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2003 Standard 125R

#1 2010-04-17 12:30am

justkaelin
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2003 Standard 125R

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2003 Standard 125R

2010 Season BMX Racing Machine - Also Check out its Street Twin!!

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, with all the race bike goodies, A brakes, Cassette wheels, Number Plate, etc. with a nice clean look that would attract sponsorship, I also wanted the 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 Silver, Chrome or Polished, so next season, 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 : 2003 Standard 125R, 21" TT, Standard Geometry, Ran with Back End Slammed
Fork: Odyssey Race
Headset: Cane Creek S3 Sealed
Stem: Generic (will be Profile Acoustic Polished when I can afford it)
Handlebar: Fly Mike Day, 8.25x27" (cut 1/2" on each side)
Grips: Odyssey Team Grips (will be ODI Longneck when I can afford it)
Bar Ends: Odyssey
Brake Levers: Tektro (will be Shimano Deore in Polished Silver when I can afford it)
Brake Cables: Animal (needs replaced  when I can afford it)
Brakes: Tektro (will be Shimano Deore in Polished Silver when I can afford it)
Hubs: Profile Cassette
Spokes: Answer Ti
Nipples: Red Silver and Black (will be silver when I rebuild the wheels with Chrome Runaways)
Rims: Rhyno Lites (will be chrome Alienation Runaways when I can afford it)
Tires: Tioga Power block Type S
Tubes: Hold Air
Seat post: Alloy Silver (cut and slammed)
Seat post Clamp: federal (will be something Silver when I can afford it)
Seat: S&M Seat (custom Covered with Ohio State T, had to rep since I’m so far away in Hawaii)
Crank: Profile 175mm
Bottom Bracket: Profile Euro
Spindle: Profile Ti, with Ti Bitchin Bolts
Sprocket: Profile Spider, Assortment of Chain rings
Pedals: Primo Tenderizers (will be silver Tenderizers when I can afford it)
Chain: Silver
Chain Tensioners: Bulletproof (am going to strip them to silver when I stop wasting all my time not riding on the internet)


Still have some plans for it so there will be a lot changing, but its complete for now so I decided to post it... 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 11:23am

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Re: 2003 Standard 125R

nice, i love twins wink  check out my 125 cruiser i just posted as well smile

Last edited by etd (2010-04-17 11:24am)

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#3 2012-01-31 9:38pm

Mazzocco2385
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Re: 2003 Standard 125R

looks good in green!wink

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#4 2012-09-02 8:26pm

andycapp
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Re: 2003 Standard 125R

This bike looks great.
It's interesting, to me, to see how much thought you put into the look of it for racing sponsorship and ease of upkeep. That's pretty cool.
I wish you good fortune with your upgrades. smile


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