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different types of monoshock


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OK, Reilley1, those bikes you posted were quite shocking, but you really need to post ALL of your boingers... you know the one... :whistling:

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hey richard, is this the one you want to see ???

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hey richard, is this the one you want to see ???


Indeed! :ThumbsUp:

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I love this thread :OSThumbsUpPeace[1]:

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There are some sweet Monos out there Ive never seen or heard of.

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Here was a turd of a Huffy I picked up for $25. Weighed about 3 tons!

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Killer thread Christian.

I had the luck of acquiring this from Roc recently and he was a pleasure to deal with. Dan Gurney Eagle Mono in 'mock build mode' with Redline Nickels, Gurney bars and Eagle mags rollin' on NOS Goodyear Eagle MX's.
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I love the 'attitude' of this frame set - the way the top tube leans down toward the the front end.
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whats with all the gurney's here latley ???
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Killer thread Christian.

I had the luck of acquiring this from Roc recently and he was a pleasure to deal with. Dan Gurney Eagle Mono in 'mock build mode' with Redline Nickels, Gurney bars and Eagle mags rollin' on NOS Goodyear Eagle MX's.
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I love the 'attitude' of this frame set - the way the top tube leans down toward the the front end.
PJ :)



Very cool!!

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Thanks PJ, didn't expect all the pictures.

I love the cook bros mono. they are truly cool.
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I know it's is been quit a few months since last post but here is a Newport Eagle I am restoring:
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I got this bike back in 74. My dad bought the frame from some bike shop but did not purchase all the options available and hand made the seat post. The Handle bars are not original; they were bars I wanted so I could be like the bmx racers of the day.
I am in the process of restoring it to usable condition with as many original parts as possible.

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Great stuff popping up here. Rick it's good to see that bike sitting exactly where that bike needs to be sitting. Posted Image
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That's the one. :OSThumbsUpPeace[1]:

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This thread is a goldmine!!
Now who loves a little more Boing!, in french this time?

1979 Motobecane MX20, first Boing! year for us french kids. These were created by Mr Rakover, who brought back the idea from a trip to the US, it was quite ambitious for our major brand at the time to launch such new things... (well, the concept had been proven ending popular on other parts of the globe..)

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Then in 80 and 81, new range in neon colors, every kid here remembers them, they're still "funny headturners" as I always get nice smiles when riding one around..

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On a sidenote,we even had a 24" called "Velover" (velo + Rakover) which is often considered on our shores as the ancestor of ATB

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These are some of mine:

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Guess I should add this one to the monoshock thread. 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle. Posted Image

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Great stuff popping up here. Rick it's good to see that bike sitting exactly where that bike needs to be sitting. Posted Image


Amen, brother Sod, amen. :bowdownAll:

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That A&A is just nails! One of my favorite builds of the last few years.

Cool to see those French bikes too. Those are new ones to me. Thanks for posting those.
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boing!!



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This is the same as the Repco Monoshocker.

Mastersports from Australia

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