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1986 Phase 2 Mini

#1 2009-07-17 4:34pm

KeithMiami
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1986 Phase 2 Mini

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1986 Phase 2 Mini

Titanium frame & forks - frame & fork weighs less than three pounds, 20" from ground to seat post/frame intersection, 15" toptube length, inseam Cooks cranks 161mm, CP pedels, 17” NISI rims for lace-up tires, Revcor hubs, GT 43 tooth front gear, 15 tooth rear gear, Powerlite Junior handlebars with AME grips, UNIPro fiberglass seat, Dia-compe brake, Stronglight headset, DK neck My son rode to Florida #4 on this bike when he was six years old. The old schoolers will recognize this bike as having been fabricated by aerospace welders. The workmanship is exceptional.

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#2 2011-09-09 10:37am

tgraw
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Re: 1986 Phase 2 Mini

This bike brings back some memories.  I still have one, that is complete, in storage, and has not seen the light of day in 20 years.  It seems like I am working on a million and 1 projects.  One of these days, I am going to have to find some time to get it out for some pics to put up on this site.  I still have the co-factory jersey somewhere as well. 

Mr. Smith, the guy who ran everything, seemed like I really nice guy who just loved kids.

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