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#1 2010-04-17 12:30am

justkaelin
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From: Beavercreek, OH
Registered: 2009-07-08
Posts: 429
Bikes: 9

1999 Standard 125R

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1999 Standard 125R

my Street Twin! - Also check out my Race Bike built around alot of the same parts

After deciding that my 250-l was too short, I wanted to get something longer, about that same time I was starting to race BMX again at the local track that had just opened, so I set out to build two bikes, that "felt" identical but were set up for completely different styles of riding, the first, would be a dedicated race bike, the second would be a bike I could use to ride Street, Trails and Park as I like to ride a little of everything.  Just like the race bike, I wanted my “Street Twin” to have a clean Street look, with a color scheme to follow a format that enabled longevity aside from my ever changing liking in color, so I wanted the frame to be one color, and the rest of the components to be Black, so next year, I can disassemble it, clean it, powder the frame a different color, and put it all back together and everything still look good... this is what I came up with.

Frame : 1999 Standard 125R, 21" TT, Standard Geometry, Ran with Back End Slammed
Fork: Odyssey Race
Headset: Cane Creek S3 Sealed (painted Black)
Stem: Profile Acoustic
Handlebar: Fly Mike Day, 8.25x27" (cut 1/2" on each side)
Grips: ODI Longneck
Bar Ends: None (needs Some)
Brake Levers: None, maybe later
Brake Cables: None, maybe later
Brakes: None, maybe later
Front Hub: Profile Mini SS, 14mm Ti Axle
Front Spokes: Stainless (Painted Black)
Rear Hub: KHE Geisha Light
Rear Spokes: Answer Ti
Nipples: Black in the Back and Silver in the Front, will all be black when I rebuild the wheels
Rims: Black with Red Side Wall Runaways
Tires: KHE Folding Park
Tubes: Hold Air
Seat post: Shadow Pivotal (slammed, needs replaced, its too small so I had to wrap it in tape)
Seat post Clamp: None, could use one though as I constantly have to fix the seat
Seat: Duo X Rogue Status Black on Black
Crank: Profile 175mm
Bottom Bracket: Profile
Spindle: Profile GDH
Sprocket: Standard M3 23T
Pedals: Primo Stricker Magnesium Tenderizers
Chain: Shadow interlock V2
Chain Tensioners: one, non grind side.
Pegs: Shadow Little Ones

Still have some plans for it so there will be a lot changing, but its complete for now so I decided to post it... namely the Rims will be Alienation Runaways in Black with machined sidewalls when I rebuild the bike next year just to keep that all black component scheme, the black/red rims I have now were off my old bike and look good with the decals so I kept them.. it will get finished throughout the year and I will probably take it down and repost it early 2011 with it completely finished, right now im trying to make a few other projects rideable.


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#2 2010-04-17 1:35am

MADDAWG
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From: Midwest
Registered: 2008-02-14
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Re: 1999 Standard 125R

Wow great ,build


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#3 2010-04-17 11:22am

etd
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From: St. Cloud, Florida!!
Registered: 2008-09-27
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Re: 1999 Standard 125R

nice ride, what did you do for the rear drop out since it was 3/8?  i think i may do a similar approach to the FBM...kind of a all around rider race/dirt/street.

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#4 2010-05-01 3:05pm

justkaelin
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From: Beavercreek, OH
Registered: 2009-07-08
Posts: 429
Bikes: 9

Re: 1999 Standard 125R

i just took a dremmel and cut the dropouts to fit the 14mm axles with the cutting disc.. came out really clean too, it was actually my first time using a dremmel but it didnt take long to get the hang of it..

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#5 2011-08-18 8:15pm

ALLBULL
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From: Shelby Twp. Michigan
Registered: 2011-08-12
Posts: 120
Bikes: 7

Re: 1999 Standard 125R

BAD A$$ SETUP !!!


I <3 Midschool Tanks!!!

Looking for a  Nice/NOS Black Primo Hemorrhoid Seat!

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#6 2014-03-13 10:14am

littledvlbmx
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From: Tuckerton, NJ
Registered: 2009-11-28
Posts: 1612
Bikes: 4

Re: 1999 Standard 125R

Very curious,do you still have this? How does it hold up to street riding?


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