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This is the end result of my friend Alex, and my latest project. It is for his younger sister (10 yo).
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We picked it up on CL for a very reasonable price, the derailleurs, seat post, frame, forks and wheels are as purchased. It has cro-mo frame and forks. It was a rigid frame mountain bike, now cruiser.

New: Tektro V-brakes, Sunrace 11-28 7 speed cassette, Shimano M131 crankset, Shimano UN55 115mm BB - a bit narrow but suits the look of the bike - but also the granny ring is not useable due to tire width and narrow BB. The pedals are rubber block from an '80's Schwinn (Giant) World Tourist.
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Nice job I am sure his sister will love it. Some big ww tires......very retro.
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#3
Sweet! thats a real bice looking bike! You guys did a real good job! I am thinking of doing something like that for my grandaughter! How much dit it take cost wise? I would like to do it for the fun and expierience of it.
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(03-30-2014, 06:41 PM)fishboy316 Wrote:  Sweet! thats a real bice looking bike! You guys did a real good job! I am thinking of doing something like that for my grandaughter! How much dit it take cost wise? I would like to do it for the fun and expierience of it.
Around $200- including the donor bike. The donor bike was a lucky score. It was only $40- and in excellent condition, got it from the original owner. She had purchased in it new, and had not ridden it in years.
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I rode that bike all during college 1987-1993. I bought it new at Costco. It rode all over campus up and down stair. All over mountains. It was a great bike which now resides in my back yard.

Richard Trepanier
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(06-22-2014, 05:52 PM)Iluvporthos@gmail.com Wrote:  ..... It was a great bike which now resides in my back yard. ...

Richard; so when are you going to get it back on the road?
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(06-22-2014, 09:10 PM)nfmisso Wrote:  
(06-22-2014, 05:52 PM)Iluvporthos@gmail.com Wrote:  ..... It was a great bike which now resides in my back yard. ...

Richard; so when are you going to get it back on the road?

I got a new bike now. But I am going to get that old bike and rebuild it. My new bike is a specialized rockhopper sport.
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(03-30-2014, 06:30 PM)nfmisso Wrote:  This is the end result of my friend Alex, and my latest project. It is for his younger sister (10 yo).




We picked it up on CL for a very reasonable price, the derailleurs, seat post, frame, forks and wheels are as purchased. It has cro-mo frame and forks. It was a rigid frame mountain bike, now cruiser.

New: Tektro V-brakes, Sunrace 11-28 7 speed cassette, Shimano M131 crankset, Shimano UN55 115mm BB - a bit narrow but suits the look of the bike - but also the granny ring is not useable due to tire width and narrow BB. The pedals are rubber block from an '80's Schwinn (Giant) World Tourist.

your end result looks good mate
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