Details about SE Racing DC Shoes Quadangle 24" Looptail OLD SCHOOL BMX RETRO Bikes Sealed NIBSee original listing
30 Jul, 2013 19:00:30 AEST
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Geelong, Victoria, Australia
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You are bidding on one SE Racing DC Shoes Quadangle 24" Looptail OLD SCHOOL BMX RETRO SE Bikes Sealed New In Box.
Matt Black 24".
This box has not even been opened. It Is NEW Sealed In Box.
as seen in pics.
Brand New Sealed In Box
Limited ED From 2008
DC Shoes and SE Bikes joined forces for the second time.
In 2007 they released a BMX bike, the PK Ripper, in 2008 they transformed the bike into a 24-inch cruiser. The bike features a black frame, custom DC x SE pads and head badge.
Limited to less then 500 Worldwide. So this is a true collectors BMX.
This is a large box so please Email for shipping quote via Fastway couriers, the box cubes out to 44kgs.
Pickup from the Geelong area is prefered or in Melbourne by arrangement.
Or you are welcome to organise your own courier to collect from Geelong CBD.
We cannot ship this overseas sorry. Its too big..
Below is an indication of shipping costs for AUS.
Frame 100% Cr-Mo Tubing, Classic Double Downtube, Looptail Rear End, Retro Dropouts, Limited Edition
- Fork All New 100% CR-MO Landing Gear, w/ Internally Threaded Steerer Tube
- Headset Tange Alloy DX4, 1-1/8" Threadless
- Handlebars CR-Mo Power Wing Cruiser Bar, 28" X 7"
- Stem Retro Top Load w/ Engraved SE Logo, 1-1/8" Alloy
- Grips S-1E Retro Grip
- Brake Lever Tektro 313A, 2 Finger Alloy
- Brake(s) Tektro 930AL V-Brake
- Seat SE Lightning Blitz Seat w/ Bottle Opener
- Seat Post Retro Fluted Micro-Adjust, Aluminum 25.4
- Crankset SE 3-pc CR-MO, 180mm, 48 Spline, American BB, 39T Alloy
- Chain KMC Z30, Silver
- Pedal X-Pedo Low Profile Platform w/ Removable Pins
- Rim Alex Supra Dome, 36H Double Wall Aluminum , 14Ga. Stainless Spokes
- Front Hub SE Racing High Flange, Sealed Bearing Alloy, Cr-Mo Axle
- Rear Hub SE Racing High Flange Alloy, Sealed Bearing Alloy, Cr-Mo Axle w/ 17T Freewheel
- Tyres Kenda K-Rad w/ Skinwalls 1.95 F & R
- Extras Retro Pads, Retro Plate, Alloy Axle Nuts, Alloy Valve Caps, Touch Up Paint
- Weight: 26.9 lbs or 11.79kgs
Head tube angle 73.5°
Seat tube angle 72°
Top tube length 22"
BB height 12"
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DC and SE Bikes have joined to together to release the Quadangle, a classic frame from SE’s stable. The “Loop Tail Quad”, as it was known, will be the second joint release from the DC x SE partnership. The two brands released a recreated PK Ripper in April of 2007. Less than 500 redesigned Quadangle bikes were released in 2008 worldwide.
“This bike is an absolute work of art… a testament to the design brilliance of Scott Briethaupt, and the inventive SE Racing ethos of that time,” said DC Co-Founder Damon Way. “We are truly honored to have the opportunity to align with SE to deliver a project of this caliber.”
The 2008 DC x SE Quadangle has been redesigned in a new aesthetic. It has been revamped as a 24-inch cruiser, the first time this larger size has ever been featured on this bike. Like the original 1979 version, the bike features a black frame, but custom DC x SE pads and head badge have been added, to keep shared branding with the first DC x SE project, the PK Ripper.
The original SE Quadangle was created in 1979 as Stu Thompson’s signature bike. It was quickly dubbed the “STR-1”, which stood for “Stu Thompson Replica 1”. After some design changes it was given several new nicknames including the “Quadangle” and “Loop Tail Quad” based on its new design. This version would be made from 1979 to 1982 before being updated into a newer non-loop tail design.
The frame would go through additional design changes in the following years and a new frame was created in 1984. SE used the newly designed Quadangle to address the rising popularity of the Freestyle market by adding frame standers, a coaster brake mount and a steeper head tube angle. This would be referred to as the “Freestyle Quad” and was coupled with a new version of its custom “Landing Gear” fork called “Standing Gear”. This new version of the frame and fork would only be offered in 1984 and 1985.
From 1985 to 1994 the design remained untouched. By the late 1990’s the frame was converted over to alloy from the original steel construction, which forever changed the aesthetic of the design.
This 24-inch Quadangle is the second in a series of three limited edition bikes from DC and SE Bikes, all designed to embrace the heritage of the brand and the sport. Truly a collector’s item, production will be limited to less than 500 bikes.