Ooold moto , sweet as braa (p)

safreek

Vealcake
New photos of the bike in first post. Many photos. Shall have a look at the Z1 and see if I can determine a year. If they turn out to be a classic of some kind who knows, someone may swap a sc shiver for it. "Tell him he's dreaming"
 

safreek

Vealcake
I am going to
Ahh the old Norco VPS1, my first MTB!
I think I still have some stock linkage plates and a mech hanger + possibly pivot pins if you want them safreek.
Mine died after a shuttle Day at Long Gully. Massive crack in the monocoque between the BB and linkage pivot!
I would certainly be interested in any parts, I reckon this bike is a keeper for sure. Hit me with a price. That fork would be sweet too
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safreek

Vealcake
Ahh the old Norco VPS1, my first MTB!
I think I still have some stock linkage plates and a mech hanger + possibly pivot pins if you want them safreek.
Mine died after a shuttle Day at Long Gully. Massive crack in the monocoque between the BB and linkage pivot!
Also, your shockie looks much bigger than mine, any idea what size you were running
 

kip01

Likes Dirt
Definitely avanti moto they have more square shaped seat tube off the main frame norcos where more oval. same shit end of day made in Taiwan by kinesis I believe I have about 5 or 6 off these in my collection and plenty of spare linkages and rear stays. Early racelines where made in the same factory and had identical rear ends
 

moorey

Ask me about Piriformis syndrome
Definitely avanti moto they have more square shaped seat tube off the main frame norcos where more oval. same shit end of day made in Taiwan by kinesis I believe I have about 5 or 6 off these in my collection and plenty of spare linkages and rear stays. Early racelines where made in the same factory and had identical rear ends
Raceline was part of Avanti anyway.

Edit. Apollo, not Avanti. Raceline was the fancy version of the brand.
 
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