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1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

#1 2008-05-25 1:06pm

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1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

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1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

A true mid school beauty!

Here we have an early ‘90s Badd and Company 24 in. cruiser with Robinson forks. The frame (serial no. BCSC2324) I believe to be from 1990/1991 based on other Badd’s I’ve seen. Parts include: mid school Boss bars, AME Duel grips, TNT inverted stem, Tioga headset w/PMC headset lock, Odyssey Pitbull brakes (NOS), RNC cranks w/ti spindle, new Crupi pro pedals w/ti spindles, Tree 39T chainwheel, Industry chain, 16T ACS freewheel, Redline chain tensioners, Sun Rhyno Lite rims with Sun flip flop hubs, XL Revcore seat post, DK seat post clamp, and Kashimax Aero seat. Super clean, super smooth.


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#2 2008-06-08 10:03am

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Re: 1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

I can't believe no one has commented on this yet! This bike is beautiful! Looks great. :)

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#3 2008-06-08 7:26pm

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Re: 1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

HAROBMX1 wrote:

I can't believe no one has commented on this yet! This bike is beautiful! Looks great. :)

Appreciate it.  I'm pretty happy with how it turned out.  A bunch of other bikes were added to the museum around the same time, which I think is why it didn't get much attention.  Between the frame and cranks, it's fairly unique.

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#4 2008-12-09 12:26am

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Re: 1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

I am working on building my 24" Badd and co. . Will post soon. Yours looks great.

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#5 2008-12-09 10:22pm

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Re: 1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

its-all-good wrote:

I am working on building my 24" Badd and co. . Will post soon. Yours looks great.

Thanks.  Send me a PM when you get yours up.  I'd like to check it out.

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#6 2009-06-07 8:37am

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Re: 1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

HAROBMX1 wrote:

I can't believe no one has commented on this yet! This bike is beautiful! Looks great. :)

Probably due to a lot of people not knowing what Badd & Co. is...
Great looking bike though!


Dig out your bashguard bikes and let me know! I'm looking for a '91 Mongoose Hooligan, Dyno Slammer 2, '95 Haro Basher, . I'll consider the others too for the right price!

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#7 2018-05-07 10:11pm

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Re: 1991 Badd & Company Stretch 24

I am also getting my Badd 24 going. . . stay tuned.


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