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1986 Zeronine Pro XL

#1 2021-04-04 8:11am

Leereynolds
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1986 Zeronine Pro XL

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1986 Zeronine Pro XL

This was a lucky find. I was talking with a collector who had gotten out of the scene some time earlier. We were discussing a set of Cyclepro Greg Hill tyres for my GHP when he mentioned about a Zeronine F&F he had. Obviously I bought it straight away lol.The hardest part to find were the Zeronine Worx Bars but as luck wood have it a friend of mine knew someone who had a set hanging in his shed. Apparently he had them since 1987 but couldn't find a Zeronine frame to match them to. The Michelin tyres were also very difficult to find as they were Michelin's first attempt at making BMX tyres and were only available for a couple of years. I finally found the tyres from two different sources so I was very lucky.The Redline 401 cranks and Techmatic BB came off my 1988 GT Pro Series and the Revcore gooseneck I was given as a thank you for picking up a bike here in Perth and posting it to a guy over east.PARTS LIST:FRAME: 1986 Zeronine Pro XLFORK: 1986 ZeronineHEADSET: Tange MX303GOOSENECK: Revcore Pro HANDLEBARS: Zeronine GRIPS: Oakley F1LEVER: DC Tech 3CALIPER: Dia Compe MX1000BOTTOM BRACKET: TechmaticCRANK ARMS: Redline 401 Flight 180mmSPIDER/DISK/WHEEL: Redline Bubblefont 45tCHAINRING: N/ACHAINRING BOLTS: N/APEDALS: HutchSEAT CLAMP: DK single boltSEAT POST: RevcoreSEAT: Kashimax AeroHUBS: Phil Wood gen 2RIMS: Araya 7x 20 x 1.75TYRES: Michelin 20 x 1.75PADSET: Zeronine Soft LandingPLATE: Zeronine Moto Control
This is probably the most extravagant build of mine to date

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#2 2021-04-06 4:42am

Lefred
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Cool build. cool


Sorry for my approximate language.

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#3 2021-04-06 9:34am

ChrisHunt
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Noice !


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#4 2021-04-06 3:57pm

skdevore
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Top Notch!!!

Simply stunning.  Amazing that you tracked down those bars and tires. cool


There's no help for this Museum Junkie!

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#5 2021-04-06 5:29pm

Riderronnie
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Love this!

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#6 2021-04-06 5:30pm

affordablepmc
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Beautiful!
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Looking for: Peregrine FSX-111 silver caliper, CW Fork with welded pegs. Peregrine Pro Fork, Peregrine crank set, Rear Peregrine Master white, Rear lavender Peregrine Master mag. Rear Peregrine HP48 mint to nos,Rear Pro Class IV white, 87 88 Skyway Street Beat, 401 175 single pinch "drive side".

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