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#1 2018-04-12 5:05pm

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London bikes.

I know there popular for the bars but they make more then that. Let's see your London bikes stuff. Hope to see some London goodies

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#2 2018-04-12 5:13pm

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I had a London drain pipe pivotal.


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#3 2018-04-12 5:16pm

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Re: London bikes.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/138491/03ce4a8a-5747-44ed-b3dc-cf02d82620d85acff6d32f.jpeg


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#4 2018-04-12 5:22pm

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Nice!


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#5 2018-04-13 4:56am

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Re: London bikes.

Now why didn't I think of starting this thread, I have a ton of London stuff... Unfortunately some of my collection was lost to the fires here in Santa Rosa, Ca last October.



This was one of the first London frames made for James White, a simple double diamond frame called the "Simple" London Embankment pegs out back, Griptape pegs up front.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/22850/59fc31fd-3e2f-4102-8fd2-fdb85aa337645ad09bd26e.jpeg

This frame belonged to Aaron Frost and was originally black, it did not have a platform or brake mounts when I got it. When Tex Thayer was closing shop I bought a lot of prototype stuff that never made it to the public. I was lucky to get 2 sets of pre bent platform tubing and a set of pre angled brake mounts.

When I received the frame I sent it to Quamen to have the platform and brake mounts added, they did a killer job! I sent them actual measurements on where the platform and mounts should be from one of my other Londons, it was then powder coated in this killer blood red. London Griptape pegs, Stanton Drew sprocket.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/22850/0e433f31-c0e6-413f-ac48-daef9616da5a5ad09ad1ed.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/22850/14e501fe-c59f-4e8a-8fc3-283fd954bd935ad09ae0a2.jpeg

Jeff Desroche build, it now has white London "Antenna" bars with 1" grip tubes that Jeff rode... London Stanton Drew sprocket.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/22850/18ee6c40-05dc-413a-aac7-0de4512950e85ad10957d1.jpeg

I got this frame from Will Reed, it now has Suelo brakes front and back... London Griptape pegs out back, London Embankment pegs up front.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/22850/09758d25-90f4-41e4-89e5-1c08e43645b05ad1094871.jpeg

E-Clips build, this frame and some parts are what Chase rode in E-Clips... London Griptape pegs, London Titanium seat post.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/22850/1f7d6a21-5755-4028-85b3-17c783730adf5ad1096576.jpeg

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#6 2018-04-13 5:04am

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Re: London bikes.

SIN wrote:

Now why didn't I think of starting this thread, I have a ton of London stuff... Unfortunately some of my collection was lost to the fires here in Santa Rosa, Ca last October.




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Damn sorry to hear about that!  Cool stuff, that red frame is sick!


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#7 2018-04-13 8:47am

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Sweet build Sin! Love it.


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#8 2018-04-13 10:22am

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Re: London bikes.

Ya red bike rocks


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#9 2018-04-13 10:32am

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Re: London bikes.

Obviously Nate is now the owner of the London 87 Frame I previously owned.  Here's a picture of the last time it was built under my ownership.  Nate is going a totally different direction with it which I'm stoked about.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/138491/londonn588f8f4c81_lg5ad0e9b590.jpg


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#10 2018-04-19 8:25am

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Re: London bikes.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/31744/20180417_1854055ad8b4dbac.jpg


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#11 2018-04-19 8:29am

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coolcool


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#12 2018-04-19 8:57am

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Re: London bikes.

HELL FOOKING YES!!!...about time!http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/77641/1174833_515194915222332_1704070889_n5ad8bb9455.jpg
...I'll throw mine in the mix...these were Red's personal bars on that frame!!!..I pméd him about them when I seen a pic and was asked if I wanted to but them...Huh...HELL YA I do!!
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/77641/10346300_649619191779903_7099910664760875478_n5ad8bbfac7.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/77641/ozone-0705ad8bc1c69.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/77641/ozone2.0-0065ad8bc542a.jpg
.......BEST BARS EVER!!!!!


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#13 2018-04-19 9:07am

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Re: London bikes.

flatland1974 wrote:

HELL FOOKING YES!!!...about time!http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bb9455.jpg
...I'll throw mine in the mix...these were Red's personal bars on that frame!!!..I pméd him about them when I seen a pic and was asked if I wanted to but them...Huh...HELL YA I do!!
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bbfac7.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bc1c69.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bc542a.jpg
.......BEST BARS EVER!!!!!

Good stuff Bob, those bars look dope on your Ozone!


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#14 2018-04-19 9:22am

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Re: London bikes.

jriedmiller wrote:

flatland1974 wrote:

HELL FOOKING YES!!!...about time!http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bb9455.jpg
...I'll throw mine in the mix...these were Will's personal bars on that frame!!!..I pméd him about them when I seen a pic and was asked if I wanted to but them...Huh...HELL YA I do!!
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bbfac7.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bc1c69.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bc542a.jpg
.......BEST BARS EVER!!!!!

Good stuff Bob, those bars look dope on your Ozone!

Thanks brotha..I wouldn't change a thing on them!...The first pic of Will's rig and the others is fooking great...the bars in the back ground a lot have a Graveyard "Jesse" bar feel to them...This is looking to be a really cool thread!!...just hope a certain somebody doesn't come and shit all over the party!lol


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#15 2018-04-19 9:28am

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Re: London bikes.

flatland1974 wrote:

jriedmiller wrote:

flatland1974 wrote:

HELL FOOKING YES!!!...about time!http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bb9455.jpg
...I'll throw mine in the mix...these were Will's personal bars on that frame!!!..I pméd him about them when I seen a pic and was asked if I wanted to but them...Huh...HELL YA I do!!
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bbfac7.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bc1c69.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bc542a.jpg
.......BEST BARS EVER!!!!!

Good stuff Bob, those bars look dope on your Ozone!

Thanks brotha..I wouldn't change a thing on them!...The first pic of Will's rig and the others is fooking great...the bars in the back ground a lot have a Graveyard "Jesse" bar feel to them...This is looking to be a really cool thread!!...just hope a certain somebody doesn't come and shit all over the party!lol

Agreed, we better keep Brian outta here! lollollol


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#16 2018-04-19 9:41am

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Re: London bikes.

SIN wrote:

Now why didn't I think of starting this thread, I have a ton of London stuff... Unfortunately some of my collection was lost to the fires here in Santa Rosa, Ca last October.



This was one of the first London frames made for James White, a simple double diamond frame called the "Simple"

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bd26e.jpeg

This frame belonged to Aaron Frost and was black when i got it, it did not have a platform or brake mounts when I got it. When Tex Thayer was closing shop I bought a lot of prototype stuff that never made it to the public. I was lucky to get 2 sets of pre bent platform tubing and a set of pre angled brake mounts.

When I received the frame I sent it to Quamen to have the platform and brake mounts added, they did a killer job! I sent them actual measurements on where the platform and mounts should be from one of my other Londons, it was then powder coated in the killer blood red.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … ad1ed.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … ae0a2.jpeg

Jeff Desroche build, it now has white London "Antenna" bars with 1" grip tubes that Jeff rode...

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 957d1.jpeg

I got this frame from Will Reed, it now has Suelo brakes front and back...

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 94871.jpeg

E-Clips build, this frame and some parts are what Chase rode in E-Clips...

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 96576.jpeg

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#17 2018-04-19 9:50am

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Re: London bikes.

jriedmiller wrote:

flatland1974 wrote:

jriedmiller wrote:


Good stuff Bob, those bars look dope on your Ozone!

Thanks brotha..I wouldn't change a thing on them!...The first pic of Will's rig and the others is fooking great...the bars in the back ground a lot have a Graveyard "Jesse" bar feel to them...This is looking to be a really cool thread!!...just hope a certain somebody doesn't come and shit all over the party!lol

Agreed, we better keep Brian outta here! lollollol

lollol....Holy shit that was funny!..was just going to say Brian should be chiming in soon ..but I think he's getting ready for "the Bachelorete" try outs!!he has the "Peregrine" London set.


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#18 2018-04-19 10:04am

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Re: London bikes.

flatland1974 wrote:

jriedmiller wrote:

flatland1974 wrote:


Thanks brotha..I wouldn't change a thing on them!...The first pic of Will's rig and the others is fooking great...the bars in the back ground a lot have a Graveyard "Jesse" bar feel to them...This is looking to be a really cool thread!!...just hope a certain somebody doesn't come and shit all over the party!lol

Agreed, we better keep Brian outta here! lollollol

lollol....Holy shit that was funny!..was just going to say Brian should be chiming in soon ..but I think he's getting ready for "the Bachelorete" try outs!!he has the "Peregrine" London set.

Lol!  He's apparently paying someone to stick ink stained needles into his skin today.  Or is that really his cover for the Bachelorette tryouts??  lollol


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#19 2018-04-19 10:06am

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Re: London bikes.

Sorry, back on topic.

Here's Brian's Sinus with the London/Q bars since he's not here to defend himself.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/138491/wtpsinusv.45ad88d3ee05ad8cc855c.jpeg

I'll have to see if I took a pic of my 87 with the London bars Nate and I traded back and forth...


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#20 2018-04-20 1:06pm

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Re: London bikes.

jriedmiller wrote:

Sorry, back on topic.

Here's Brian's Sinus with the London/Q bars since he's not here to defend himself.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … c855c.jpeg

I'll have to see if I took a pic of my 87 with the London bars Nate and I traded back and forth...

If I ever guessed i was gonna end up with your 87 I'd have kept them. Forgot who i sold them too hmm


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#21 2018-04-20 9:28pm

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Re: London bikes.

flatland1974 wrote:

HELL FOOKING YES!!!...about time!http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bb9455.jpg
...I'll throw mine in the mix...these were Red's personal bars on that frame!!!..I pméd him about them when I seen a pic and was asked if I wanted to but them...Huh...HELL YA I do!!
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bbfac7.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bc1c69.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bc542a.jpg
.......BEST BARS EVER!!!!!

DAMN! Those are FRESH!!


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#22 2018-04-21 9:46pm

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Re: London bikes.

INTERESTING

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#23 2018-04-21 9:47pm

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Re: London bikes.

SIN wrote:

Now why didn't I think of starting this thread, I have a ton of London stuff... Unfortunately some of my collection was lost to the fires here in Santa Rosa, Ca last October.



This was one of the first London frames made for James White, a simple double diamond frame called the "Simple"

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … bd26e.jpeg

This frame belonged to Aaron Frost and was black when i got it, it did not have a platform or brake mounts when I got it. When Tex Thayer was closing shop I bought a lot of prototype stuff that never made it to the public. I was lucky to get 2 sets of pre bent platform tubing and a set of pre angled brake mounts.

When I received the frame I sent it to Quamen to have the platform and brake mounts added, they did a killer job! I sent them actual measurements on where the platform and mounts should be from one of my other Londons, it was then powder coated in the killer blood red.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … ad1ed.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … ae0a2.jpeg

Jeff Desroche build, it now has white London "Antenna" bars with 1" grip tubes that Jeff rode...

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 957d1.jpeg

I got this frame from Will Reed, it now has Suelo brakes front and back...

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 94871.jpeg

E-Clips build, this frame and some parts are what Chase rode in E-Clips...

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 96576.jpeg

If you decide to sell one of those frames..... Please message me!!!!!!  Respectfully   Matt Jones

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#24 2018-05-25 7:57am

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Re: London bikes.

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#25 2018-05-25 8:09am

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Re: London bikes.

Damn SIN! You got the goods. cool


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