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1994 S&M Holmes

#1 2012-01-30 12:05am

adampjack
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1994 S&M Holmes

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1994 S&M Holmes

new school inspired

Its long been my thought that bmx geometry was at its best in the mid school S&M frames of the early to mid 90s and I think the new school frames will slowly move back that way, higher stand over, steeper head tube etc. All but the long back end I think they will stay shorter around 14". I wanted to build up a ride with a new school flavour so I can head down to the skatepark or dirt jumps and not have any issues.
And here is the result. The frame is powdered a flat black. I had a friend in USA make some pads and a seat for me out of deer skin check this link out to see who makes them and how they are done.http://nativebmx.com...ther-is-coming/I made the decals myself from a scan I had of a set of Holmes decals, cut them out and put em on so its definitely a labour of love.


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#2 2012-01-30 10:00am

the balt
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Re: 1994 S&M Holmes

instant fave love this!

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#3 2012-01-31 8:02am

Oyster
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Re: 1994 S&M Holmes

MY god! It is a thing of beauty. The raw hide gives off such a unique vibe. Kudos.


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#4 2012-01-31 8:50am

brobmx
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Re: 1994 S&M Holmes

KILLer !!!

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#5 2012-02-09 10:20pm

Alcapwn
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Re: 1994 S&M Holmes

Can that frame handle modern park/dirt safely?

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