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#1 2017-03-23 7:47pm

6s135
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1979 SE Racing STR-1

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1979 SE Racing STR-1

My dads og bike

Yeah!! Love it!
Where is it now?It was last seen in august of 82.

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Ride In Peace Autumn Pasquale

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#2 2017-03-23 8:45pm

Quadangle79
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Re: 1979 SE Racing STR-1

Nice smile

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#3 2017-03-23 9:23pm

pkripper68bmx
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Re: 1979 SE Racing STR-1

cool

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#4 2017-03-24 4:27am

JoeKat
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Re: 1979 SE Racing STR-1

So cool! Thanks for posting.


WTB the following REDLINE Frame Pads:
CARRERA
PL-24

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#5 2017-03-24 3:47pm

Ripperdawg13m
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Re: 1979 SE Racing STR-1

Wow !!!!

That is a Bad Azz machine !!!!

That would have ruled the roost BITD !!!


Too many cool bikes out there,  not enough money in my wallet ...

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#6 2017-03-25 6:30am

RadicalNick
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Re: 1979 SE Racing STR-1

classic! cool


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#7 2017-04-21 11:35pm

Roodillon
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Re: 1979 SE Racing STR-1

Hello, I thought you might like to know that I once owned the very first mild steel prototype STR-1. I bought it from Stu himself in 1978. It had the cradled bottom bracket, which did not make it into production. Stu told me that it was too hard to bend the long tubes, and that the bb area was prone to crack and that there were 3 or 4 others, I think they made a total of 9 of the prototypes and some were destroyed after they found out about the cracking problem. My story has been publicly verified here by SE and is accepted as truth, which it is.

For a long time people thought the cradled bb STR-1 was a myth but I am here to tell you that it is not a myth.

R


I am serious and don't call me Shirley.

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#8 2017-10-16 3:09am

pkripper68bmx
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Re: 1979 SE Racing STR-1

BadAss coolbig_smile

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