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2003 Sick Child Badda Bling

#1 2019-04-11 5:02pm

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2003 Sick Child Badda Bling

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2003 Sick Child Badda Bling

Bought & Built from Flatland Legends

Bought this off of Ed when he decided to re-engineer his frame design. Connected with FANO at TipPlus who hooked up all the parts list still needed after getting the whole Bizhouse line available at the time from Shawn White at BizHouse Bikes. One of the most solid bike I've ever built with the help of the legends listed above. Proud to have been a part of BizHouse for close to a decade and building this bike was a tribute to all the hard work Ed and Shawn put into their rider owned companies.

Bars - BizHouseBar Ends - Bizhouse Star (first batch set) Stem - BizHouseGrips - Bizhouse Gym GripsLever - Odyssey ModuleverBrakes - Dia Compe 990sFrame - Sick Child Bada BlingForks - WethePeopleCranks - BizhouseBottom Bracket - BizHouse Chain Ring - BizHouse Bottle OpenerPedals - PrimoSeat - PrimoSeat Post - ThompsonSeat Post Clamp - Bizhouse,Front Hub - Primo Stock HubBack Hub - Nankai Freecoaster Left Hand DriveRims - Sun Rims Rhyno LitePegs - T1Tires - Primo Comets
Mad props to Shawn White for all his design work to up the game in flatland and Ed for stepping out on a limb to build a frame that not only he likes but in my mind was one of the best designs for flatland in that era.

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#2 2019-04-11 6:08pm

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Re: 2003 Sick Child Badda Bling

Sick!!! No pun intended lol


For all the Homies that never got a chance to hook up their ride ....

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#3 2019-04-11 7:46pm

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Re: 2003 Sick Child Badda Bling

Thank you! It’s my holy grail. This is the one that will not leave my grasp. ????????

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#4 2019-04-23 3:52pm

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Re: 2003 Sick Child Badda Bling

Nice set-up & post! I rode 2 Sick Childs in a row & bought directly from Ed. From 2003- 20010 or so. Still rocking the Bizhouse stem too! My homies for sure. You here in Cali? I'm putting up my SC frame from 08 soon: it's cracked on the DT, but more as a trophy for history than a rideable. All the best- Chris

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#5 2019-04-24 7:57pm

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Re: 2003 Sick Child Badda Bling

What’s up Chris! I think we have met back in the Long Beach days. Stoked you still have your SC. I’m in the Central Coat of Cali. Just started getting all my bikes back in order after letting them sit in storage for way too long. I haven’t heard from Ed in a long time but still talk to Shawn from BizHouse on the regular. It was all a big part of my life for years and Shawn and I did some great things with the videos and central Cali scene but as I got older started to get out of it. So glad I heals on to all of this though!

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#6 2019-06-17 8:29pm

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Re: 2003 Sick Child Badda Bling

Sweet build! If you get a chance add it to the Sick Child thread we have going. Peace!
https://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=779939


"If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything"

Mid school started the day Mat Hoffman asked "Can someone build me a frame that won't break after a week?" and it ended when you guys started saying, "That's my brothers old bike, it's too heavy and makes my arms hurt."

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