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#26 2010-01-30 1:09pm

daleyRANGER
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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

jmacsmiddy wrote:

WOW COOL BIKE THAT WAS MY VERRY FIRST BMX REMEMBER MY PARENTS SHOWING ME A CATOLOGUE WITH RALEIGH BURNERS ECT I WANTED THE PEUGEOT I REMEMBER THEY COST £99.99

He he really...thats Great!!!! It was a very lucky find


...they say "in life, its best to keep your feet firmly on the ground"...
        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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#27 2010-01-30 1:12pm

daleyRANGER
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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

jmacsmiddy wrote:

FECK STILL LOOKING AT THIS IVE HAD LOADS OF DIFFERENT BMX S SINCE THE OLD PUG BUT THIS ONE ROCKS

Cheers Dude...It is magical...Just has great geometry for its year....

I love your CW. Could arrange something. My son is 6 and he'd love this ride smile


...they say "in life, its best to keep your feet firmly on the ground"...
        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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#28 2010-01-30 1:15pm

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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

cnc6306 wrote:

NICE SAVE , AWESOME LOOKING Peugeot , CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THE FINISHED BUILD

Thanks bro........all done apart from some red 901's on order and some red mk5 rat traps on order


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        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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#29 2010-01-31 4:16am

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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

Nice bike. Love the foam padding on the handlebars.

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#30 2010-02-01 11:09am

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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

johnny1995 wrote:

Nice bike. Love the foam padding on the handlebars.

It was a mess when I got it...nowhere near a survivor....but its very nice now, nicer in the flesh

Thanks for the comment


...they say "in life, its best to keep your feet firmly on the ground"...
        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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#31 2010-05-18 10:55am

daleyRANGER
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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

alex65 wrote:

alex65 wrote:

pepit wrote:

If you're in search of another Peugeot, here's a link

http://www.leboncoin.fr/vi/90085170.htm?ca=22_s

t'is from the "french Craiglist" website

I really doubt the seller would like to ship it so far west lollollol

we can hardly manage to have sellers to ship inside France ...

C'est malin ça. roll

Thats a shame...

I have just put an old school Shimano Chain ring on it and some red Dia Compes on it....willing to sell


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#32 2010-07-07 8:09am

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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

Looks great! cool


Take time to play..... It's the secret of perpetual youth!

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#33 2010-09-14 11:18pm

daleyRANGER
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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

jmacsmiddy wrote:

WOW COOL BIKE THAT WAS MY VERRY FIRST BMX REMEMBER MY PARENTS SHOWING ME A CATOLOGUE WITH RALEIGH BURNERS ECT I WANTED THE PEUGEOT I REMEMBER THEY COST £99.99

What ever happened to it in the end?


...they say "in life, its best to keep your feet firmly on the ground"...
        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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#34 2010-09-17 3:20pm

jmacsmiddy
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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

SNAPPED IT IN 7 PLACES KEPT IT GOING THOUGH WITH THE MIG WELDER THEN GOT MY DP FIRE BIRD HAPPY DAYS NOT THAT THESE DAYS ARE NOT HAPPY

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#35 2010-11-27 1:48am

daleyRANGER
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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

Bad news.

I'd love a DP....got the next best thing the Ammaco Pro Freestyle, some think the Ammaco is better but I disagree.

It was great back then... old a creaky now...still...my garage is full of times gone by. Needs sorting out but its great to be in there.


...they say "in life, its best to keep your feet firmly on the ground"...
        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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#36 2011-04-08 1:27pm

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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

Funky-Monk wrote:

Looks great! cool

Not really happy with it

Must be the layback an grips


...they say "in life, its best to keep your feet firmly on the ground"...
        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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#37 2011-06-24 2:10pm

jafangi
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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

I've just recently rebuilt my old CPX 301 and was wandering if you might know were I could get the original black pads and maybe new decals?
The decals on mine are original and in good condition just a few scrapes here and there but I must have the pads.
This bike was my first real bike back in 84 when everybody was on Raleigh Burners or Diamond Backs. I loved this bike and had to have it again after over 20 years riding Mountain Bikes you just can't beat the feel of an old skool BMX!
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#38 2011-06-25 1:13pm

daleyRANGER
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Re: 1984 Peugeot CPX-301

I wouldn't know where to find the pads separately. Try to get some printed up. Good luck though, more rare than the bike I imagine


...they say "in life, its best to keep your feet firmly on the ground"...
        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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