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2011 Standard STA 500

#1 2011-09-12 1:50am

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2011 Standard STA 500

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2011 Standard STA 500

Full custom built to my own specs by Rick Moliterno at Standard Bykes. Full specs and more pics here: http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=354881 (SOLD)


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Last edited by diablo (2011-09-12 5:57am)


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#2 2011-09-12 6:33am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

sick custom build


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#3 2011-09-12 8:08am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

WOW..... cool as heck, please post more pictures of it ASAP !!  :cool:


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#4 2011-09-13 4:01am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

Hot Shot wrote:

WOW..... cool as heck, please post more pictures of it ASAP !!  :cool:

http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=354881


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#5 2011-09-14 7:30pm

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

Here is a repost of Diablo's original post in the catchall:

DISCLAIMER: OUT OF RESPECT TO JOHN DEBRUIN AND HIS ACQUIRED HUTCH NAME THIS CUSTOM FRAME MAY APPEAR TO BE THE SAME DESIGN AS THE ORIGINAL 80’S HUTCH TRICK STAR BUT IT IS NOT. I DESIGNED IT TO MY OWN SPECS USING SEVERAL DIFFERENT MEASUREMENTS AND GEOMETRY FIGURES FROM THE BEST HANDLING BIKES OF THE MID 90’S SUCH AS THE HOFFMAN BIG DADDY, THE STANDARD TAO / SHORTY, AND THE MORALES FLATLAND FRAME.

NOT ONE SINGLE SECTION ON THIS FRAME IS THE SAME AS A HUTCH TRICK STAR IN TUBING SIZE, LENGTH OR DIAMETER..…..NOT ONE.

AFTER VIEWING THESE PHOTOS YOU MAY NEED TO TAKE A FEW WEEKS OFF WORK TO RECOVER FROM THE SHEER AWESOMENESS EXHUBERATED BY THE FOLLOWING PICS….YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! 



My goal with this build was to have a modern day bike with old/mid school styling that I could just totally thrash on and not have to worry about breaking anything that would cost a fortune to replace. As most of you know I had started building a Futuristic Black Woody Itson Tribute Trick Star but gave up on the project in fear of destroying the frame or other expensive parts and instead have decided to make the move to a new school build. I am not a new school rider though, still use both brakes and prefer a mid-school type setup, which is exactly what I have achieved here……well, enough blabber……enjoy the pics……

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/3.jpg

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/4.jpg

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/5.jpg

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/6.jpg

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/8.jpg

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/10.jpg

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/11.jpg

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/12.jpg

http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o135/diabloDM/2011%20Standrad%20Bykes%20STA-500%20Custom%20The%20Ricksta/13.jpg

Full Specs:


FRAME:

Full custom Standard Bykes STA-500

Top Tube- 18.75"

Head Tube Angle - 75*

Seat Tube Angle – 70*

Chainstay Length (Slammed) – 13.75"

Stepover height -22&1/4"

(Seat tube area inside frame opened up a few inches and rear brake mounted on lower chainstays cause I still rock the cherrypickers and Apple Crates...oh yes I do...)

Frame weight in raw: 5lbs 6oz

FORK:

Odyssey Classic Flat Fork (older version), 185mm steer tube, 16mm offset, show chromed

Sunday Compression bolt (Lost the Odyssey one)

Fork weight 2lb, 10oz


FRONT BRAKE;

Odyssey EVO II, gold ano, lighter springs, black pads


HEADSET:

Odyssey Integrated


DETANGLER:

Odyssey GYRO GTX-R, black


STEM:

S&M REDNECK XLT, 53mm, gold ano


HANDLEBARS:

HARO Kneesavers, mid 90’s, high crossbar version, show chromed


BRAKE LEVERS:

Dia Compe Tech 77 Locking, Japan made, show polished lever ends


GRIPS:

Odyssey Thumb Tack, black, trimmed to 4&1/4"


BAR END PLUGS:

Quamen, stainless steel


BRAKE CABLES:

Odyssey Linear SLS Slic cables, black, lubed with 50/50 mix of Bullshot grease and Tri-Flo, rear with Odyssey London Mod


SEAT CLAMP:

Odyssey Mr. Clampy, gold ano


SEAT POST:

REDLINE, chromoly 1" with 7/8" tip, chrome


SEAT:

Trick Top, black, nos, my FAVORITE SEAT


BOTTOM BRACKET:

Odyssey 19mm mid USA, sealed


CRANKS:

Profile Flatland, 165mm, Chromoly spindle, show chromed arms


FRONT SPROCKET:

Odyssey MDS (Million Dollar Sprocket), 30T, gold ano


CHAIN:

KMC Z1X Inox, silver


PEDALS:

Odyssey Twisted PC, black


REAR BRAKE:

Odyssey EVO II, gold ano, lighter springs, black pads


WHEELS:

Odyssey 7KA 36H front and rear hoops, chrome

Stainless 14G spokes/nipples

Profile mini hubs, 3/8"  front, 14mm rear, 11T rear ratchet, gold ano

Odyssey rim strips, standard tubes, Mr. Tuffy liners

Odyssey Frequency G Klyte Tanwall tires, 20x1.75


PEGS

Odyssey Strong Island, nos (all 4 pegs weigh 2lbs, 7oz.)


Wheelbase - 33 inches (rear axle set at exactly 14" of chainstay length)

Total bike weight - 29lbs, 8oz.


Color used is a metal flake silver base with "Jollipop" blue translucent over it.....powder was purchased by powderbuythepound online and Ernie (O.g. RL20 II) was awesome enough to hook me up with his powdercoater and chromer....thanks for all your help Bro!!

Also would like to thank Jake4130 for his awesome custom work on my decals...he helped me do the layout and the final decals were produced by Derek at http://del-cals.co.uk/



Thanks for checking out DIABLO'S new ride!!

*EDITED* I added only the pictures that were not shown above..... Enjoy. :)

Last edited by vt102 (2011-09-14 7:33pm)

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#6 2011-09-14 7:32pm

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

Thanks Bro....see you Sunday!

:cool:


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#7 2011-09-14 7:34pm

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

diablo wrote:

Thanks Bro....see you Sunday!

:cool:

Anytime man..... Yups...Sunday! :D

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#8 2011-09-15 7:53am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

Dis buggah iz nuhts!!! lol

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#9 2011-10-08 1:18pm

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

Amazing byke!!!


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#10 2011-12-30 8:09am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

Amazing, Awesome,


Old school Sherwood Park.

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#11 2011-12-30 8:34am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

state of the art...wow...cool, big island pegs, had'nt seen those in a while. I would really love to ride this!! not to hate, but a trickstar really pales in comparison to this gem...

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#12 2012-01-21 3:28am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

trickstar lookin bike :cool:

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#13 2012-01-25 10:13pm

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

Damn I know where dats at...near Kalihi? By Sand Island?


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#14 2012-01-25 10:39pm

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

They built a new Lowe's on Nimitz hwy just a bit past the City Mill, this was in that parking lot.

:)


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#15 2012-01-26 7:31am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

wow

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#16 2012-02-04 2:24am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

WOOOOOOOOOW! Flatland specific weapon dream machine!

I hope one day your design hit the market and Standard Bykes decide to mass production this beauty for fellows flatlanders around the world!

Standard is the best of the best they should do consider bringing their new strong and lightweight tech to the flatland newcomers and old timers back to this era.

After checking your bike i decided to put together my Standard Shorty and build it up using the best yet parts and geometry to save weight and comfortable enough to ride that beast once again!

Check out my bikes pretty soon!

Nice job man! I'm Breathless!!!!!!

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#17 2012-02-04 2:29am

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Re: 2011 Standard STA 500

Thank you!

Just saw your bikes.....I almost bought a Subrosa Pandora DTT right before I built this bike.

I really do hope Standard or anyone for that matter will produce a new school bike with old school geometry like this.

:)


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#18 2012-05-30 3:10pm

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INSANE. :o


When I bunnyhop I hear a creak and I don't know if it's my bike or my joints. Oh well.

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#19 2012-05-30 3:15pm

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Thanks!

I partee and sold the bike cause it ended up being a tad bit small for me....I did however manage to buy the frame and fork back and will be building it for my Son.

:cool:


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#20 2012-06-08 12:19am

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Man.......that is frickin awesome!!!

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#21 2012-06-08 12:21am

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pickle wrote:

Man.......that is frickin awesome!!!

Thanks!

Contact Rick at Standard Bykes, he can make you one too!

:D


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#22 2012-07-18 5:31am

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That is 1 Bad ASS bike IM in love i got to get 1 wan a sell yours ? lol Well if you do ill call dibs now great job on it one of my new Favs what a great build it is hot a real head turner


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#23 2012-12-05 8:45am

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that may be the most AWESOME bike ever. I love it bro!!!


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#24 2015-04-16 9:41am

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Beautiful ride.


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#25 2015-04-16 9:47am

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Thank you!

:D


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