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#167905 Stem ID

Posted by K Robison on 04 September 2006 - 09:18 PM in Riding, Research & Collecting

The STUDD quick change system

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The STUDD himself Timmy Judge

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More trivia: Girl on the left is Bill Green's daughter Jenny, who was very fast herself BITD. Girl on right was Tiimmy's girlfriend.

#167892 Nastiest Wreck Stories

Posted by K Robison on 04 September 2006 - 08:11 PM in Riding, Research & Collecting

OK, you guys asked for it:

1. Rope lining a track. Didn't see it and ran into it throat first. Looked like I had been hanged!

2. Right before high school graduation. Borrowed a friend's cruiser and overcooked teh first berm. Shot right over, fell 15 feet. Was going to land on my feet on the striaght behind the berm when a little kid rode by and clipped my feet. Landed on my left wrist. Severe break that had me in a cast 12 weeks and rehab for a year.

3. The worst: For once beating the local stud in a moto. Head into the last turn, he makes a desperate move and we crash. I get up and the back of my leathers are shredded. He had a "whale tail" chain tensioner on his back wheel. Apparently, I landed on it. Cut was 5 inches long, over an inch deep, and took 68 stitches to sew up. Still have the scar!

#167891 Stem ID

Posted by K Robison on 04 September 2006 - 08:00 PM in Riding, Research & Collecting


Your stem is a STUDD mini. Probably around 1986.
STUDD was started by Bill Green from Miami of Boystown & Flying Wheels fame. First product was a "quick change" sprocket. Used Timmy Judge in full page ads. The pro stem had an adjustable length. They even had a few frames built by Cyclecraft.

I can't imagine there being too many of thrm around, especially outside FLA. Where did you find it and on what kind of bike?

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