That cleland doesn't belong on such a lowly thread as this. It should be held aloft for us all to worship! I am SO jealous!
All Hail to the Venerable Cleland!
To be entrusted to restore this bike is indeed a great privilege. For me its not the owning of this Cleland that is important but that I can now help to ensure that it survives into the future. The remarkable thing about this bike is that it has been frozen in time since 1983. Since then there have been no new components and only the original saddle and mudguards are missing.
Since 1984, this bike has had a very low key existence. So posting it here should give it a nice and gentle reintroduction to the limelight. I will be starting a thread dedicated to this bike and its history. And when I do, I will post a link to that thread here.
9/16" Suntour BMX MP-1000 pedals / 56 tooth TA 6-bolt chainring.(I'm not bothered if the teeth are worn or damaged)