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1985 Peugeot CPX-99

#1 2018-06-01 3:09pm

nnjrider
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1985 Peugeot CPX-99

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1985 Peugeot CPX-99

My first 20" BMX

Recently purchased. My first ever old school BMX bike and minor restoration project.  I started cleaning it but still a ways to go.  I believe it is all original except for the front tire.  Open to suggestions on how to bring out the best in this bike.  If i fix it up and ride it, I may get permission to try something more ambitious. 
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#2 2018-06-02 4:06am

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Re: 1985 Peugeot CPX-99

Very cool Vintage look! How does It ride? I'd suggest a layback to give You a little more room.


That chit will buff out

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#3 2018-06-04 5:00pm

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Re: 1985 Peugeot CPX-99

Thanks very much for the comment.  It's a great ride around the neighborhood though it is a little heavy.  This my first 20" BMX.  I'm more used to a lightweight 24" racing bike.  The layback is a great idea. Since this appears to be a survivor, does it matter if I swap out original parts or should I keep it all original?  If I change anything I will keep the original parts.

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