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1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

#1 2020-12-09 7:53am

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1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

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1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

1991 Rumblefish Barracuda 20” Pro
Featured in October 1991 Bmx Plus magazine.
Project featherweight. Build lightest Pro bike ever.

This bike was featured in Bmx Plus magazine as project featherweight. It was on the cover and five pages inside. Project featherweight was to build the lightest pro bike possible. The bike came in at 18 lbs 6 oz. Bike could have been lighter but time would not allow it. The bike had a Titan titanium fork on it in the magazine (I still have the fork). The Rumblefish prototype handlebar are chromoly/carbon fiber, originally the bars were chromoly/aluminum (I still have the aluminum parts) This is the fastest accelerating bike I have ever ridden period. And yes I have race this bike.


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#2 2020-12-09 2:05pm

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

Wow, very cool.

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#3 2020-12-09 2:25pm

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

That is a over the top bike and I'm saying that almost 30 years after you first built it.


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#4 2020-12-09 8:01pm

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

Sharp.

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#5 2020-12-09 9:48pm

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

Excellent! Faved up as well! cool

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#6 2020-12-10 1:49am

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

I've always wondered how long it'll take for flatland frames to be that logically streamlined.

How does it race with a loose chain and how does one tighten it?


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#7 2020-12-10 8:49am

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

It’s an eccentric bottom bracket and it races just fine.https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/265198/feb4a063-e3f3-4c9d-83e4-82d884d8800c5fd25177d1.jpeg

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#8 2020-12-12 1:56pm

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

Those bars are sweet.

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#9 2021-01-31 5:32pm

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

Omg this is sick those bars r just nuts


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#10 2021-06-27 10:40pm

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Re: 1991 Rumblefish Barracuda

Thats awesome. Except for those bars... somehow I feel pain when I look at them... like something horrible waiting to happen. 😁

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