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Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

#2251 2015-09-26 6:20pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

dreamermick wrote:

chrispiascik wrote:

Excited to be back on a Model C! http://i.imgur.com/XL2Npwx.jpg

That's sweeeeeet! I'd love to see it on a 4130 Beantown ride.

I'll have to come out to one of those. When's the next one?

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#2252 2015-09-27 6:48pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

chrispiascik wrote:

dreamermick wrote:

chrispiascik wrote:

Excited to be back on a Model C! http://i.imgur.com/XL2Npwx.jpg

That's sweeeeeet! I'd love to see it on a 4130 Beantown ride.

I'll have to come out to one of those. When's the next one?

October 24th


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#2253 2015-10-20 1:53pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/69878/img_19705626a9c403.jpg

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#2254 2015-10-20 1:59pm

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^^^^:cool::cool::cool::cool:

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#2255 2015-10-20 2:09pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

2014 and 2015 WTP Atlas
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#2256 2015-11-20 9:06am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Haven't posted on here in a while.  Here's the most current picture of my Wave-C that I have:

http://s7.postimg.org/ofrvdrnhn/Wave_C_Green.jpg

And here's a link to a quick rail I did not too long ago on it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gdHoYB … e=youtu.be


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#2257 2015-11-20 1:57pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

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Haven't posted on here in a while.  Here's the most current picture of my Wave-C that I have:

http://s7.postimg.org/ofrvdrnhn/Wave_C_Green.jpg

And here's a link to a quick rail I did not too long ago on it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gdHoYB … e=youtu.be

:cool:

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#2258 2015-11-23 11:29am

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Spotted downtown in Toronto. Anybody got an ID on this f/f? https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/74011/image56536901ca.jpg
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/74011/image5653690212.jpg


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#2259 2015-11-23 1:50pm

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Are those 24"s or 26"s?  The toe straps would indicate a Fixed Gear Freestyle (FGFS) bike along these lines:
https://brakelesshk.wordpress.com/2011/ … eometries/

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

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#2260 2015-11-23 4:18pm

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I didn't take that close a look... But I'm pretty sure it was 24". 26 or bigger would have jumped out at me. Besides, did Fit ever make a 26" FAF tire?

Also, look at the geo. very BMX modern street cruiser standover, rather than the very tall, very horizontal TT on the FGFS...


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#2261 2015-11-23 4:19pm

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Huh. Just answered my own question. Zoom in on the back tire (handy label in just the right place) and it's for sure a 26"!!

However, that geo still looks nothing like a FGFS.


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#2262 2015-11-23 4:41pm

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Huh. Just answered my own question. Zoom in on the back tire (handy label in just the right place) and it's for sure a 26"!!

However, that geo still looks nothing like a FGFS.

Might be a Concept Assasin.  http://www.lockedcog.com/tag/concept-assassin/  Seems to have the odd chainstays....

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

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#2263 2015-11-23 5:03pm

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Huh. Just answered my own question. Zoom in on the back tire (handy label in just the right place) and it's for sure a 26"!!

However, that geo still looks nothing like a FGFS.

Might be a Concept Assasin.  http://www.lockedcog.com/tag/concept-assassin/  Seems to have the odd chainstays....

Chain stays do seem to match, but the standover does appear much taller in your link than in the picture in the thread.

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#2264 2015-11-23 5:05pm

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And fixed gear freestyle just sounds dangerous and stupid, but what the heck do I know.

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#2265 2015-11-23 5:29pm

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agreed... but I need a new commuter. Throw a freewheel on that puppy...


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#2266 2015-11-23 5:35pm

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2016 Model C

http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y282/Moosevision1/sunday.jpg


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#2267 2015-11-23 9:39pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Just built up one of these at the bike shop I work at.  We upgraded the forks and bars to the aftermarket Sunday ones.  Probably one of my favorite complete Model C's to date. 

I also just ordered in some 24" Chase Hawk tires for my green Model C.  I've been in love with the Intense MKIII micro knobs for years now.  Time to try something new.


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#2268 2015-11-23 10:10pm

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Well, edited this post cause I see they do now offer the aftermarket Model C3 frame is raw, but it's the ugly as hell raw like the Motoross and Soundwave with no weld burns :(:mad::rolleyes:

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#2269 2015-11-23 10:31pm

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@skateparkrider- the Chase Hawk tires run smooth and fast with surprising amount of grip I have mine set at max psi front and rear. I may change mine out for a tan wall tire, but plan to wear the hawks out first.


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#2270 2015-11-24 6:45am

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This bike looks awesome.  I can tell the bars would be too tall for my liking if I rode it, but I think the look this thing has is pretty rad.


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#2271 2015-11-24 5:24pm

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@bunkyd- bars are a bit high, one inch higher rise than stock, i have them pulled back a tad now still getting used to the feel. There aren't many options in a lower rise size that has the raw welds exposed. brake cable was too short after bars were installed btw.


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#2272 2015-11-25 7:35am

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Hell yeah, what's up Bunky. 

I ride the Chase Hawk tires on my 20" right now.  Awesome tire, for sure.


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#2273 2015-11-25 7:46am

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@bunkyd- bars are a bit high, one inch higher rise than stock, i have them pulled back a tad now still getting used to the feel. There aren't many options in a lower rise size that has the raw welds exposed. brake cable was too short after bars were installed btw.

Tell me about it!  There's not a whole lot of options out there for cruiser bars.  I'd been looking for some raw cruiser bars for a while, and couldn't find anything where the welds looked decent.  Ended up settling on some of the raw bars that come on the WTP Atlas complete that I bought off of RoDilla78 on here, but they don't really have much in the way of weld marks.  They looked awesome with the raw Sunday stem, but I couldn't get used to the 2 degree upsweep on them.  I'd kill to find some of the chrome 24umph XL bars from one of the 2015 Sunday Model C completes!  Been trying to find some of those forever.


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Hell yeah, what's up Bunky. 

I ride the Chase Hawk tires on my 20" right now.  Awesome tire, for sure.

Bobby!  Keeping the cruiser going like usual!  When it warms up this spring, I think it's going to be cruiser rail central time :)  Been finding a bunch of good spots in Raleigh, and did a couple of decent rails before the weather started cooling down.  I'm such a wuss with cold weather.


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#2274 2015-11-25 8:02am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

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Tell me about it!  There's not a whole lot of options out there for cruiser bars.  I'd been looking for some raw cruiser bars for a while, and couldn't find anything where the welds looked decent.  Ended up settling on some of the raw bars that come on the WTP Atlas complete that I bought off of RoDilla78 on here, but they don't really have much in the way of weld marks.  They looked awesome with the raw Sunday stem, but I couldn't get used to the 2 degree upsweep on them.  I'd kill to find some of the chrome 24umph XL bars from one of the 2015 Sunday Model C completes!  Been trying to find some of those forever.

I'll keep an eye out.

I got these raw cranks and raw bars from someone who took them off a 20" Sunday complete. (They might be 8.25" though):
http://i255.photobucket.com/albums/hh138/upsetbmx/Tribute24001.jpg

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#2275 2015-11-25 4:45pm

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crash test dumby wrote:

And fixed gear freestyle just sounds dangerous and stupid, but what the heck do I know.

Well, it has a much longer history than bmx freestyle, going back more than 100 years.  I don't do it personally, but mucho respect for the talent I've seen.

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