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1979 Cook Bros. Racing

#1 2018-05-27 6:45pm

Gylles Smyth
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1979 Cook Bros. Racing

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1979 Cook Bros. Racing

1979 Cook Bros Racing

In my earliest BMX days, I always wanted one of those Cook Bros build kits that they advertised in Bicycle Motocross Action (see last photo).  I never did get one, but at least now I finally own a '79 Cook Bros frame, fork, and crankset that form the nucleus of a pretty sharp looking bike.

Cheers,CGS

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#2 2018-05-29 1:06pm

justapok
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Re: 1979 Cook Bros. Racing

Awesome build, nice job cool


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#3 2018-06-07 2:56pm

Gylles Smyth
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Re: 1979 Cook Bros. Racing

Thanks.

I'm kind of stoked to finally own one after all these years.


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