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#1 2019-05-28 8:58pm

TED SHRED
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From: Lititz, Pa
Registered: 2018-04-06
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1983 Torker 280X

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1983 Torker 280X

The only bike I raced with.

My love for Torker started when a friend found a almost completely buried frameset.
He was a skater, so I purchased the frameset for 20 bucks. Chrome was rough so the frameset received a white paint job.

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#2 2019-05-29 12:28pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 1983 Torker 280X

Nice looking bike. What's the story on this one?


44t BMX Club - NC Chapter

"Two hundred years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential. But it was the the minds of 11 year olds that could see that potential."
Craig Stecyk - Skateboarder Magazine - 1975

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#3 2019-06-02 7:41am

TED SHRED
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From: Lititz, Pa
Registered: 2018-04-06
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Re: 1983 Torker 280X

Thanks, Its a tad different now. I cant find the picts. Removed front brake diff bars and etc. Perhaps its was your sat one time? As far as I know it was traded to a music shop in TX for a guitar. The owner sold it to me.

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