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#1 2016-12-09 7:43pm

jake4wut
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1987 Zeronine Pro 24

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1987 Zeronine Pro 24

Insane light racing cruiser for sure, lightest bike I have ever own.

Had a super hard time trying to figure out the make of this bike after I bought it from a old school bike shop owner that is now retired and has some of the coolest bikes I have ever seen, and bikes that should just be in a actual museum, I made a deal on a couple bikes with him and this is one bike he did not know the make of it either, couldn't leave this one after he let me pick it up and to show me how light it was, after a lot of research came across a guy selling just the frame alone on a website and he listed the serial number and the make that I confirmed it was a Zeronine, having a super hard time finding a complete decal set and going to get a original number plate and some gum wall racing tires for now.


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#2 2016-12-09 10:33pm

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Re: 1987 Zeronine Pro 24

That is sweet! Zeronine is one of favorite BMX brands.  Sadly I had a set of decals Pro 24 BITD and they disappeared with all my Zeronine plates...hmm


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#3 2016-12-10 6:39am

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Re: 1987 Zeronine Pro 24

Never see these anymore, badass!cool

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#4 2016-12-10 8:10am

jake4wut
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Re: 1987 Zeronine Pro 24

Thanks! planning on going to the BMX show in Feb out near Chicago for the first time, going to Fly from PHX out there maybe I can find some frame decals there, just picked up a original sidehack wish I could bring, going to add it today on the museum its so sweet!big_smile


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#5 2016-12-10 8:55am

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Re: 1987 Zeronine Pro 24

I think that was my old bike   If you got it from kb. I sold it to him awhile ago.   Good to see it againhttp://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/3676/img_2674584c350cad.jpg

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#6 2016-12-11 6:31am

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Re: 1987 Zeronine Pro 24

That's a cool ride.
War are the odds both past and present owners  are members! Awesome


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#7 2016-12-23 6:37pm

jake4wut
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Re: 1987 Zeronine Pro 24

Yes I did, he did not know the brand, so after some research figured it out, cool guy and love the bike, wish I could find the original decals for it, that's the struggle now!


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