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Stu’s Thunderdome

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Our main man from Richmond was in attendance at Stupor Bowl this past weekend, and the day after the race I took the opportunity to grab some snaps of his salt crusted Thunderdome work bike. 

Have a look.
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For those of you looking for an aluminum track bike, I implore you to give this bad boy a once over, as we truly feel it's one of the best out there, and the price simply cannot be beat. MSRP $650

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Jeremy K

February 9, 2013

I think most people who visit this are wondering, where did Stu get that great lookin’ chain?
Just wondering.

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Amy

February 11, 2013

KMC makes ‘em. Currently in stock at QBP

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steve

February 13, 2013

what kind of rear hub is that?

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SR

September 27, 2013

LIKE. Rad setup.

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