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#1 2015-03-13 9:23am

rev106
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1982 Cycle Pro

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1982 Cycle Pro

40 buck budget build.

Made this from a very rusty carcass, it two months of soaking and wrenching to get the seat post out. After that did a little cutting and welding to give it a personal touch; a gusset in the head tube, and a small tube down below as well as making some rear facing dropouts. Used the og bars, welded a cross member in and had them nickle plated. The rest is used bits and left over paint from other projects. Custom layback seatpost out of two posts. Wal Mart mountain bike hoops laced into coaster brake and high flange hub. Spokes are new, the rest was used stuff. Great for wheelies, all for under 40 bucks... Stay rad!


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#2 2015-03-14 1:56am

Ja-se-est69
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Re: 1982 Cycle Pro

I like it! Embarking on a similar project at the moment using an old Huffy mountain bike frame. Will be cutting and shutting it. Won't be as flash as yours though! Happy riding mate.

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#3 2015-03-14 2:04am

Chevron Envy
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Re: 1982 Cycle Pro

These are rapidly becoming my favorite kind of builds.  Re-purposed stuff is so cool to see when it's salvaged when it would have just ended up in a dump somewhere under a future golf course.

Thanks for sharing!  Just fav'ed it!


Early '85 Haro Masters are my thing!
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Collector of Redline 401's and Sugino 400's parts, Diamond Back Turbo cranks and BB's too!

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#4 2015-03-14 8:27am

rev106
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Re: 1982 Cycle Pro

I used to have a 40 dollar rule for bike build back in the day, glad to go back to it.


A bicycle is like a toothbrush; you should have one and use it often.

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