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Check this bike out

Postby Smartihawk » 05 May 2010, 01:06

This bike looks so hot. What pedals and brake is that???? Can anyone tell from the pics?????
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby HEYWOOD BMX » 05 May 2010, 07:55

:D That sure does look good.I reckon they are flat pedals and that is what is known as a disc brake.
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby Paulos » 05 May 2010, 15:17

I am fairly certain that the brake is a magura disc brake. Not sure of the model.
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby tom4130 » 06 May 2010, 06:47

Fly Bikes pedals. Don't think you can get pink anymore though
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby Smartihawk » 07 May 2010, 13:20

It says that Superco bike has a 135mm X 10mm rear hub spacing.... Is there a way of putting Skyway 24" wheels on it, if Skyways are 110mm?

Can I put Skyways on that Superco bike?
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby Rudeboy72 » 07 May 2010, 15:02

Smartihawk wrote:It says that Superco bike has a 135mm X 10mm rear hub spacing.... Is there a way of putting Skyway 24" wheels on it, if Skyways are 110mm?

Can I put Skyways on that Superco bike?


Spacers & a longer axle if needed should do the trick! Then put some Cruiser BMX bars on their!!!! And some stunt pegs!!! And some Spokey-Dokey's!!! And a lolly stick taped to the chainstays & stuck in the spokes so it sounds like it's got an engine!!! :D :D :D :D
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby Smartihawk » 08 May 2010, 00:17

Hey you guys were right, that is a Maguro brake and Fly pedals


Well done, well done!!!
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby Smartihawk » 08 May 2010, 00:20

What about that BB??? Can anyone tell what it is??????? 68mm?????? Can you put DXR's onto it?
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby tony140 » 08 May 2010, 20:01

SKYWAY 24 WHEELS UUUMMMMM I THINK YOUR FIND SKYWAY HAVE YET TO BRING OUT A DISC BRAKE HUB SET UP YET AND THE FRAME HAS NO BRAKE LUGS
WHAT A SUCKER ............................
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby Smartihawk » 20 Feb 2012, 00:54

Rudeboy72 wrote:
Smartihawk wrote:It says that Superco bike has a 135mm X 10mm rear hub spacing.... Is there a way of putting Skyway 24" wheels on it, if Skyways are 110mm?

Can I put Skyways on that Superco bike?


Spacers & a longer axle if needed should do the trick! Then put some Cruiser BMX bars on their!!!! And some stunt pegs!!! And some Spokey-Dokey's!!! And a lolly stick taped to the chainstays & stuck in the spokes so it sounds like it's got an engine!!! :D :D :D :D



WTF???? YOU WERE BOOLYING ME BACK IN 2009 AS WELL?!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby neale » 20 Feb 2012, 01:19

they make a rad dh frame also.. its like a refined brooklyn
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Re: Check this bike out

Postby Smartihawk » 20 Feb 2012, 10:34

Yeah, the Superco Silencer ..... I don't think you can buy it though. I tried to buy one a couple of years ago and the person there told me it wasn't even in production yet.

The guy at Superco is the guy who started Brooklyn Machine Works..... He left Brooklyn to start up his own company.
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Re: Check this bike out

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