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#1 2006-11-03 9:23am

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1977 G-Boy

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1977 G-Boy

1977-78 G-Boy Father Son project the start

1977 G-Boy frame given to me by a friend who had the bike stored for 20 years.Used Mongoose front fork and Ukai wheels. Bright orange powder coat. The bike is a true prize.


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#2 2006-11-11 4:02pm

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Re: 1977 G-Boy

Wow. Wow. Wow. Ultra rare! What a great buddy to give you that one! PLEASE post pics of the finished frame. I have seen ONE of these in my life in person. It had the horseshoe-weld gussets on the forks, which were aluminum, I thought!? Is this STEEL? WOW. Wow wow wow.  Did I mention that's a rare frame? I love the split tubes where the chainstays meet the bottom bracket housing. It looks like the P.K.'s evil cousin...Old Skewl Drool---

Anone know if these are related to Race Inc. or CyclePro in any way?
--PKred


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#3 2006-11-13 5:28am

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Re: 1977 G-Boy

Thanks. The bike should be back from powder coater and the boy and I will put it back on the road......

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#4 2006-12-25 11:11am

elfdoublecross
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

very nice bike. looks good!


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#5 2006-12-26 6:19pm

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Re: 1977 G-Boy

I really like the color. HUGE difference from beggining to end.good job


Gotta get my hands on more bikes!

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#6 2007-06-23 1:18am

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Re: 1977 G-Boy

Nice frame!


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#7 2007-06-25 5:58am

bugsrule
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

its-all-good wrote:

Nice frame!

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#8 2007-10-14 4:01pm

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Re: 1977 G-Boy

omg thats a really really nice bike!


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#9 2013-04-29 7:30pm

bmxlives1970
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

its a beauty bmx for ever

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#10 2014-08-07 10:23pm

FRESSTYLE FREEK
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

love it but why did you deside to powder it?  if it wqas me I would have ball burnished it like a PK ripper. thats what I did with my Gboy. but yours looks sweet in orange.


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