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I know this isnt a newer school bike site but I thought I'd share this anyways since it's not an everyday bike you see.
Here is a non serial number proto/test frame that Doug Schneider built back when he started building bmx frames and early decals. It's a black 20' Pro xl frame with different drop outs. His later drop outs had adjusters built in them like my 24" Pro xxl frame that he built.
I will post more pics when it arrives.
Here is a quote from Doug
"It was one of my team guys frame, Wayne Mcabe. it was one of the first frames that i made, maby third or forth. i dont think it even has a serial number. it is still in good shape, it just has some of my first style dropouts. probably a 2004 frame"
I had to have my old race bike so I started to look for it back in 2010. This is the exact frame and set up i had back in 1997 except the Hanebrink forks. The frame and seat were the hardest to find. Found out that there were only about 250 of these frames made and were only offered as a frame only. The seat I found over 4 years of looking.
-'97 Gary Fisher Pro issue frame
-Answer bars (black)
-chris King headset(Rasta colors)
-Gary Fisher grips
-Gary Fisher seat
-Odyssey black widow pedals
-Odyssey black widow cranks(black)
-Odyssey black widow chain ring
-Spin wheels with og red decals
-Bullseye stem lock
Just aquired this survivor with in the last few months. The bike was found in a pile of garbage in front of some ones house in Berkeley. Everything is original to the bike besides the grips. Had to replace them as the OG ones were way to gone and gummy to use. All components have been confirmed with dating. This is my first survivor complete ever and really happy I had the chance to grab it.
Just threw in a pic of what the og grips were and looked like.
-'75 A&A frame og finish and decals -stroker bars -og black pads, stem and top tube -hunt wilde grips NOS -Ashtabula forks dated '75 -Ashtabula stamped stem dated '76 -Ashtabula cranks dated '75 -pre patent pending front Tuff 1, rear is tuff 1 -Cycle Pro tires