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spooky cruiser?

jonKranked

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Nov 10, 2005
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paging suspect device.



given the nature of all the custom work frank has done, it's totally within the realm of possibility. you should see the trials frames he's built. :drool:
 

AngryMetalsmith

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Jun 4, 2006
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I've been checking out the local BMX track and thinking about going out to get some gate starts and just play around. That bike looks freakin awesome...well, except for the Rhyno Lites. I can square one of those off in three rides.
 

SuspectDevice

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Aug 23, 2002
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Nah, that thing is one of stock Suspect Device race cruisers, circa 1998.

Headtubes are a little thin on those things, don't buy it if you plan on riding it hard.

We do build BMX bikes when people order them. Don't build many, because most people aren't interested in spending a grand+ for a bmx frame...
 

SuspectDevice

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Seems expensive for a bike I've never heard of... I would guess it might be some custom parts put together. I built my own bike by putting together stuff way back when, and cracked the frame the first time I jumped it. I'd be leary of old spooky...
as I said in the previous post: the headtubes were really thin on those bikes.
(note: I worked there when that bike was built- and run the brand now)