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Beasty Bike carbon

Tema en 'Bicis Clásicas' iniciado por retrobikeguy, 10 Ago 2007.

  1. retrobikeguy

    retrobikeguy SUPERCABRONBOY

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    Hola :) ,

    Ok, here is another of my project.

    It is called a beasty bike, German made, this is an early one with ‘rubber’ stacks for rear suspension later ones had a rear shock fitted

    Carbon main frame and aluminium & carbon swing arm

    Have a look, do you guys know anything about them ?

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    Still building up at the moment with odd spare bits from the shed but here is a picci with some bits on to give you an idea.

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    any info you have on 'beasty-bikes' would be great :bye
     
  2. RikiRiki

    RikiRiki casi q me da igual

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    your name is confused, you will be named SUPERCABRONBOY.
     
  3. Too Fast

    Too Fast GaaaaaaaaZZZZZZZZZZ !!!

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    It's the first time I see any model from this brand, I haven't heard about it before, but the bike looks incredible. Do they build more models? is this one the only one they made?

    The rear "shock" reminds me the one used by proflex at the beggining and the Pace carbon fork is incredible too.
     
  4. BikerXC

    BikerXC Miembro Reconocido

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    Woh!

    The first time I see it and I don't know the brand, but I like it! Looks very strong but not too light.

    Rare rear shock... :s
     
  5. retrobikeguy

    retrobikeguy SUPERCABRONBOY

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    They seem quite rare,
    I have seen some with the modern shocks on ebay.de but none with the natural carbon finish.

    not many people have heard of them though :?:


    some scans =

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    Yes you figuered right - I like carbon bikes :chinchin
     
  6. Too Fast

    Too Fast GaaaaaaaaZZZZZZZZZZ !!!

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    The rigid one looks like an actual dual suspension bike (Turner).
     
  7. F.T.W.

    F.T.W. Rasta Rules

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    Whoa there ¡¡¡¡, love those cnc´ed parts, this one is new for me too.
     
  8. retrobikeguy

    retrobikeguy SUPERCABRONBOY

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    yes - it does , thats where I got the idea of running the pace forks and the flex-stem together.

    has anyone here ever tried this before ? and how does it handle ?

    RBG
     
  9. Router Horizont

    Router Horizont Caballero Salta Barrancos

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    this bike looks realy "beasty", I never saw it before.
     
  10. josele

    josele Full Vintage

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    Strava:
    :alloreto :alloreto :alloreto
     
  11. marinito

    marinito Full rigid

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    Really nice bike!... Can´t wait to see it finished.

    Oh! and those beautiful Pace forks... by the way, is Girvin the stem´s brand?
     
  12. retrobikeguy

    retrobikeguy SUPERCABRONBOY

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    Yes, the Girvin flexstem

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