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#1 2007-12-04 10:13am

Mr. Fit
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1993 Cycle Craft

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1993 Cycle Craft

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rarest of the rare freestyler

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#2 2007-12-06 12:16am

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

This bike is absolutely incredible. What a score! I would not change a thing.


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#3 2007-12-07 8:33am

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

Gorgeous bike.  There is however, exactly zero chance this bike is a '93.  This bike can't be any newer than an '89.  Cyclecraft was sold in 1989 and moved from Tennessee, where they had a chromer, to Daytona, Fl., where they didn't.  Shag (the guy that bought the company) did have a chromer who could do bars and forks, but as he told me every time I bitched about the unavailability of chrome frames, the chromers in the area who had the polishing equipment to get in between the tubes had dunk tanks that were too small for frames, and the guys with the big tanks didn't have the polishers.  The Fredz Legz are likely to be about '93 (I think they came out about '92, so yer in the ballpark there...).  Anyway, nice ride.


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#4 2007-12-11 11:49am

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

The sticker says made in daytona Fl on the seat tube , And I think fredz legz are different then these. These are the brian foster signature forks.


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#5 2007-12-12 10:20pm

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

Wherever it was made, this has to be the coolest BMX race bike I have ever seen!!

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#6 2007-12-13 6:55am

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

i think you should let me have the cranks.... and the hubs if you want


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#7 2008-02-22 7:46pm

Matt S.
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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

Great looking bike. I don't think I ever saw a chrome Cyclecraft in person come to think of it. Very cool.


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#8 2008-10-13 11:23pm

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

That's a really  sick ride!!  I think it's cool that in this case the frame is chrome and the fork is painted.  I usually see the opposite on that type scheme.  Baddasssss.....


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#9 2009-03-19 9:51am

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

gaijin wrote:

Gorgeous bike.  There is however, exactly zero chance this bike is a '93.  This bike can't be any newer than an '89.  Cyclecraft was sold in 1989 and moved from Tennessee, where they had a chromer, to Daytona, Fl., where they didn't.  Shag (the guy that bought the company) did have a chromer who could do bars and forks, but as he told me every time I bitched about the unavailability of chrome frames, the chromers in the area who had the polishing equipment to get in between the tubes had dunk tanks that were too small for frames, and the guys with the big tanks didn't have the polishers.  The Fredz Legz are likely to be about '93 (I think they came out about '92, so yer in the ballpark there...).  Anyway, nice ride.

Actually it was a $75 option if memory is correct ....

My XLX frame & dirtlegz are Chrome straight from cyclecraft and they did not make the XLX till after 92-93ish ...... So they 100% were chroming frames !!!


Ohhhh by the way this frame set is mine now !! Has been for about a year now .....

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#10 2009-03-19 9:52am

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

IF YOU EVER SELL THESE PADS , PLEASE CONTACT ME !!!

I NEED A SET OF THESE PADS ..... BLUE OR BLACK


WANTED :   FRED Z Chrome 24" Bars,, DK 1st Gen Clamp,Cyclecraft 24" Frame & forks ,

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#11 2014-06-30 3:59pm

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Re: 1993 Cycle Craft

Have you weighed it?  Cyclecrafts always felt so light to ride.  big_smile


20", 22", 24", 26", and 700c !

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