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SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

#51 2010-04-17 4:49pm

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polanco wrote:

wow,man,awesome,looks like a cross between a warpig,a hwa fong daddy,and a sick child badda bling!I was just going to post about their customs when I saw your pics, My friend in puerto rico,moncho,a veteran flatlander had a custom flatland frame made, I will tell him to post pics,or get one of his pics from his blog, islaflat.blogspot.com, see if you can see it there,it has a 77 degree HTA, 17.8 TT length, and 12.8 chainstays,crazy!

It is awesome! big_smile

Your buddies bars are bad ass


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#52 2010-04-17 4:53pm

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yeah,indeed,man, they remind me of ross piranha bars,but ultra low pimped!lol

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#53 2011-03-11 9:47am

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

Posting for future reference... future reference for when the custom frame I just ordered gets here... OMG!!!


Oh your bike doesn't have a scratch on it? 

Tell me again what the best parts are.

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#54 2011-08-09 7:49am

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

cool

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#55 2011-08-09 9:03am

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

v0lum3 wrote:

Posting for future reference... future reference for when the custom frame I just ordered gets here... OMG!!!

Speaking of which...

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd399/Jessie_Freeman/072611002213.jpg

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd399/Jessie_Freeman/072611002226.jpg

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd399/Jessie_Freeman/072611002247.jpg

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd399/Jessie_Freeman/072611002259.jpg


Oh your bike doesn't have a scratch on it? 

Tell me again what the best parts are.

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#56 2011-08-09 9:50am

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

v0lum3 wrote:

v0lum3 wrote:

Posting for future reference... future reference for when the custom frame I just ordered gets here... OMG!!!

Speaking of which...

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd3 … 002213.jpg

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd3 … 002226.jpg

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd3 … 002247.jpg

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd3 … 002259.jpg

That is an awesome bike!  I love the seat btw.   I was gonna pick one up this weekend, but 50 beans is a lot of beans for a seat.  Really nice though, re-enforced an all.


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#57 2011-08-09 9:53am

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Kid718 wrote:

That is an awesome bike!  I love the seat btw.   I was gonna pick one up this weekend, but 50 beans is a lot of beans for a seat.  Really nice though, re-enforced an all.

I picked it up at a local shop for just under $40, and it's absolutely awesome, super comfy for as small as it is, and the reinforcing is ridiculous.  It's really nice that it's not just another seat on the same frame design as everything else, I love it!


Oh your bike doesn't have a scratch on it? 

Tell me again what the best parts are.

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#58 2011-08-09 10:35am

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sick bike for sure cool

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#60 2011-08-26 9:02am

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Oh your bike doesn't have a scratch on it? 

Tell me again what the best parts are.

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#61 2011-09-04 1:54pm

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

My budget build Solid Killing Machine

http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/solid_bikes/50751

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#62 2012-01-12 7:17pm

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#63 2012-01-12 7:24pm

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[img][/img]http://i1060.photobucket.com/albums/t44 … lb/s20.jpg

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#64 2012-01-12 8:09pm

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

Had a lime green killing machine a while back.Great riding frame and 'Solid" as hell!Only draw back was it was by far the heaviest bike I have ever owned.What is the frame weight on them?I would guess like 8 lbs.Built like a tank!I doubt anyone has ever broke one them riding!

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#65 2012-01-12 8:28pm

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Hadn't noticed this thread before. I'll have to snap some pics of the two SOLID prototype parts I have. I ended up with the prototypes of the very first Turn Bars and seatpost used show off at our booth at Interbike back in '97.


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#66 2012-01-13 3:10am

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sourrox wrote:

RDB wrote:

not just a clever name then huh?

no, not at all.  I believe they are the biggest bars on the market.  I'll probably cut mine down to 30" when I get them.  9" X 30"  will be perfect for me. I know Eastern Bikes now makes a 9"X29" wonder years bar.  if anyone knows of another company that makes bars this big, please let me know.

I run Roseanne bars on my PK Ripper, I love them!smile

  See here, http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/se_racingcurrent/30213


"if anyone knows of another company that makes bars this big, please let me know."

If you can't wait for the new lighter and stronger Roseanne's, then check out S&M's Perfect Ten bars. Not as wide as the Roseanne bars:lol:, But more rise though.big_smile

   http://www.danscomp.com/products/362010 … _Bars.html

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#67 2012-01-13 10:20am

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http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee313/hoffmanbikes00/stuff/DSC06607.jpg
http://i234.photobucket.com/albums/ee313/hoffmanbikes00/stuff/DSC06608.jpg

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#68 2012-01-14 8:13am

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cool cool cool

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#69 2012-01-16 9:08pm

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More Solid components.  My Solid stem is a first gen and the 'Solid' script on the front is not engraved.

http://i1136.photobucket.com/albums/n485/mrbarcode/scanheadset033.jpg
OG Solid stem
http://i1136.photobucket.com/albums/n485/mrbarcode/WTPOmen009.jpg
Solid Turn Bar
http://i1136.photobucket.com/albums/n485/mrbarcode/WTPOmen011.jpg
Death grips

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#70 2012-01-16 9:27pm

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

I love Solid. They practically make most of the USA made frames selling at Dans Comp (besides S&M.Fit.FBM)


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#71 2012-01-16 9:32pm

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

I still love my custom, pics of it at the skatepark the other day:

http://img862.imageshack.us/img862/7204/32199634649461537987510.jpg

http://img841.imageshack.us/img841/7154/33752434649499871317010.jpg


Oh your bike doesn't have a scratch on it? 

Tell me again what the best parts are.

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#72 2012-03-16 11:09am

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my former 07 Euro KM...bike did not like me at all... lol


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#73 2012-03-16 6:29pm

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#74 2012-03-16 7:28pm

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Re: SOLID BIKE CO. thread-throw your Solid's up here!!!

trinity wrote:

sourrox wrote:

RDB wrote:

not just a clever name then huh?

no, not at all.  I believe they are the biggest bars on the market.  I'll probably cut mine down to 30" when I get them.  9" X 30"  will be perfect for me. I know Eastern Bikes now makes a 9"X29" wonder years bar.  if anyone knows of another company that makes bars this big, please let me know.

I run Roseanne bars on my PK Ripper, I love them!smile

  See here, http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/se_racingcurrent/30213


"if anyone knows of another company that makes bars this big, please let me know."

If you can't wait for the new lighter and stronger Roseanne's, then check out S&M's Perfect Ten bars. Not as wide as the Roseanne bars:lol:, But more rise though.big_smile

   http://www.danscomp.com/products/362010 … _Bars.html

We do!!!
Immortis has a 10" rise bar that is 32" wide!

It's called the NYODB (Name Your Own Damn Bar)... in honor of our "way" to make our bars at 32" wide and CYODB.... cut your own damn bars.
So, you buy them and we make a decal for the bar in the name that you choose... name them yourself.


Dig out your bashguard bikes and let me know! I'm looking for a '91 Mongoose Hooligan, Dyno Slammer 2, '95 Haro Basher, . I'll consider the others too for the right price!

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#75 2012-03-16 8:11pm

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Immortis wrote:

trinity wrote:

sourrox wrote:


no, not at all.  I believe they are the biggest bars on the market.  I'll probably cut mine down to 30" when I get them.  9" X 30"  will be perfect for me. I know Eastern Bikes now makes a 9"X29" wonder years bar.  if anyone knows of another company that makes bars this big, please let me know.

I run Roseanne bars on my PK Ripper, I love them!smile

  See here, http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/se_racingcurrent/30213


"if anyone knows of another company that makes bars this big, please let me know."

If you can't wait for the new lighter and stronger Roseanne's, then check out S&M's Perfect Ten bars. Not as wide as the Roseanne bars:lol:, But more rise though.big_smile

   http://www.danscomp.com/products/362010 … _Bars.html

We do!!!
Immortis has a 10" rise bar that is 32" wide!

It's called the NYODB (Name Your Own Damn Bar)... in honor of our "way" to make our bars at 32" wide and CYODB.... cut your own damn bars.
So, you buy them and we make a decal for the bar in the name that you choose... name them yourself.

them some big bars!....whats up Seth!

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