Being from Duluth Minnesota meant that I had to travel 150 miles to race on the weekends. In 1979 Team Tremco was born and had the hot Minnesota riders racing on Robinson frame and forks supporting the Green and white colors. Their presence on and off the track was known, even by this shy kid from up North.
1981 that turned into Team Rondo racing on Hutch frame & forks with Jack Doherty handling the promotions of the team.
By late 1982 Jack started Tahoe since he liked the name of Chevy Tahoe trucks. The combination of the Robinson/Hutch frame & forks became the Tahoe. The tubular brace distinguished the Tahoe from the rest and the blue, white, and green color combination. The fork was as close as a Robinson that you could get as the frame & forks were made by TrackMaster.
By 1984 Jack decided to head to Phoenix and sold the company to the Taylor's from Indiana. They continued to make the Tahoe's but included a mini and newly designed 24" cruiser frame. These are distinguished by a hole in the rear dropouts vs. the solid Minnesota ones.
Frame - Tahoe
Fork - Tahoe
Stem - Cook Bros. Slantline
Bars - Cook Bros.
Grips - Oakley F1's
Brake lever - Team Products stamped
Caliper - Dia-Compe 890
Brake pads - Kool Stop finned
Headset - Tange MX-3
Rims - Araya 7C
Hubs - Bullseye
Spokes - D.T. 80-60 stainless spokes and alloy green nipples
Front Tire - Mitsobushi Competition III Yellow label 20 x 1.75
Rear Tire - Mitsobushi Competition II 20 x 1.75
Chain - Sedis
Chain ring - Redline Flight 43t
Cranks - Redline Flight non-pinch
Bottom Bracket - Hadley sealed
Pedals - KKT magnesium
Seat - Kashimax Aero
Seat post - Cook Bros. laid back
Seat post clamp - Suntour
Pad set - Tahoe
Jeff "JT" Tollefson
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