Double Trouble Fire Road Cruiser

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  1. rev106

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    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Double Trouble Fireroad Cruiser by Paul de Valera, on Flickr

    Frame and bars are made by me.
    Araya 7x rims
    Sachs drum brake front, Phil wood rear
    Genuine Bicycle Products Snakebelly tires and seat post clamp
    Origin 8 cranks, low tier Shimano derailleurs
    Sugino chain rings and stem
    From from a Diamondback trailstrike
    Shimano sifters
    Motorcycle brake levelers (unknown)
    KKT pedals
     
  2. KJV

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  3. OddJob

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    Turned out great! Nice mix of new, custom made, and vintage parts. Dug the ride vid too!
     
  4. Scribble

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    Super cool frame, I love how you built it up.
     
  5. Dizzle Problems

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    Came out awesome man!
     
  6. rev106

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  7. gowjobs

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    Paul, that came out great. Lovin' that blue.
     
  8. rev106

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    Thanks! :) :)
     
  9. kingfish254

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    Don't forget to add a link to your build thread early in this Finished thread. Maybe even a brief description so that people will realize that this was a scratch built frame.

    Great work on that looptail and twin downtubes and such. This was fun to follow. It really turned out nicely.
    Congrats!
     
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  11. Alan Griffin

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    Wow! That's talent! I could not even begin to build a frame from scratch! Great job!
     
  12. rev106

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    Well yeah it took a long time to get there but it is a goal that anyone can attain. Thanks. :)
     
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    Nice color choice,reminds me of a ole skool BMX like a PK Ripper.
     
  14. rev106

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    Thanks, I should have spent more time on the paint but it will be covered in dirt anyway. :)
     
  15. gowjobs

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    Killer. Seems like a lot of great trail-capable builds this year, and this one is probably my favorite... that's not already mine, anyway.
     
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  16. G-Matt

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    Nice bike love the direction you went . With a classic klunker stile & a bmx twist . I like the handle bars they look like ones MR Tick builds. There’s is a lot of competition this year when it come to klunker. You don’t usually see this many built .


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