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#1 2016-09-29 6:29pm

butlerglc
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From: Port Angeles, WA
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1975 Roadway Moto

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1975 Roadway Moto

Early Moto BMX . Yamaha Knock off.


2016 Great NW BMX show winner!
Rick Reilly gave me this frame he brought up from California with the rest of his epic collection. I sand blasted the frame and sprayed it gloss white. I cleaned the rear shocks the best I could and polished the springs. I scored some NOS front shocks off ebay. Restored early black tuff 1's.Vintage kenda knobby tires. NOS union pedals. NOS moto bars off ebay. Vintage waffle OGK moto grips. Repop number plate. And I used early 80's Sugino cranks and chain ring for now since cootered cranks for these are extremely hard to find.

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No more media blasting at this time.
I am always glad to give advice any time!!!

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#2 2016-09-30 5:54pm

zman0803
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From: Central IL.
Registered: 2011-11-07
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Bikes: 5

Re: 1975 Roadway Moto

I'm losing my mind over here. So unbelievably cool. 

I Turned up to 11 on this one! 

coolcoolcoolcoolcoolcoolcoolcoolcoolcoolcool

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