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1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Competitor

#1 2012-01-21 1:04am

looptail
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1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Competitor

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1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Competitor

Saved from a crushing fate. Nice old school bmx that will look the business once done.

re-building


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#2 2012-01-21 3:51pm

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Re: 1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Competitor

Look forward to seeing the end result!  What's going on it?


Check out my 1983 VDC-built Trident, 1983 Kuwi Laserlite, 2010 GT Ultrabox 2, 2011 Crupi race rig and prototype Quamen, plus the all things Crupi & old school scene in Japan threads. Always interested in buying used, mid-school race plates and pads - UGP, Knucklebone, Lizard Skins, Odyssey and Pryme to name but a few!!

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#3 2012-01-21 8:50pm

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Re: 1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Competitor

Konnichiwa and how is it said... ' Arigato ' thank you! My first comment coming from Japan...COOL!
OK. Seat post is Tioga, stamped cro-mo Japan, of coarse. Stem will be SR MS-422, Japanese quality.  Everything else will be basically generic to begin with as I'm building this bike for my Daughter. Parts will be black, silver and purple, her favorite color. Back in the day, I had a Raleigh Aero Pro, tubing made by Tange. Lots of Japanese parts like Araya, Suntour, Sugino, Kashimax, Diacompe MX1000 etc, an awesome bike. Wish I still had it but that's another story LOL. I'll post pics as and when. Thanks for looking
Sayonara

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#4 2012-01-21 9:13pm

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Re: 1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Competitor

Cool.


Old school Sherwood Park.

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#5 2012-01-21 9:55pm

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Re: 1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Competitor

glenn1011 wrote:

Cool.

Thanks Buddy

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#6 2012-01-22 2:38am

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Re: 1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Competitor

looptail wrote:

Konnichiwa and how is it said... ' Arigato ' thank you! My first comment coming from Japan...COOL!
OK. Seat post is Tioga, stamped cro-mo Japan, of coarse. Stem will be SR MS-422, Japanese quality.  Everything else will be basically generic to begin with as I'm building this bike for my Daughter. Parts will be black, silver and purple, her favorite color. Back in the day, I had a Raleigh Aero Pro, tubing made by Tange. Lots of Japanese parts like Araya, Suntour, Sugino, Kashimax, Diacompe MX1000 etc, an awesome bike. Wish I still had it but that's another story LOL. I'll post pics as and when. Thanks for looking
Sayonara

Douitashimashite (you're welcome)!  Yeah, although the States is the home of bmx, I always thought the Japanese stuff was more exotic, as well as being great quality.  It's funny living here now, because they really love the old American stuff, for example, the early Schwinn and BMX Products bikes - I guess the grass is always greener!  You might find this interesting...

http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=377792

Good luck with the build and I look forward to seeing the pics!


Check out my 1983 VDC-built Trident, 1983 Kuwi Laserlite, 2010 GT Ultrabox 2, 2011 Crupi race rig and prototype Quamen, plus the all things Crupi & old school scene in Japan threads. Always interested in buying used, mid-school race plates and pads - UGP, Knucklebone, Lizard Skins, Odyssey and Pryme to name but a few!!

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