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1984 GHP Trix

#1 2012-06-07 10:15pm

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1984 GHP Trix

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1984 GHP Trix

Uber rare GHP Trix - originally restored & built by James Tobin

Parts List:
1984 GHP TrixVDC Freestyle handlebarsA'ME Unitron Grips*Tuf Neck stem
Flex fighter*Tange Seiki 125 LP headset w/headset lock*Redline 401 cranksHadley sealed BBPete's Precision Products power discSugino 43t chainringSugino chainring bolts*
Shimano DX pedals
Skyway OE mags with metal flanges (rare factory oddity)
Red/yellow label Mitsuboshi Stadium tires*
Dice valve capsDia Compe 880 front/rear brake leversDia Compe Tech 4 levers
Dia Compe cables
Skyway finned brake pads*
Dia Compe MX hinged seatpost clamp*
SST command post (original chrome with repop decal)
CyclePro Shotgun II seat*
Items with a (*) were NOS before mounting.
Big thanks to reservoir.grizzly for hooking me up with this uber-rare frame set!

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looking for:
20" cyclepro snakebelly tires, oakley b-2 grips, sst seatpost decal, a'me unitron grips (any color), dk freestyle stem with platform

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#2 2012-06-07 10:23pm

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

Incredible build Mark.  Congrats on taking top honors at the OS show...again.  wink

Can't wait to see Vic's pics uploaded here.  tongue


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#3 2012-06-08 4:39pm

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Awesome instant fav smile


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#4 2012-06-09 8:44pm

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:oWow, that is sharp!  And black metal flange OE's, sick.


Cool, a new bike.  Wait a minute.......where am I going to hide this one.  She's going to catch me...

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#5 2013-01-03 11:52am

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

TT size on this bike??


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#6 2013-05-13 10:22pm

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This bike is killer man... I dig it..cool


Get on your bike and ride..!!!!!!!!!!!

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#7 2013-05-15 6:21am

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

The wheels! What happened to the wheels?!


What I’m selling: https://bmxmuseum.com/forsale/search?user=2547

What I want/need:
Black&Pink A'ME unitron or Oakley B1B; Black Elina Flytetech seat (2)

<<- That's my dad. RIP 11/9/1921-10/29/2020

I'm a notoriously slow shipper. Please have patience. You WILL get what you pay for. Thank you.

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#8 2013-05-15 6:55am

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

I alway's pop in here to check out this bike from time to time so I have to mark it now.

This GHP Trix is just so RAD!   Those metal flange OE's are just SIC!


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'The Wild Life'-1984

WANTED... - Anodized Blue Dia Compe 880 Front
WANTED... - Anodized Blue Anlun AL-501S Stem with or without Hollow bolt
WANTED... - Diamond Back Woody Bars
WANTED... - Haro Group 1 crank Spindle and Bottom Bracket & Group 1 Stem hollow bolt WEDGE &/ OGK Rear mag (Hutch style)
WANTED... - White Tioga Chainring Bolts - FINALLY FOUND, TOOK 4 YEARS!

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#9 2013-05-15 10:54am

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

RL Paulie wrote:

The wheels! What happened to the wheels?!

unfortunately i only acquired the f/f/b...  not sure what happened to the original wheels james tobin had on it.  roll

i believe this frameset changed hands 2-3 times before finding its way into my collection.


looking for:
20" cyclepro snakebelly tires, oakley b-2 grips, sst seatpost decal, a'me unitron grips (any color), dk freestyle stem with platform

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#10 2013-05-15 3:04pm

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

bboygraphix wrote:

RL Paulie wrote:

The wheels! What happened to the wheels?!

unfortunately i only acquired the f/f/b...  not sure what happened to the original wheels james tobin had on it.  roll

i believe this frameset changed hands 2-3 times before finding its way into my collection.

The rear SST Woody coaster hub resides on my Woody Trickstar and the seat James had on it sits atop my other Trickstar.

I just sold my Trix and I'm getting a little remorseful now after seeing yours again. sad

Adam


Outta the game and over the moon!!

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#11 2014-04-04 5:17pm

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

Why are the pedals on backwards?

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#12 2014-05-04 9:45am

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Spev wrote:

Why are the pedals on backwards?

Haha... good eye. Bet you a hundred bucks they went through a 1/2" to 9/16" conversion and whoever did it mixed up the spindles.


What I’m selling: https://bmxmuseum.com/forsale/search?user=2547

What I want/need:
Black&Pink A'ME unitron or Oakley B1B; Black Elina Flytetech seat (2)

<<- That's my dad. RIP 11/9/1921-10/29/2020

I'm a notoriously slow shipper. Please have patience. You WILL get what you pay for. Thank you.

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#13 2016-02-18 3:57pm

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

i'm McLoving this beast


Ride It Like You Stole It

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#14 2016-04-23 5:03am

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Re: 1984 GHP Trix

Great ride cool  And the metal flange OE set (front/rear no reflector tabs) yikes    Seen picks of only one other set.

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