Schwinn Homegrown Model Identifier Forums 99 homegrown pro hardtail

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    sholcombe
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    here is the latest addition to my stable: a bass boat blue homegrown pro singlespeed.  I originally picked up this frame as a backup in case something happens to my green hardail (God forbid), but i couldn’t stand looking at it on a shelf any longer.

    here is the latest addition to my stable: a bass boat blue homegrown pro singlespeed.  I originally picked up this frame as a backup in case something happens to my green hardail (God forbid), but i couldn’t stand looking at it on a shelf any longer.

    build details:
    frame – 17″ BBB homegrown pro hardail 1999
    fork – 80mm RS SID race 2004
    BB – forward components eccentric bottom bracket
    saddle – terry fly
    cranks/ring – spot 32t
    cog – surly 19t
    wheels – x317/cerit
    brakes – hayes hydro
    post – thomson setback
    stem – bontrager race
    bar – ritchey wcs
    #3148
    oldschool559
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    Congrats! Beautiful bike!

    I like the bottom bracket solution!

    How much was the damage, if I may ask?!?

    #3653
    willie2323
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    wow, sweet!! I love your brake set up. I am looking for a brake solution to my 99 orange pro so I can run my mavic tubeless rims, this looks perfect. thanx for sharing!

    #3654
    livernose
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    Very nice looking bike.

    #3656
    sholcombe
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    Thanks for the comments. This bike has morphed a bit since these photos were taken. it is now sporting 650b wheels and shimano brakes. The old Hayes setup is clean looking, but keeping those brakes dialed in was a pain. I found a few shimano calipers that fit in the limited area while using the a2z adapter. I’ll post some updated pics when i get a chance.

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