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1997 Dyno Compe

#1 2020-05-23 3:40pm

efi4eye
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1997 Dyno Compe

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1997 Dyno Compe

Icy Blue Raspberry

When I first got back into bikes I started searching flea markets for something with an old school feel. The first bike that fit the bill ended up being this total piece of crap Dyno. It was spray-painted white, really just a frame, fork, bars and post with some junk Mongoose parts and no wheels. I first built it with OGK Performer mags and some cheap parts, but it's changed many times since then.  The only components I haven't changed at least twice are the frame and seatpost, it sure has come a long way since the first pic.  Thanks to Powers Bike Shop for the assist on a bunch of parts on this bike

Components:Frame: dime-a-dozen DynoFork: 2000 GT Pro Performer
Headset: built from parts boxBars: Primo Rebar 9.5" riseGrips: A'Me UnitronSeatpost: Dyno drainpipeSeat: Viscount DominatorClamp: 1990s GT, canodizedStem: GT retro polished mallet, threadless with Mission hollow teal boltsCranks:GT Power Series reissue 3-piece aluminumSpider: Odyssey Torque Converter survivor Chainwheel: MCS 44-toothChain: KMC survivorPedals: GT aluminum platformFront Hub: Early 90s GT 48-spoke sealed high flange Rear Hub: Early 90s GT 48-spoke loose high flangeRims: AlexTires: Cheng-Shin / CST 1.75Front Brakes: Dia Compe FS-990Rear Brakes: Odyssey Springfield with Boomerang adapter plateLevers: Dia Compe Tech 77 reissuePegs: Haro lineage 1987 style front, GT shorties rearChain Tensioners: Profile

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#2 2020-05-24 7:42am

jdmdc4
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Re: 1997 Dyno Compe

looks good man!


life behind bars

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#3 2020-05-24 10:41pm

kidbazooka1
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Re: 1997 Dyno Compe

Nicely done those year decals are my favorite compe decals they just scream late 80’s early 90’s.

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#4 2020-10-16 8:27am

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Re: 1997 Dyno Compe

my kind of bike


Life is short.  Spend it!  Always on the hunt for Peregrine wheelsets, anything Standard, Homeless. If you have sold me a expensive bike I thank you for letting me buy the way I did.  Makes it possible for those of us that hide BMX monies from our spouses.

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