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2000 Mutiny

#1 2012-03-24 2:23am

calamity-calvin
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2000 Mutiny

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2000 Mutiny

I built this thing not to break, only to have it last longer than my first car!

One of the truly great bikes I have ever ridden.
The frame was picked up back in 2000. Everything else was built onto that. As the first picture shows, the bare frame now hangs on the wall in my garage. The story behind this frame is since I bent the left rear dropout, I didn't ride it much anymore, and really didn't have anymore room for more bikes, figured I would just let it hang for sentimental reasons.
The build went like this:
FRAME: 2000 Mutiny frame (note to admin - no serial number is stamped on the frame. Also, the frame when I purchased it did not have a model name)
The frame is 100% cromo, with a 14.5" cs, and 20.5" tt. 14mm, 1/4" thick dropouts.
FORK: S&M Pitchfork w/ 14mm slots, 1/4" drops
BARS: S&M Slam Specials
STEM: red S&M Redneck
CRANKS: Profile 3-piece
PEDALS: Primo Meat Tenderizors.
SEAT CLAMP: Profile 1"
SEAT POST: Inertia Pivotal 1"
SEAT: Primo Pivotal
WHEELS:
Rear Wheel: KHE Freecoaster laced to Alex Supra-E triple wall rims
Front Wheel: Atomic Industries 48H hub laced to Alex Supra-E triple wall rims


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Odyssey Pro Flatland fork (zero offset, 990 mounts)

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#2 2012-03-24 1:51pm

BillyBad
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Re: 2000 Mutiny

Sweet heavy metal mid school monster. Built to be here long after were all gone....


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#3 2012-03-24 6:16pm

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Re: 2000 Mutiny

BillyBad wrote:

Sweet heavy metal mid school monster. Built to be here long after were all gone....

:D:D:D It will outlast any foreseen apocalypse for sure!


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Odyssey Pro Flatland fork (zero offset, 990 mounts)

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#4 2012-07-14 11:12pm

JoseRomero925
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Re: 2000 Mutiny

i have the same frame and same color, I have been told by mutiny staff it is a "Sinister" model.


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#5 2012-09-12 11:50pm

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Re: 2000 Mutiny

JoseRomero925 wrote:

i have the same frame and same color, I have been told by mutiny staff it is a "Sinister" model.

That's good to know. Thanks for the info good sir!


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Odyssey Pro Flatland fork (zero offset, 990 mounts)

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#6 2013-03-12 7:58am

jaymeatsack
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Re: 2000 Mutiny

That's not a Sinister, the frame when first released did not have a name. It later became known as the Soldier. Mutiny, the company, changed hands years ago and the present company has very little knowledge of the older products as they (themselves) did not produce them. Or at least that's how they came off when asking them questions about my old Mutiny frames.

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#7 2013-04-09 2:45pm

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Re: 2000 Mutiny

looks like an early mutiny undertaker. theres one listed in the for sale section actually, its also on egay if you want to take a look and compare them for yourself.  pretty cool looking frame, im strongly tempted  to snatch the one in the sale forums up myself.

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ALWAYS LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING STUFF - ** MADE IN U.S.A. MIRRA AND BACKTRAIL/NYQUIST PRO FRAMES, AS WELL AS MADE IN U.S.A. STAMPED MIDSCHOOL HARO PARTS** ALSO, interested in Mirra pro/S351/Y2K completes & framesets & other mid-school Haro stuff including - chrome fusion cranks, OS1 & OS2 cranks, Hevron stems, Made in U.S.A. big & smallblock stems, Big Block pedals, Mega Hubs W/female axles, Mirra seats, White wall Haro tires - any midschool haro stuff from around 95-2005 , especially Mirra and backtrail/nyquist pro stuff
Wanted thread - http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.p … 5#p4478355
check out our midschool Haro thread - http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=521117&p=1

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#8 2013-05-06 5:43pm

calamity-calvin
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Re: 2000 Mutiny

When I first bought this frame, in the early days of Mutiny, there was no name for the frame. However, if I remember correctly, the frame was later named the Soldier. The Mutiny Undertaker does have similarities to the Soldier. The only difference is the missing gusset underneath the downtube junction at the headtube. At any rate, it was an awesome frame. Just, too bad I bent the rear dropout when I bent my axle :(.


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Odyssey Pro Flatland fork (zero offset, 990 mounts)

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