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1984 CW Racing ZXL

#1 2009-10-04 7:47am

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1984 CW Racing ZXL

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1984 CW Racing ZXL

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Just pieced this together from a couple of well-preserved survivors. The frame is a CW ZXL.  Very nice original chrome. Other parts include CW pro bars, Dia Compe MX 1000 rear brakes, 1st generation DK stem, Ukai (1.5Ò€) rims with Suntour sealed hubs, SR seat post clamp, Redline 401 full-wrap cranks with an early bubble font sprocket, and Suntour XC II pedals. Other parts include repop Tioga Compe IIIs, new Ame Tri grips and a NOS Dominator seat. Rides great!


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#2 2009-10-04 7:58am

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Re: 1984 CW Racing ZXL

a beauty,theres not enough cw's kickin about,love it,looks super clean

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#3 2009-10-04 8:03pm

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Re: 1984 CW Racing ZXL

coolcoolcool


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#4 2009-10-04 8:22pm

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Re: 1984 CW Racing ZXL

Swwweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet! I would love one of these...very rare.

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#5 2009-10-04 9:17pm

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Re: 1984 CW Racing ZXL

That top tube looks looooooong.  Geometry resembles a pistol pete with the seat tube angle.

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#6 2009-10-04 9:48pm

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Re: 1984 CW Racing ZXL

Raoul wrote:

That top tube looks looooooong.  Geometry resembles a pistol pete with the seat tube angle.

It is.  Just about 21".  I've been told this model later became the Pistol Pete...good eye.

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#7 2009-10-05 12:23am

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Re: 1984 CW Racing ZXL

The Pete has different geometry, but it did replace the zxl in the line-up

sweet bike dude, how do you like riding it?


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#8 2009-10-05 4:38am

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#9 2010-02-17 11:50pm

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Re: 1984 CW Racing ZXL

Love to see the Flights on your bikes!!!  Really, is there a better old school crank?? Just got a NOS for my Floval build project. You certainly have a talent for building and restoring bikes T. I am very, very impressed. Just wish we would of stayed in touch. Who knew are passion for bikes would of lasted 20 years after school. Thumbs up man......


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