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1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

#1 2009-12-20 11:05am

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1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

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1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

92 Peregrine 'CLP'

Craig Lepage designed Peregrine freestyler, completed mostly with Peregrine components.  A mid school classic in my opinion... It feels bulletproof, particularly with a superpro / new school hybrid wheelset.  This is my winter buildoff entry, but i'm hoping to get some better pics done before final submission.
* Frame:  Peregrine Craig Lepage
* Fork:  Peregrine Craig Lepage
* Bars:  Peregrine Q Bars (2nd gen)
* Grips:  Peregrine
* Levers:  Dia Compe Tech 77 mij's
* Stem:  ACS Slant 55
* Detangler:  Odyssey Gyro2
* Front Brake:  Peregrine FSX111
* Rear Brake:  Dia Compe AD990
* Seat Clamp:  Peregrine 'Gripper'
* Seat Post:  Peregrine Micro Adjust
* Seat:  Peregrine
* Crankset:  Peregrine 2nd gen
* Pedals:  Peregrine Power Pedals
* Hubs:  Peregrine Sealed Bearing 48's
* Rims:  Odyssey Hazard Lite 48's
* Tires:  Peregrine HP
* Pegs:  Haro Fusion
Cheers guys, hope you like it as much as I do.
Heath.
 

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#2 2009-12-20 11:10am

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

this is sick , very nice , instant fave cool


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#3 2009-12-20 1:44pm

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theres only one thing bout this bike i dont like....its not mine big_smile. very nice, i love it

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#4 2009-12-20 2:42pm

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Perfect!! Great Job, that babby's sweet!! big_smilebig_smile


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#5 2009-12-20 3:05pm

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#6 2009-12-20 8:15pm

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

Looks great---long live chrome!!

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#7 2009-12-20 8:30pm

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

cheers guys, appreciate all the feedback.  pretty happy with the way it turned out.  updated pics coming in 24 hours, they're a lot better than the first ones.  stay tuned.


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#8 2009-12-20 8:53pm

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

Its The SH!T Man!. a Fave!


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#9 2009-12-21 5:13am

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

That's DOPE!


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#10 2009-12-21 7:13am

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

Sweetness!


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#11 2009-12-21 1:37pm

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

cheers for all the comments!

updated pics now up... will be submitting it to the build off shortly...

keeping the full profile shot here because i like it.

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#12 2009-12-21 2:39pm

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Awesome. Finally a Craig LePage model built properly with everything in form so it actually looks rideable. Job very well done. I'm curious is that seat actual Peregrine with stamped logo or is it just a sticker on a Velo seat?
It's funny how few years ago nobody wanted these frames, but now, they go for crazy starting price at ebay. The downtube graphics design was never my fave as in "innovative" but it works in this build with the other parts. Thanks for choosing the ACS55 stem instead of the ever-so-boring obvious Peregrine "falcon" stem. The 55 looks SO much better in my opinion.
That is some bike you got there!
-Timo

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#13 2009-12-21 5:39pm

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2Fresh wrote:

Awesome. Finally a Craig LePage model built properly with everything in form so it actually looks rideable. Job very well done. I'm curious is that seat actual Peregrine with stamped logo or is it just a sticker on a Velo seat?
It's funny how few years ago nobody wanted these frames, but now, they go for crazy starting price at ebay. The downtube graphics design was never my fave as in "innovative" but it works in this build with the other parts. Thanks for choosing the ACS55 stem instead of the ever-so-boring obvious Peregrine "falcon" stem. The 55 looks SO much better in my opinion.
That is some bike you got there!
-Timo

Cheers Timo! I appreciate the feedback.  In regards to the seat, it is genuine.  I hadn't seen one before either, but it's definitely not a rub on decal.

It is definitely set up as a rider... a few tweaks to make once the bike is submitted to the build-off - i'll change out the cranks for some gt power series, keep it kevin jones big_smile.  Also, those peregrine grips have to go, they are far too hard.  Changing them out for some m jive handles shortly.

Again, thank you for your kind words everyone.
Heath.

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#14 2009-12-21 6:32pm

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im seriously in love with your bike bad ass!

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#15 2009-12-21 6:40pm

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Very awesome. I really want one of these that's 100% all Peregrine parts.


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#16 2009-12-21 7:14pm

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

thanks guys.  i wasn't expecting this to receive the feedback it has.

awesome big_smile

not often you get pro shots taken, so i might as well show some more...
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#17 2009-12-21 8:30pm

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Nice work my man. I love a nice head tube sticker shot!!


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#18 2009-12-21 8:35pm

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

Sooooooo SICK!


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#19 2009-12-21 8:43pm

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Sick bike Heathcliff,

You just raised the bar extremely high for my LePage build. Truly incredible.

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#20 2009-12-22 12:34am

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What's also really cool about this bike, is that you mixed parts from various manufacturers and didn't go the usual all-Peregrine route. Makes it more realistic AND interesting to watch. And to add to the cake, i really appreciate anyone who takes the time to shoot proper photos. It doesn't take much, and certainly sets the bike off from the usual cell-phone crap pics. Again, good job man!
-Timo

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#21 2009-12-22 8:25am

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No doubt that those hazard lite rims are as good or better looking than the peregrines.

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#22 2009-12-22 9:54am

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

mick, jim, timo and frank, thank you all.

timo - i couldn't really go all peregrine parts and still be completely happy with the final outcome.  i still wanted to build it with the parts i've grown to love, regardless of what manufacturer or era they are.

tico frank - this is the second peregrine sealed bearing / hazard lite wheelset i've had, and they are unbelievable.  i totally recommend looking into it if you find a set of spare hubs.

again, thanks everyone, any and all feedback is welcome.
heath.


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#23 2009-12-22 11:52am

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grips aint too hard when you wear gloves!

nice build, i agree on the use of a good 55 stem!

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#24 2009-12-22 2:42pm

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Re: 1992 Peregrine Craig LePage Freestyer

2Fresh wrote:

What's also really cool about this bike, is that you mixed parts from various manufacturers and didn't go the usual all-Peregrine route. Makes it more realistic AND interesting to watch. And to add to the cake, i really appreciate anyone who takes the time to shoot proper photos. It doesn't take much, and certainly sets the bike off from the usual cell-phone crap pics. Again, good job man!
-Timo

lol you need to update your cellphone , they be 11mp now and can take pro photo's , my nokia n95 5 mp with carl ziess optics cam takes better pics than my sony cybershot anyday l

http://i654.photobucket.com/albums/uu269/aotearoastyle/24112009891.jpg <-- nokia from a distance on 10 second burst mode

Heath that bike is amazing cool


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#25 2009-12-22 2:45pm

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Just took this in my pond this morning on my nokia

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Caught up in his lies because you can not visualize ,
Cant distinguish truth so you allow him to abuse
The last thing you remember is a loss of control and temper
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