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#1 2008-09-26 8:00am

BMXmadDave
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1983 SE Racing Quadangle

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1983 SE Racing Quadangle

<strong>My second 'old school' build, back in '88 </strong>

Has been in storage ever since.
1983 Reynolds Quadangle frame, unstamped Landing Gear forks.
Skyway Tuffwheels-freehub, with OEM reflectors, Swallow Moto-Cross tyres, Odyssey faucet valve caps.
Takagi Tourney AD cranks, Shimano DX pedals, Izumi Chain.
Elina seat, Shimano DX pole, DC seat clamp.
Oakley F1 grips, Tuffneck gold anno unstamped stem (update), Nagaki alloy bars, polished Hatta Headset (update).
Shimano Tourney brake calipers, DC Tech 2 brake levers, Skyway Tuff pads, DC brake cables/housings.
OEM Quad frame pad, misc bar and stem pads.


July 4th, 2015: Rest in peace Scot " The OM" Breithaupt, the legend...



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#2 2008-09-29 5:52am

shivadread
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From: New Jersey
Registered: 2006-07-13
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Re: 1983 SE Racing Quadangle

Stunning build don't see many red ones


RIDE IT LIKE YOU STOLE IT

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#3 2009-07-13 9:27am

daleyRANGER
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From: Originally O.C now UK
Registered: 2009-01-05
Posts: 422
Bikes: 21

Re: 1983 SE Racing Quadangle

Sweeeeettt:D  again!!!


...they say "in life, its best to keep your feet firmly on the ground"...
        ...how the hell can you do that while having fun!!!...

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#4 2009-07-15 8:03pm

cnc6306
Oakley goggles man
From: Manchester, CN
Registered: 2009-01-25
Posts: 3795
Bikes: 2

Re: 1983 SE Racing Quadangle

VERY NICE , LOVE THE ALL RED , I DID MY REDLINE IN ALL RED


TOPHER

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#5 2009-11-30 8:18am

travis 288
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Registered: 2009-11-21
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Re: 1983 SE Racing Quadangle

Dave you have a great bike.  I did powdercoat the Quad in Oct 2009.  I let my oldest son ride the bike for a couple of years after it had sat in kthe attic since 87.  It was hard to let my son start riding it.  The bike was gold wtih blue still have all of the parts.  Just bought some black tuff II for the Quad.  I found the stickers on a web site in England.  Talked to a guy in England and he sold his Quad for 1,400 to a quy in Thailand.

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#6 2010-10-24 11:24pm

SE U SEE
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From: Nor-Cal
Registered: 2009-06-04
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Re: 1983 SE Racing Quadangle

KILLER!!!!! COLORS ARE SICK!!! THE ALLOY ANO BARS ARE AWESOME & THE TECH II LEVERS!!! ALSO THE POST CLAMP!!! I DON'T REALLY LIKE THE LOOK OF THE BACKWARDS CLAMP ON THESE YRS BUT YOUR CHOICE FIXED THAT!!!!!!!! FANTASTIC IDEA!!!!!!


1st  bmx= used 77' Ashtabula...sold to buy "HAULER"
2nd bmx= new  85' SE RACING Toby Henderson "HAULER"...stolen
3rd  bmx= new  85' SE RACING "PK RIPPER"...sold when turned 16

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#7 2011-06-10 11:53pm

FriendlyOne
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From: Inland Empire, CA
Registered: 2011-02-24
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Re: 1983 SE Racing Quadangle

Nice bike. I love the way the colors are. The red with yellow and gold accents even the red mags with the red tires and the separation between with the skinwall looks sweet.


"A flock of geese fly 71% further than one flying alone..."

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#8 2015-10-22 10:48pm

BMXmadDave
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From: Australia
Registered: 2008-06-11
Posts: 446
Bikes: 53

Re: 1983 SE Racing Quadangle

Bob Sepping: 1943 – 14th October, 2015. To the legend behind Universe Cycles, Parramatta: I thank you for your patience for all the bicycle questions I asked you in the 30 odd years knowing you, and for the stories you shared with me from your past. Take care and rest in peace.. P.S around 1/2 of my collection passed through your stores, mate.


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