Linn Kastan and crew saw the need for the younger racers to enjoy Redline products.  The 20" was slimmed down to 16" allowing racers to have the strength and quality on the gnarly 70's tracks.  These were not promoted as the actual number made is not known but as of now less than 150 were made.


Hall of Fame racer David Clinton (Rick's Bike Shop, Kawasaki, Dirt Master, DG, Shimano/Diamondback, & Redline) was given this frame and fork from owner Linn Kastan.

VEHICLE
Frame– Redline nickel 16"
Fork– Redline nickel 16"
Stem– 1975 1st generation Redline double clamp, very rare
Bars– Redline deep V bar nickel, rare
Grips– NOS Oakley I's
Headset– NOS Tange
Front Hub– Campagnolo Record 28 hole with all original parts
Rear Hub - Bendix Red band coaster brake
Spokes– Double butted
Nipples– Brass
Rims– Araya 7b's first generation
Front Tire– NOS Cheng Shin 16 x 2.125
Rear Tire– NOS Cheng Shin 16 x 2.125
Chain ring– NOS Takagi with the original price still on it
Chain– Schwinn
Spider– Addicks 1st generation
Spider bolts– Takagi
Cranks– NOS Ashtabula 4.5"
Bottom Bracket– Schwinn
Pedals– NOS Union
Seat– Mesinger padded
Seat post– NOS Laguna solid alloy with original decal
Seat post clamp– Redline prototype didn't make it to production


Dialed-In - Jeff "JT" Tollefson

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