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#5751 2019-07-14 4:32pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

AlurencatBMX wrote:

Amazing! Great colour.

+1 I'm digging it

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#5752 2019-07-15 4:10pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Jasonwisher1987 wrote:

jray02r1 wrote:

I want that sprocket! 3/16" right? Awesome build man!!

It is a 3/16" actually. I had it sitting in my basement forever lol. I have a 36T 3/16" in good condition if you're interested smile

Thanks for the offer, but i need to find a 44 or a 45t.

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#5753 2019-07-22 9:14am

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Just submitted it, but here are the details and a couple of pics.

2007 Terrible One Ruben Alcantara frame (MAAS USA) painted in Root Beer candy by HOK
Conspiracy Hitman Pro fork chrome
2018 St Martin Liberte Grave bars
T1 grips
T1 bar ends
Dia Compe Goldfinger levers
Dia Compe Potts bolt
KHE Affix stem with gold skull cap
Illegal Bikes headset
Snafu polished top plate
Stolen Satellite gyro
Gold Gyro cables
Jagwire Gold Medal cables
BDsnail gold inline adjusters and cable caps
Alex X22 rims on sealed hub w/rear cassette 12t 14mm axles
Odyssey Elm St 1.85" Flatland tyres with S&M tubes
Eyeball valve caps
Proper Bikes gold cable hanger
24seven bash guard 28t chainring
Shadow Conspiracy gold chain
Snafu Mayweather cranks black
Flybikes Ruben Alcantara graphite pedals
Stolen BB in gold (Spanish)
Odyssey Springfield F&R with Evoke gold blocks
Billet flatland pegs (14mm)
United Tripod seat post with United courdory seat
Standard copy clamp

Cost? £yeahlet'snotgointothat

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41840/right5d35e0b863.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41840/left-side5d35e0c020.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41840/bb5d35e0c858.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41840/brake-lever5d35e0cd1a.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41840/stem-cap5d35e0d697.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41840/grips5d35e0dc09.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41840/frony5d35e0ec2f.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/41840/seat5d35e0f8a3.jpg

Last edited by AlurencatBMX (2019-07-22 9:16am)


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#5754 2019-08-30 8:11pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Selling my 03/04 barcode project of anyone interested.


Wanted:
RNC brake lever, bolts and bar ends
Cinelli CMX frame

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#5755 2019-08-31 8:47am

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Re: the Terrible One thread

More moving finds-

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/24667/822415d8-2c7b-4f65-b9a9-ce2fa142a9955d6a96789b.jpeg


WANT TO BUY-
Standard Bykes Gyro Hood (red)
Standard Bykes Gyro Junction
Primo Super Tenderizer pedals (black, 4-slot, NOS or excellent condition only)
Profile 1-1/8" seat clamp (Black, mid school style, unfaded)
1997 DK General Lee frame

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#5756 2019-08-31 5:39pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

That is badass!

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#5757 2019-09-02 7:20pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

When does T-1 do their pre-order for a barcode run?


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#5758 2019-09-02 8:38pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

A friend bestowed me his old T-1. It’s a MAAS built. Slowly gathering previously enjoyed parts from the museum. 100% museum parts other than the frame.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/78375/25615ba6-9e5a-4392-ba75-b9e438d598be5d6ddf241e.jpeghttp://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/78375/0c7c4847-118e-4470-8297-c445ddd0605d5d6ddf27a6.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/78375/52d83cfc-37cb-4358-ab52-328c29d711185d6ddf29df.jpeg

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#5759 2019-09-21 9:05pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Long time since I logged in. Good to see this thread is still semi active

Anyone have a cyclops stem they’d be willing to sell?

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#5760 2019-10-05 11:46am

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Re: the Terrible One thread

ethic1 wrote:

Long time since I logged in. Good to see this thread is still semi active

Anyone have a cyclops stem they’d be willing to sell?

Wow! Good to see ya back. I'm returning from a hiatus myself... (Maybe)

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#5761 2019-11-16 10:34am

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Super pumped to have finally picked up a 20.75” barcode. I took it for a spin at my local skate park today and it felt great. The only thing I am not digging so far is that it looks like every other green terrible one out there. The other thing I am torn about is the bars. The salt city bars look fantastic but I wish they were taller. I wish these bars came in a 9” rise so bad!

What do you guys think about a red top load stem and a red sprocket to change it up a bit?

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/239554/9f9e4485-c05b-4688-aace-73c09ddb88375dd041ad8b.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/239554/7d27a519-a18e-42d8-b4dc-078c838cb6d85dd041ab45.jpeg

Last edited by Forhisglory_1 (2019-11-16 10:37am)


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#5762 2019-11-17 5:15am

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Killer looking bike, mate, diggin' it! As for changing it up, I always say 'your ride, do it how you like'! cool

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#5763 2019-12-03 8:56pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Rescued this guy today.http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/258026/image5de71edf9c.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/258026/image5de71f52d0.jpg
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#5764 2019-12-04 2:57am

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Thank god for the salvation of that code. Nigel seat tho, RIP.


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#5765 2019-12-05 7:36pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

lol

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#5766 2019-12-06 10:12am

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Oyster wrote:

Thank god for the salvation of that code. Nigel seat tho, RIP.

Nigel Sylvester is dead? I'm confused?


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#5767 2019-12-17 9:20am

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Re: the Terrible One thread


ricedoutyugo.com

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#5768 2020-02-08 10:34am

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Re: the Terrible One thread

I had very specific plans for both of these bikes. I was going to raw out the Hickerson and run a bunch of Profile red ano parts I have and the chrome parts/GT sprocket we’re going to go on the barcode but it just didn’t work out that way because of the 20mm elite hub on the front on the barcode. Although this isn’t what I had planned I am super stoked on how they both came out!
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/239554/042be28b-9e27-4ab5-9369-9152bf87f6d85e3eff34c6.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/239554/69f9f7f8-d4f9-4a03-afea-c4f4b89b08d05e3eff35e1.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/239554/f15070bc-c46b-4d79-a728-3df4513df5f85e3eff362f.jpeg


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#5769 2020-02-08 3:23pm

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Re: the Terrible One thread

Forhisglory_1 wrote:

I had very specific plans for both of these bikes. I was going to raw out the Hickerson and run a bunch of Profile red ano parts I have and the chrome parts/GT sprocket we’re going to go on the barcode but it just didn’t work out that way because of the 20mm elite hub on the front on the barcode. Although this isn’t what I had planned I am super stoked on how they both came out!
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … f34c6.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … f35e1.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … f362f.jpeg

Dope AF man, I really dig that Barcode!

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