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read..so you know..
17322 Saticoy Van Nuys, CA. 91406
11-6 Tues-Sat 12-5 Sun. Closed
to zounds of pictures of past events, bikes, parts and all kinds of stuff!
Click here for event slideshows!!
I am located on Saticoy, in
between White Oak & Balboa, west of Louise, west of the airport. I am on the
south side of Saticoy.
At long last! I have the Snakebelly tire!
Click on picture for ordering details.
Red Menace BMX Cruiser from Genuine Bicycle Products. Click
on the image for details..
Retro Ryder Headset.
With this headset, you can run an 1 1/8 NON-Tapered fork in an older bike that
normally takes a American "Standard" 1" threaded headset (32.5mm). Fits old Schwinns and other American cruiser bikes, some bmx bikes and some older
mountain bikes. This means it won't fit everything, you'll have to measure the
inside diameter of your head tube to see if it will work. this headset not being all things to all people, I made it for old Schwinn bikes foremost in my mind, early mountain bikes usually take the
Japanese standard of 27mm, later ones are often 1 1/4 or 1 1/8 threaded which
this headset will not work for, 1" only.. Ask questions if you're unsure,
there are no stupid questions with this thing. Be sure. Made in the USA, 45.00
shipped. Made out of steel, not for weight weenines. Look at the pics, I have
several pics with a digital caliper so you can be sure it will meet your needs
(or not). Available in Black, Silver, Green, Gold, White, Red, & Blue be sure to specify.
headsets will have some blemishes on them from machining, please be aware of
this before you buy them as they don't look as flawless as the chrome
Look at the pictures before you buy, be sure. Ask
questions if you are not sure. No, we don't know the size of every head tube
on every bike, you'll have to measure. :)
If you need to see how to
install one, click here!!!!
Want to see more rad bikes and parts? Click on the logo below!
Totally unrelated, I'm way into Dungeons and Dragons and spent
a few years developing a supplement for it. Click on the image to check it out!