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Old 07-19-2005, 02:54 PM
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Brighton frames anyone??

Has anyone ever used or heard of the Brighton Frames/chops? they are out of Florida and produce full customs, but I just wanted to see if anyone had any experience with them. Similar to PMC with the spoon style frames.
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Old 07-19-2005, 03:46 PM
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Re: Brighton frames anyone??

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Has anyone ever used or heard of the Brighton Frames/chops? they are out of Florida and produce full customs, but I just wanted to see if anyone had any experience with them. Similar to PMC with the spoon style frames.
I just discovered them at the west palm beach bike show...they had a display that was awesome.......there drop seat 360 frame looked like it was 2" frame and massively long and low....and there trikes run two 300 series tires....they also seemed expensive but awesome looking stuff

http://www.brightonbikeworks.com/
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Yeah, I've seen the 360(the one with the springer frontend?) I haven't seen one in person, but pics on the net. How low do they sit? I'm wanting a low seat height.
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Yeah, I've seen the 360(the one with the springer frontend?) I haven't seen one in person, but pics on the net. How low do they sit? I'm wanting a low seat height.
yes its low low low with springer............and in my opinion the most awesome chopper frame i have seen ......long stretched out raked......has that ruggedness of the bourget frames but not the bourget look
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We have built about 7 or 8 bikes on Brighton frames. We have built 330's and 360's. They are very nice frames and look very good as a complete bike. I can send pictures via email as I am new to this forum and don't know how to post a picture.
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I've been talking to a guy in FL. about building me the same 10 up/10 out springer, but in a 330. I just called him again to get the seat height. He says the seat height is 24" and the frame height is 5 1/2". All and all they seem like solid frames.
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C2C send the pics to lawman_97us@yahoo.com if you could.... Thanks!
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C2C is building my new ride on a 330 Brighton thats 1 up and 12 out. Haven't ridden it yet, but looks great. I really like the way they hide the oil tank. If you want a hardtail, you can't go wrong with the Brighton
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RMD? What's their website? I realize with the 330 you're kinda limited on what wheels you can get.
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Look at the Grandeur website...the penthouse bike with the turbo on it is a modified Brighton frame
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RMD Billet is listed om CC near the bottom of the forum page. Great looking wheels, pricey, and I'm on the verge on posting a consumer alert because it has gone from bad to absurd.
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