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1999 Standard STA 500

#1 2020-08-22 6:47am

Jimmy Ray
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1999 Standard STA 500

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1999 Standard STA 500

Profile 175 cranks /
Dia Compe 990 brake /
Standard Strip Bars /
Snafu Seat /
Polished Standard stem /
Poverty 48’s sealed hubs /
Sun BFR hoops /
Haro tires /
Profile Shredder chainwheel /
Bought from original owner who paid over $1200 for it new. It had been sitting in his Dads garage for the past 18 years.  It was covered in dust and the Texas heat had melted a few of the decals off center. I was able to straighten the decals out with my heat gun. Picked it up with flat tires, missing grips, and a beat to shit seat. Didn’t know much about Standard until I researched the company here on the Museum. I’ve seen Standard bikes being ridden by the younger crowd at the pump track. Cleaned up nice.


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Put a glide in yo stride, a dip in yo hip, and c’mon to tha mothership.

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#2 2020-09-16 4:09pm

Derekbert
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Re: 1999 Standard STA 500

Man that is one good looking Byke haha

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