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2009 Standard 250S 24

#1 2009-08-15 6:18pm

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2009 Standard 250S 24

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2009 Standard 250S 24

Custom-built street (freestyle) cruiser.

EDIT: SOLD
I wanted to build something that I would ride for years to come, and after riding 20s for years, then a 24 which I sold, and recently, a 26, I wanted to build a light but strong 24. Enter Standard Bykes and their recent move into offering custom built frames. Rick, Jess and the SBC crew really created something special for me, and I can't say enough about the build quality and ease of working with them. It was approx 5 weeks from the day I wrote Rick and spoke to Jess, to the day it was delivered. The welds and powder quality are excellent. So, here it is, my custom 2009 Standard 24" 250SC (C for Cruiser, of course). I wanted this to be a street machine that I can bash around without worry. It is built similar to the race cruiser specs, but with the 250S tubing (S is for Street), thus built to be ridden, hard. 22" top tube, integrated h/s, drilled for gyro tabs, mid bb and 990 seatstay mounts round out the specs. The blue powder color is loosely based on the Hutch candy blue - at least that's why I picked it - I wanted to create something similar to my TS that I had in 85 - including much of the blue/white/chrome color scheme. I found the chrome S&M forks on the 'Bay, and many of the other parts were items I had around, or got from friends here on the Museum. Other Standard parts include the older-style stem (i might have it powdered white) and the 30T Standard sprocket. A bunch of new Odyssey parts round out the build. Thanks to Trask at Revolution Cycles in Seattle for the wheel build. Also, thanks to Flatlandfuel.com for some killer deals and advice.


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#2 2009-08-15 7:00pm

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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

That is one sweet ride. Makes me want one real bad.

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#3 2009-08-15 7:12pm

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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

wow i despised standard before but your collection made me love them..this 24" is the nicest iv seen in my life.

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#4 2009-08-16 7:22am

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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

Sweet Ride,  Standared is tops in my book!

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#5 2009-08-16 10:54am

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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

Like I said in the worlds longest cruiser post, NICE RIDE man!


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#6 2009-08-16 11:33am

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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

Neat bike and neat story..
I did not realize Standard is offering custom frames.
I really like all their bikes I have ridden so far..
I agree with painting stem or even just polishing it..
Bring it down to portland sometime eh?so we can go for a ride.
do you flatland on it at all/?


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#7 2009-08-16 1:13pm

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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

Thanks for all of the responses, guys. I'm really happy with it so far. Hitting the park this afternoon.
Gary, I haven't flatlanded on it yet, but I'm thinking about 4pegs and front brakes, we'll see, though. Definitely like to come down to Portland. Watching the Dew Tour  there as I type...

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#8 2009-08-16 5:08pm

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That is a sweet ride, It's nice to see Standard making some noise again!


4130 Beantown!

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#9 2009-10-01 3:42pm

rich72
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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

Always liked standard and your bike ROCKS!!!!

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#10 2010-05-15 6:22pm

ActionJackson
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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

Killer bike bro!


60% of the time it works every time.

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#11 2020-11-15 12:04pm

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Re: 2009 Standard 250S 24

Awesome build, awesome ride. What is the total weight on it? I'm building a 125R 24 because I don't bang or bash anymore.

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