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1989 Cycle Craft Junior

#1 2009-06-04 3:39pm

BuddhaTat2
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1989 Cycle Craft Junior

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1989 Cycle Craft Junior

Rare Cyclecraft Combo!!!

1989 Cyclecraft Aluminum Frame with Rare Titanium Cyclecraft Forks. Serial #12 Parts are sick on this bike. Mathauser Hydraulic Brakes, Cooks 181mm Cranks, Campagnalo C Record (Sheriff Star) Hubs laced with Hoshi Flat Bladed spokes. Mid 80's Powerlite EX Bars.
Outside rear drive dropout has "100lbs" stamped into it and on the inside is 12. So far only 2 have surfaced and only 1 with the correct forks to go with the frame.


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#2 2009-06-04 4:57pm

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

That's the biggest brake lever I've ever seen. yikes Are the hydraulics just in there, or is there something on the caliper too? Just wondering, never seen them before.

Cool looking bike!


I really like bikes!!!
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#3 2009-06-06 5:46am

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

The best crank, and the best hubs...cool

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#4 2009-06-09 8:13pm

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

Yeah I love this thing.... Hopefully I can keep her together in this economy.


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#5 2009-07-11 8:47am

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

pls don't part her.  this bike is badass and hosts a whole lot of rare goodies from the F/F to cranks, hubs, frame pads, etc.

one of the neatest bikes here.

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#6 2009-07-21 6:03am

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

Excellent CL score!

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#7 2009-11-14 9:25pm

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

are we just going to pretend that lever isn't there? what the story?


ya'll wanna see a dead body?

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#8 2009-11-15 7:12am

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

Mathauser Hydraulic Brakes... The piston is inside the lever, thus making it so bulky... Cool friggin brakes and stop on a dime, make the rim flex if squeezed to hard~


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#9 2009-12-25 4:59pm

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

brake levers the heaviest part


ya'll wanna see a dead body?

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#10 2010-02-20 5:09pm

badbmxbobO
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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

looked over all the pages of bikes last xmas.This was my fav. of all the race bikes.cool

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#11 2010-03-08 6:36am

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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

You will not believe this but I built this bike for my brother when we owned a bike shop in Kansas City in 1989 or so and he was like 12 years old.  My brother let it go for $100 at a garage sale. The spokes alone are worth that.  This is a crazy bike and the hydraulic brakes are amazing.  Any questions let me know.  Like the drilled out parts? What do you think this thing is worth?

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#12 2010-04-29 4:23am

dubplatestyle
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Re: 1989 Cycle Craft Junior

BuddhaTat2 wrote:

Yeah I love this thing.... Hopefully I can keep her together in this economy.

i hope you can keep this "badass" too!it's pretty awesome!!!

.......and if you need to sell,don't hesitate to hit me up.it definitely deserves to stay complete!!!

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