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2015 Melton's Cycle OG

#1 2015-05-19 5:44pm

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2015 Melton's Cycle OG

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2015 Melton's Cycle OG

<b>Melton's "OG" #002. I call it "The Bomber"</b>

Melton's Cycles New-School throwback to the bikes of old, built by David Harrison at Pedal Driven Cycles.  This frame is serial number 002 and is technically the first production frame of the limited run, since Lenny is riding around the prototype with serial number 001.  When he brought the prototype out to one of our NC group rides, I had to hop on and check it out. I knew I liked it right away and had to have one. It rode like my favorite Soundwave frames, but had a shorter rear-end like a Broadcaster.  I had the desire for a while to build a bike based on a raw frame because I liked the look. I also wanted to try out some of the new Odyssey parts that were out on the market, like the Aitken 2.45 tire and the Fang sprocket. So, I figured this would be a good frame to do what I wanted with both objectives.  Melton's got the raw frames in from PDC, then Lenny painted this one and #003 with a base clear-coat to show off the nice colors and Dave's welds.  I love this thing! It's my new favorite rider.  Thanks to Melton's as always for the frame and all the parts.  Thanks for stopping by and checking her out. More pics in the comments section.

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#2 2015-05-19 5:51pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycle OG

More pics.

UPDATE: 5/28.2019 - moved pics from "Photosuckit" to the museum...

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Last edited by RadicalNick (2019-05-28 1:37pm)


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#3 2015-05-19 6:45pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycle OG

First comment AND favorite.











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#4 2015-05-19 7:04pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycle OG

cool

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#5 2015-05-19 7:12pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycle OG

cool


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#6 2015-05-20 9:30am

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycle OG

All I can say is WOW!!!!!

coolcoolcoolcoolcool


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#7 2015-05-22 7:46am

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycle OG

*drools*
I love the gusset.
I need this.
I want one.
Make more.


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#8 2015-08-04 6:37pm

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Re: 2015 Melton's Cycle OG

A future classic! 

Looks great! 

I dig those 2.45's!


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#9 2019-05-28 1:37pm

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Craig Stecyk - Skateboarder Magazine - 1975

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