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#1 2017-09-13 7:52am

09blink
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From: Australia
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1983 Direct Link Pro

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1983 Direct Link Pro

Direct Link Factory Team bike.

I was lucky enough to get this frame and fork from Woody Woodruff who was the designer and builder of the Direct Link frames. Its an early frame with no serial # and is 1 of 3 built with a double bend on the chainstay. It still has its original paint and decals and what looks like a set of prototype forks. The brake bridge seems to be a touch too high and the hole for the brake caliper is just a bit of centre. Early proto ? no idea. Have also been told that Joe Beaumert may have raced with it too, any help on that would be good as well as any info on the Direct Link frames would also be great.


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#2 2017-09-13 11:31am

AndrewJoey
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From: Bonney Lake, WA
Registered: 2011-01-30
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Re: 1983 Direct Link Pro

AWESOME smile

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#3 2017-09-14 10:09pm

MickRich393
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From: Kanagawa, Japan
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Re: 1983 Direct Link Pro

Awesome indeed! Killer frameset! cool

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#4 2017-09-15 3:33pm

zman0803
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Re: 1983 Direct Link Pro

Bad Ass at it's finest.

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