes 16

thats a sweet pit bike you got there cool
i keep seeing all these pit bikes and i am starting to get pit bike fever!! i have one in th basement i am gonna have to build up!


I stopped begging for help with the bike drive. If you see this and wish to donate parts send me a message. Anything and everything is accepted and appreciated smile

Sell me all your S&M parts!!!
...And go look at my S&M bikes:

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#4 2010-06-03 8:19pm

Charlie Brown
Pro MemberCB Doom
From: St. Petersburg, FL
Registered: 2007-07-28
Posts: 10706
Bikes: 1

Re: 2005 Brew Bikes 16

This is hands down one of the funnest bikes I have EVER had the pleasure to ride.  Very, very cool bike, brother.  (just caught it on the main page!)


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#5 2013-07-05 5:47pm

espbassist88
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From: South Carolina
Registered: 2009-12-14
Posts: 298
Bikes: 26
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Re: 2005 Brew Bikes 16

If this is the Brew Bikes I am thinking about, they are stationed in the mountains of North Carolina. They do good work smile


Bass Solo, Take One...

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