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#26 2016-01-18 9:19am

BRICKOS2
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Re: Made In ITALY

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/185426/1569d1e2db9.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/185426/2569d1e3ee1.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/185426/3569d1e4c17.jpg

175mm cranks - still looking for a compatible BB.

Record hubs BMX spacing - spin like butter.

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#27 2016-01-18 11:19am

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Re: Made In ITALY

What's the Chrome and blue bike?


MCS Wing Cruiser Bars. Odyssey T20 & T24 Renegade tires.Phase II pro xl or Cruiser, Gold DC tech 4, all VG to mint condition

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#28 2016-01-18 2:48pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Still making them....
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm266/skdevore1/20151202_180620_zpsrrnl0sqs.jpg


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#29 2016-01-18 3:29pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Real deal from the 80's.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/60004/image569d74acac.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/60004/image569d7509d4.jpg


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#30 2016-01-18 5:31pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

The CMX (more holes) are still available too smile

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#31 2016-01-18 5:40pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

WoW some cool stuff guys


Works on cars

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#32 2016-01-18 8:03pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

The Unicanitor Seat had 3 holes and are now reproduced in Blue, Red, White & Black while the Unicanitor CMX seat (pictured above) is now reproduced in Blue, Yellow and Black. That red one pictured is a super rare OG one indeed - I have asked Cinelli to reproduce the CMX in red too. Best way to identify the new reproduction ones vs. the originals is that the originals have chrome seat rails whilst the new ones are black. Good on Cinelli for reproducing the Unicanitor and CMX range again as they are great seats.

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#33 2016-01-18 8:05pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Great info.

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#34 2016-01-18 8:21pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Just got these.

http://i1278.photobucket.com/albums/y509/CHAMPION-26/20160118_164755_zpseghbgv2n.jpg


Needs - Tioga Comp Pool Tires
Tioga Comp Ramp Tires
Early Redline PL - 24 Forks
88 Skyway T/A 280 Forks
GT Coaster Brake Hub
24" Irc Racer - X Tire -  In Black
Nos Clear GT Grips

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#35 2016-01-31 1:08pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Here's my Italian 80's BMX in the shop for its first service in 25 years!
http://i914.photobucket.com/albums/ac350/pantheman10/My%20old%20BMX/20160128_152825_zpsolq3gc6e.jpg
I thought its a nice ride to chase around my 3,5 year old son who has become prety damn fast on his hotrock 16".
http://i914.photobucket.com/albums/ac35 … pojmnz.jpg
Finally with its stock seat in place

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#36 2016-01-31 3:25pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

big_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smilebig_smile


- FIRST gen Homeless forks -

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#37 2016-01-31 3:50pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Nice - what make/ model is it?

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#38 2016-02-06 8:47am

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Re: Made In ITALY

Cool thread


Check out youtube ch:
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Schwinn maximizer red orphan 20x2.125

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#39 2016-02-06 2:06pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

^
DC.

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#40 2016-02-06 5:09pm

schmidtty
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Re: Made In ITALY

cinelli cmx-1, currently waiting to be reborn.

http://i1201.photobucket.com/albums/bb351/jschmidtty/DSCF1024.jpg

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#41 2016-02-06 5:31pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Nice! You got the stem, what else are you working with?


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#42 2016-02-06 5:33pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Excellent! What's the plan for the build?

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#43 2016-02-06 6:01pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

have no plan for it yet, i've had it about 7 or 8 years. its the cinelli frame/fork/stem/seatpost. currently the stem will not come out so that would be the first thing. my ultimate plan was campy hubs, which i have, campy cranks, ambrosio rims, etc. just never got around to it so far.

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#44 2016-02-08 3:26am

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Re: Made In ITALY

schmidtty wrote:

cinelli cmx-1, currently waiting to be reborn.

http://i1201.photobucket.com/albums/bb3 … CF1024.jpg

Schmidtty...would you trade? You holdin my childhood...


Wanted:
RNC brake lever, bolts and bar ends
Cinelli CMX frame

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#45 2016-03-08 3:13pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Missed it twicehttp://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/20526/img_20160308_03590856df5c5fda.jpg


Wanted:
RNC brake lever, bolts and bar ends
Cinelli CMX frame

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#46 2016-06-03 10:25pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Hi all

New to BMX (as a grown-up), I'm mainly a vintage road and track bike enthusiast but in a recent haul of bikes I got this Cinelli MX.1 (along with a sweet Redline)
I know the tires are too skinny but they're all I've got right now...I'm on the lookout for 20x1 3/8 with skinwall

http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc148/nomad1975/CMX_zps5uyeet77.jpg

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#47 2016-06-03 10:46pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

panzr wrote:

Hi all

New to BMX (as a grown-up), I'm mainly a vintage road and track bike enthusiast but in a recent haul of bikes I got this Cinelli MX.1 (along with a sweet Redline)
I know the tires are too skinny but they're all I've got right now...I'm on the lookout for 20x1 3/8 with skinwall

http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc14 … yeet77.jpg

That's awesome!
More pictures please      smile


Gnarly is when it's beyond radical, it's balls out danger, & or perfection, & or skill or all of that combined. Nobody can shred like that guy, he's gnarly.                                        \m/  ( º . º )  \m/

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#48 2016-06-03 10:47pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Skinnys look sick.

Campagnolo rear brake?

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#49 2016-06-03 10:47pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

OMAS BMX Hubs

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/17782/omas57526ba7de.jpg

Last edited by stonie (2016-06-03 10:48pm)


Gnarly is when it's beyond radical, it's balls out danger, & or perfection, & or skill or all of that combined. Nobody can shred like that guy, he's gnarly.                                        \m/  ( º . º )  \m/

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#50 2016-06-03 11:16pm

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Re: Made In ITALY

Useless tip of the day- Campy low flange "BMX" hubs are identical to the Gran Sport hubs but with solid axles. These hubs have smaller front balls than the Nuovo Record front hubs thus they're not as sought after by the roadie guys, so as long as you don't need gold or blue they can be had for a reasonable price. In other words, if your dust caps are screwed up GS covers are the same thing. Nuovo Record dust covers WILL NOT fit. If you're replacing those balls, Campy balls were grade 25- grade 10 bearings can be had on ePay for CHEAP, and grade 5 for just a bit more (the lower the number, the better the grade).

Notice this NOS box- looks like they just made a BMX stamp to differentiate the solid/track axle hub from the regular ones.
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-mNS3cbhEYXE/Uq0hD-XE5HI/AAAAAAAABZs/mt-o-YTFoVo/s1600/Campagnolo+BMX+hubs+001.jpg

And since this is a porn thread after all- Campy LF hubs on my King Sting:

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/29827/img_20160327_1226005752714bea.jpg

Note the Suntour New Winner 6 with Microlite alloy cogs and Regina spoke protector smile For the real weight weenies BITD Suntour offered these freewheels which put 6 gears on the same 120 spacing as the old 5-speed. Wheels manufacturing makes an extra wide track axle I haven't gotten around to picking up yet.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/29827/photo_20160314_17215757527241a2.jpg

Last edited by ChattyMatty (2016-06-03 11:19pm)

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