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2015 S&M Credence C.C.R.

#1 2020-10-19 2:34pm

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2015 S&M Credence C.C.R.

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2015 S&M Credence C.C.R.

The last build for me, coming full circle.

For several reasons, this is going to be the last bmx bike I build for me. Most of the major parts were purchased from members here at the Museum and they are listed below. 
As the build started coming together and I acquired the wheels, I noticed the bike colors resembled my first bmx bike. That bike was a Huffy Pro Thunder that arrived Christmas morning in 1981 or 82. I loved that bike and destroyed it jumping everything I could. 
Because that was my first bike, I came to the realization that my last bmx build should resemble it.
The Credence Amber bars aren't anodized gold and do not match the wheels. I realize that...but they were as close as I could get to the needed gold color using S&M parts-lol. I used the S&M Race stem because of the two piece top caps (which was what the Huffy had). The bike came together perfectly-I am content.
The black gloss vinyl decals for the frame and forks were printed by a friend of mine. I painted the decal backgrounds.  My 16 year old son took the awesome photographs.
Frame:       S&M Credence (agedwvbmxrider)
Forks:        S&M Race (brettweir89)
Bars:          S&M Credence XL
Stem:         S&M Race (brettweir89)
Grips:         S&M Randy Brown
Bar Ends:    Fat Rat (matt thomas)
Headset:     Revenge Industries (brettweir89)
Seatpost:    S&M Railed
Seat:          S&M Railed (ssdjoey)
Cranks:       Profile 180 (beast44k)
BBracket:    Profile Mid
Sprocket:    S&M Tuff Man 26t
Chain:         Shadow Conspiracy Interlock V2
Pedals:        S&M 101
Brakes:       Odyssey Evo 2.5
Lever:         Odyssey Monolever Medium
Cable:         Odyssey Linear Slic
Wheels:       Profile hubs on Sun Envy Rims (ssdjoey)
Tires:           Maxxis Grifter 1.85's


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#2 2020-10-19 3:36pm

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Re: 2015 S&M Credence C.C.R.

Saw this in the completed bikes thread for the Calendar Build-off, so came over for a closer look! A great-looking bike and love the photos too! cool


Check out my 1983 VDC-built Trident, 1983 Kuwi Laserlite, 2010 GT Ultrabox 2, 2011 Crupi race rig and prototype Quamen, plus the all things Crupi & old school scene in Japan threads. Always interested in buying used, mid-school race plates.

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#3 2020-10-19 5:20pm

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Re: 2015 S&M Credence C.C.R.

Thank you for the compliments.  I’m extremely happy with the bike and the photos. 

My son has a great eye for photography.  He took all of the pictures on his own.  I just asked him to make sure the pedals were level-lol  He took care of the rest.

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#4 2020-10-25 8:01pm

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Re: 2015 S&M Credence C.C.R.

Very cool..big_smile

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