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1996 Schauff Flatland

#1 2007-02-13 4:39pm

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1996 Schauff Flatland

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1996 Schauff Flatland

Prototype

full chromo flatland bike

full chrmo flatland bike, one-off prototype for 1996 Worlds in Cologne, Germany
main tube ist 60mm diameter (2.5") tube


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#2 2007-03-06 10:56pm

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

Talk about odd lookin', and yet... really cool at the same friggin' time? LOL


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#3 2008-12-15 2:38pm

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

would be a good concept for a flatland bike


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#4 2011-01-31 5:46pm

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

Wild ride, pretty cool...:cool:


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#5 2012-07-28 4:45am

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

Very interesting... Got another pic of it in a different angle ?


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#6 2012-07-28 4:56am

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

Ops & btw, I just notice something strange... it uses v-brake in front !! just how did they get it to work ? :(


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#7 2014-10-13 5:24pm

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

That kicks ass!

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#8 2014-12-19 5:58pm

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

I kinda like it.


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#9 2015-05-21 7:51am

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

Hot Shot wrote:

Ops & btw, I just notice something strange... it uses v-brake in front !! just how did they get it to work ? :(

Looks more like a center-pull / cantilever brake?


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#10 2015-08-10 11:46am

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

Bike was ahead of it s time


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#11 2016-01-02 4:05pm

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

At that time, we had a lot of people over here in germany trying to make a cantilever brake work with the potts mod. They welded mounts onto the fork´s leg and used that little wheel in the middle to lead the wire. The wheel is just connected to the steertube where you normally put the axle of the caliper brake in. With this modification a cantilever works like v brake. It´s only pulled from one side.


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#12 2016-06-30 9:02pm

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

looks like an upgraded schwinn aerostar -- which i tried to make into a flatland bike once


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#13 2017-08-24 5:17am

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

It does look like a later-model Aerostar.

Dunno why Canti's were even attempted on front.  V-brakes works so much better.


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#14 2018-02-08 5:28pm

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Re: 1996 Schauff Flatland

Sometimes UGLY is actually cute or charming. Not here.
:lol:


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