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Bam’s custom FBM cruiser all built up

15 12 2009

Way back in November we did a feature on long-time cruiser revolution reader Bam’s custom FBM cruiser. FBM dubbed it the Cu Cu cruiser and it featured the following dimensions:

Head Tube: 75 degrees
Seat Tube: 70 degrees
Top Tube: 22″
Chain Stay: 15″
BB Height: 14″
Standover: 6″

Back then, all we had were pictures of the frame and fork but Bam recently sent some photos over of it all built up and I think you’ll agree, the bike looks great.

Eastern Bikes does a lot to support his local scene so Bam decided to “represent” and run as many Eastern parts as he could (Eastern bars, 23t sprocket, pedals, headset, seat, post, and stem.)

Other notables: Profile cranks, Primo grips, brakes, lever; KHE 14mm hubs and chain: Odyssey tires, cable, tensioner and rims.

Check out the photos:

Old-school Bottema style forks:

15″ chain stays:

Representing local scene supporters, Eastern Bikes:

If Bam’s custom cruiser/build has got you inspired, do yourself a favor and check out FBM’s custom BMX frame order form. FBM recently updated their ordering form with new features and colorways.

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7 responses

15 12 2009
Steve

hmm…

Model C or custom FBM?

This could get fun. I can’t believe you can do a full custom for $450.

17 12 2009
cruiserrevolution

I know! Pretty amazing what they can do for that price.

21 12 2009
bowltorf mike

that thing seriously looks like a scooter with big wheels and Bottema forks, gross

27 12 2009
Jon Faure

Sorry, I’m just not liking this one. There are times I like to sit down. Or, times when I slip a pedal and I would like to land my butt on something. Cool and trendy but not practical.

30 12 2009
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