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Aug 15, 2018

USA-Made Torker Pro ST

$1500 USD
This is a late 90s, early 2000s, USA-made Torker Pro ST race bike. I bought it in 2001 from Dan's Comp. It is a custom build with some solid parts. As you can see from the little circular holes in the gusset, this is a USA-made frame. This bike is rare, and in excellent condition. It's even rarer in such excellent condition -- you will likely not find a mid-school Torker in such great shape like this anywhere. I built the bike, and it was slightly too small for me, so I rarely rode it. A few times on the track, a few times on some trails. The paint is original. There are some cosmetic scratches on the top tube from putting it on the bike rack (see photos), and some scratches on the handlebars. There is a little rust on the stem bolts. I used the pedals on other bikes, so they are pretty well worn. Other than that, this bike is in near-perfect condition. It is really, really nice. Run-down of parts: Frame: Torker Pro ST, Made in the USA, bought in 2001 Fork: 2001 DK Race Forks Crank: Torker 3-Piece, Tubular Cro-Moly, Sealed BB Chainring: Torker, 44 tooth Pedals: Sun-Ringle Platform Wheels: Araya Rims w/ GT Mohawk Hubs (roll endlessly) Tires: Tioga Comp III, 2.10 front; 1.75 rear Freewheel: ACS, 14 tooth Headset: A-Headset Stem: 2001 DK Race, XL Handlebars: DK Race Brakes: Tektro V-brakes Grips: ODI Rogue Seatpost Clamp: Torker (stock with frame) Seatpost: Odyssey Saddle: 2001 Redline Race Saddle Chain Tensioners: Redline Chain: ???? Works fine; in good shape. Extra: I will throw in a matching set of Lizard Skin racing pads. They're pretty much the only pads that will work with the twin top tube, unless you have some Torker pads. I also have more photos. If I have forgotten anything, or if you want more information, let me know.

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