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1997 Hoffman Flash

#1 2015-01-08 3:38am

Steviej40
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1997 Hoffman Flash

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1997 Hoffman Flash

80s-Race-inspired Hoffman Flash RELUCTANTLY SOLD

I'll admit, I've never really been into BMX race bikes but, hey, it's a Hoffman race bike! - so this Flash was a dead cert pick-up when it was made available by a great member on OzBMX here in Australia.

As an 80s old-school BMX-kid who discovered mid-school - and Mat Hoffman - as an adult, I really wanted to do something a little different with it, so I went ... well ... a bit '80s' on it ... just a little bit ...
Not one for the mid-school purists but I really like it. Thanks for looking.
Parts list:
FRAME/FORKS: Hoffman Flash 1997 in pearlescent white / Hoffman SuperFork
BARS: Hoffman Jumping Bars
BRAKE/LEVER: Paul V-brake
STEM: Hoffman Super Stem
HEADSET: VP (came with the F/F/B set)
GRIPS: Jive Tentacles
CRANK: Generic OPC (Black)
SPIDER/SPROCKET: NOS Sugino Black Spider/Gold Sugino 40t Chainring
SEATPOST: HB Chromoly Seatpost
SEAT: Odyssey Pro
WHEELS: Gold Araya-style laced to Suzue low-flange hubs
TYRES: Duro Snakebellies
PEDALS: Peregrine Mid-school Platform pedals


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#2 2016-10-14 5:25pm

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Re: 1997 Hoffman Flash

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