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1986 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

#1 2016-04-11 10:47am

stuntmanmike
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1986 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

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1986 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

A newer version of the bike that started it all..

I feel lucky to have it given the prices now... I Restored this bike years ago. It really is a piece of American History now. My brother had a new polished one back in 82' & I always loved it. I bought the frame almost 20yrs ago restored it about 6 years ago. I didn't keep it completely period but I also didn't cut any corners on parts. It's mostly correct & super light. The only newer parts I used was a Chris King headset & Profile Retro Cranks w/ an Elite sprocket.
Enjoy!


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Breaking Hearts & hymens from here to Halifax.
Rare new & old school stuff & Rare DH mountain bikes.

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#2 2016-04-11 3:00pm

rebel959
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Re: 1986 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

:)


"The Best That Never Was."

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