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Hard as nails uk made freestyle weapon
Here’s a zima build Ive recently finished…this is a special one with original paint and one off cartoon zima decals still intact…the frame and fork originally belonged to British rider Doug Cain (stamped with Doug’s initials on the seat stay bridge) like all custom ordered zimas we’re..Built up as an all round freestyle ramp bike using a bunch of early 90s survivor parts and a nod towards the golden mid era of strength over everything.
massive thank you to the zima guru Ed Chester for the opportunity to own such a rad piece of British history..
Frame…zima fixed post Fork…zima long legStem…GT mallet (sr stamp) Headset…odyssey/Vg headlockBars…haro kneesaverGrips…GTLevers…tech 77 Japan stampFront brake…shimano cantiRear brake…shimano u brake/vans padsSeat…san Marco rollsCranks…GT profile 175mmSprocket…GT elitePedals…shimano dxWheels…peregrine super proTyres…GT freestyle 2.1Pegs…unknown.
Re: 1993 Zima
British freestyle in the house!! Not my era but that's a cool bike and build!
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 and pads - UGP, Knucklebone, Lizard Skins, Pryme and the like, me like!!