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Sep 5, 2014
Selling
Sep 5, 2014 at 3:32
Sep 5, 2014

Custom Curtis Pro Street bike

$400 GBP
Hi guys Up for sale is my custom Curtis Pro Street. The bike was stolen and now recovered and I no longer have any use for it. The frame was originally professionally powder-coated in orange with white graphics but has since been sprayed green when it was stolen. The bike does require a little TLC to get it back to its top form as it has not been riden in a year or so. The Spec: It is a 2006 Curtis Pro Street frame made from T45 Steel and handmade in the UK by curtis.co.uk. It has penman stamped into the rear drop outs as it was previously owned by Gary Penmam (professional rider) before I took possession of it. 2006 white dirt jumper 1 forks with red top caps 24" Atomlab rims on hope pro 2 hubs (black rear hub and red front). Rear wheel needs truing or the rim replacing but the hubs are solid and run really smoothly. Hope headset - May need re-greasing and tightening United pivotal seat with seat post - May need abit of grease as it seemed abit ceased. Fun handle bars and stem Dmr V12 pedals on black 3 piece DMR cranks with a 28t oddessy million dollar sprocket Maxxis holy roller tyres odi lock on grips Hayes HFX9 brake with goodridge hose and red goodridge attachments - Brake needs a re-bleed and new rotar but was a solid brake when it was previously working As I mentioned earlier, this is a solid bike but requires a little TLC. The bike has a lot of decent components on it and was well looked after when I owned it. The bike flows really nicely through trails and is virtually bomb proof. Think I have listed everything but if any questions please do not hesitate to ask. Bike located in Bristol Contact Jake on: 07703522666 Cheers, Jake

Mar 1, 2013 at 15:18
Mar 1, 2013
Added 4 photos to New-Ns-Majesty
Mar 1, 2013 at 14:35
Mar 1, 2013
jakewelby1710 rlee560's article
Nov 26, 2012 at 11:56
Nov 26, 2012
How To Lower Argyle 318
Would this be exactly the same on lowering new rock shox argyle solo air forks? Do you just undo one leg and insert a spacer to lower from 140mm to 100mm? Think they have come with 2 20mm spacers. And do you not have to do the same to both legs? Cheers
jakewelby1710 Riverman's photo
Nov 22, 2012 at 10:55
Nov 22, 2012
Is this the dirt or the park frame?

jakewelby1710 foxracerstar's photo
Nov 22, 2012 at 10:52
Nov 22, 2012
What frame is this? The dirt or park? Cheers

Nov 20, 2012 at 14:30
Nov 20, 2012
jakewelby1710 DirtWarsUK's video
Sep 13, 2012 at 1:12
Sep 13, 2012
video
VOD! Such a sick edit

jakewelby1710 jakewelby1710's photo
Aug 29, 2012 at 8:23
Aug 29, 2012
Hayes hfx 9 with a sole lever with goodridge braided hose

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