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1982 Patterson Long

#1 2010-09-30 1:19am

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1982 Patterson Long

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1982 Patterson Long

Original Owner - '82 Patterson

I purchased this still new 1982 Patterson frame at my local bike shop in 1984.  I spent most of 1984 and 1985 buying parts as funds would allow.  It is still basically the same bike today - original chrome, Araya 48s with Suzue hubs and GT tires, Takagi 180mm cranks with Tuf Neck power disc and Victor Bear Claw pedals, dk stem, A'me grips, Viscount dyno seat, Dia-Compe MX brakes, dirt skirt and bottom bracket boot.  The handlebars in the picture are new GHP bars, which have recently been replaced with era correct GT Pro bars.  The frame stickers are reproductions.
Description edited April 2014


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#2 2012-02-17 6:48am

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Re: 1982 Patterson Long

Sweeet ride, even sweeter that its your OG bike..  Looks great Im sure your son will enjoy it!! From 1 generation to the next.


Blue, you’re my boy!!!

YOU’RE MY BOY BLUE!!!
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#3 2012-02-17 12:57pm

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Re: 1982 Patterson Long

Great colours..Nice to see a bike stay in the family too!cool


........Kastan 24'' Strut wanted.......Anyone?
........RNC Crank arm also needed..a l/h 180...?

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#4 2012-07-05 12:16pm

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Re: 1982 Patterson Long

Just picked up a one owner PR-200 to add to the collection.  Here are the two of them together.

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#5 2013-07-26 2:16pm

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Re: 1982 Patterson Long

There's only one bike shop that that could have come from. Abbot's cycle center in Pine Hills.  big_smile

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#6 2013-08-26 8:45pm

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Re: 1982 Patterson Long

boersma31p wrote:

There's only one bike shop that that could have come from. Abbot's cycle center in Pine Hills.  big_smile

Close - Rich 'n Rays in Tampa smile

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