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1980 Powerlite 3 Bar 24

#1 2016-04-01 4:03pm

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1980 Powerlite 3 Bar 24

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1980 Powerlite 3 Bar 24

This is my dirt rider...usually for a bi-annual solstice ride

I found this 24" 3-Bar Powerlite on Craigslist with almost a completely different set of parts.... I only say its a 1980 because it looks like the same bike another member has listed...how many almond 24" 3-bars could there be. I use this rider typically for a 20+ mile hill climb and decent night ride bi-annual Solstice ride to mark the start of winter and summer with a group of fellow Tues night BMX homies'. Takes all the bumps and unseen potholes well. Well worn Brooks brown leather seat, black fluted seat post, silver Tuf neck seat clamp, D/C MX 1000 rear and MX 900 ft with skyway pads, black Tech-3 levers, 24" Skyway mags and a set of knobby Tioga tires, black Profile cranks, bubble font Redline 44T sprocket, Grafite MX pedals, chrome GT forks, Tuf Neck red stem, black bend-out Powerlite bars, Oakley 3 grips, and an old school set of Powerlite pads.


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#2 2016-04-02 9:08am

Axel10
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Re: 1980 Powerlite 3 Bar 24

cool

the worn Brooks saddle is perfect for the build smile


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#3 2016-04-05 3:15pm

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Re: 1980 Powerlite 3 Bar 24

smile


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