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1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Signature

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1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Signature

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1984 Cycle Pro Greg Hill Signature

This is a pure survivor - 1 owner bike.

I got this bike Christmas morning in 1984.  It might as well have been a space ship because its the vehicle that took me to so many new places.  I raced it a little at Dixieland but mostly cruised the streets of Hendersonville on this bike until I turned 16 and got a car.  It then stayed in my parents basement for many years.  My son was born seven (7) years ago.  I knew then that this bike had a second life.  It is all original except for the new rubber, bearings and grips to come.  I took apart every nut and cleaned it.  The frame had a lot of speckled rust that came off with Rustoleum and a plastic sponge.  I used a lot of degreaser too.  Every part was quickly soaped, rinsed and dried.  My son is the new owner - he's thrilled.  In his own words, "I love this bike.  It is so fast."  Heck yea.

Frame/Fork:  CP Greg Hill SignatureRims: Araya 7XHubs: SunshineCrank: Sugino GT 180mmSprocket: Sugino 44TFreewheel: Suntour 16TPedals: Victor VP-747 BeartrapRubber: Cheng Seng Chain: TYCBrake: Dia Comp 890Stem: Sugino alloySeat: Cycle Pro Shotgun IIGrips: Beat to crap original Faun F-1 copies - A'me Tris on the way.


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