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#1 2013-07-15 7:56am

pandaol
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From: France
Registered: 2012-05-11
Posts: 13
Bikes: 9

1982 Peugeot CPX-100

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1982 Peugeot CPX-100

One "Bordeaux" like a french good wine smile


* Frame: 1977 Peugeot CPX-100
* Serial number: CPX-07-12994
* Fork: Peugeot 1" threaded rare zero offset motocross styled forks (merida HX300)
* Handlebars: Peugeot 24" by 8" without original CPX-100 cross bar pad
* Grips: Winner's Circle
* Stem: forged steel goose neck single stem without generic snap-on vinyl pad
* Headset: generic, caged bearings
* Seatpost: chrome plated steel 22mm knurled
* Seatpost clamp: generic, chrome plated
* Seat: Peugeot CPX-100 diamond pattern manufactured by GSK in Taiwan
* Pedals: Burgundy Union  rat-traps pedals
* Bottom Bracket: generic US-BB steel, caged bearings
* Chainwheel: Keihin 44T Japan
* Chain: Izumi black Track Chain
* Front Hub: KK 36H steel low flange, caged bearings
* Rear Hub: Shimano 36H D-Type coaster brake with 15T cog
* Rims: KIN LIN 36H 47-406 (20 x 2.125) chrome plated, dimpled
* Tires:    Cheng Shin 20 x 2.125
* Top tube length: 18,5"
* Wheelbase: 35"


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"Do not live in the past but move forward with his memories"

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#2 2013-07-17 10:29am

AndrewJoey
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From: Bonney Lake, WA
Registered: 2011-01-30
Posts: 232
Bikes: 4

Re: 1982 Peugeot CPX-100

Sweet bike man.  Reminds me of my Panda.  Great piece of bmx history!

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#3 2015-04-24 3:05am

GermanGuy
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From: Germany
Registered: 2013-06-07
Posts: 120

Re: 1982 Peugeot CPX-100

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#4 2015-04-28 8:53pm

pandaol
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From: France
Registered: 2012-05-11
Posts: 13
Bikes: 9

Re: 1982 Peugeot CPX-100

Thanks for the Advertising , German Man smile


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