Fat City Cycles Frame Registry

wondermoose

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Frame type (Yo!, Wicked, etc.): Wicked Lite
Frame number: WL19041
Year of manufacture: 1994
Frame size: 19.5
Color (original and repainted, if applicable): Blue-to-silver fade
Location (city, state, country): NY
Photo, if possible:
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ColorCycle

New member
First post - my Wicked

Frame type - Wicked
Frame number: 871283
Year of manufacture: 1987
Frame size: 18
Color - originally blue powder coat with yellow fork
Location - New Jersey

I will post more photos and information soon in the rides section if anyone is interested.

Dave
 

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Stingercut

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Frame type - Wicked
Frame number: 871283
Year of manufacture: 1987
Frame size: 18
Color - originally blue powder coat with yellow fork
Location - New Jersey

I will post more photos and information soon in the rides section if anyone is interested.

Dave

Love this paint :cool::beer: Who repainted it ? More pics please :beer:
 

StarTREK

New member
Shock a Billy ´96

Frame type: Shock a Billy
Serial number: SB M 033
Year of manufacture : 1.996
Frame Size : M
Paint color : Chameleon Metallica (originally)
Location: Toledo
 

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1993 Wicked Lite

Frame type: Wicked Lite
Frame number: 178W38
Year of manufacture: 1993
Frame size: 18"
Color: Teal
Location: Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
Owner name: Paul
Photo, if possible:
 

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bkallgren

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wicked fat chance

I just got a wicked fat chance at an auction for $20 its black with yellow fork deore deraileurs and biopace chainrings. Brakes are catilevers front and back, araya rm-20 rims with deore hubs. It has the american flag at the top of the seat tube. Serial # is 00818w. Can anyone tell me what year it was made? Thanks Brian
 

colker

Active member
I'm looking to determine the year my Wicked Lite was manufactured? Can anyone help?

Frame type: Wicked Lite
Frame number: 11668W
Year of manufacture: ??
Frame size: 19.5
Color: Original Black paint with yellow lettering
Location (city, state, country): Durango, Colorado
Owner name: Mike
Photo:


It´s a wicked. Not a wicked lite.
 

redfern.racing

New member
1991 Yo! Eddy

Frame type (Yo!, Wicked, etc.): Yo! Eddy
Frame number: 1066Y1S
Year of manufacture: 1991, fairly certain
Frame size: Small
Color (original and repainted, if applicable): Original? Not sure, but fork was originally black. Repainted gloss black by previous owner.
Location (city, state, country): Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Owner name: Lee Redfern

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T-Steve

New member
2017 update for 809W01

After riding my full suspension bike for awhile, I went back to using my Wicked for everything except rough trails. Here's some pictures (attached).

Frame type: Wicked
Frame number: 809W01
Year of manufacture: 1991ish
Frame size: 19ish
Color: Metallic blue - dark but not so dark
Location: Originally purchased Salt Lake City, UT but now in Oregon
Owner name: Steve

I bought this frame new in the early 90s and built it with all XT, King headset, etc. I recall having the bike called "old" in about 1995 when I had just ridden to the top of the Snowbird (UT) tram. It's still going good, sometimes commuting, sometimes trail riding. ONLY NOW have I even considered getting a FS bike for off road.

Will post some pics and the build card soon. Original paint and decals are intact (but have taken a beating).
 

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sleepsintwobags

New member
Slim Chance and Yo! Eddy

Slim Chance
080S24
Year: 1992?
Size: 54 cm
Color: Dark blue, not sure what they called it

Yo! Eddy
155Y3M
Year: 1993
Size: M
Color: Teal, soon to be lavender
 

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calord

New member
1985 Fat Chance: Original Owner

Frame type: Fat Chance
Frame Number: 85465
Year of Manufacture: 1985
Frame Size: 20.5" seat tube
Color: Original red with black fork
Location: Boulder, CO
Owner: I am original owner. Ordered Aug 1985 from Ron Andrews at Fat City. All Tange Prestige MTB double butted. Tange Prestige Dbl Butted fork by Fat City. Cook Bros 176mm cranksShimano Deore XT 7 spd with XT click thumb shifters. Rims: Ritchey Comp Vantage presta 415 gms.
 

Bucky

New member
Update with full picture...

Frame type: Buck Shaver
Frame number: FE-SF22
(There's a rumour, that Chris welded it quickly for a family member/friend or so, because besides the strange frame number the geometry of the frame is a mix of a size S and size XS and a non existing size ;))
Year of manufacture: 1994
Frame size: S
Color: lime green (original)
Location: Germany/Berlin

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Frame type: Wicked
Frame number: 02918 (thick paint, badly readable)
Year of manufacture: 1989
Frame size: 18
Color: hot pink with black polka dots (original)
Location: Germany/Berlin

Picture:
 

colker

Active member
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Frame type: Wicked
Frame number: 02918 (thick paint, badly readable)
Year of manufacture: 1989
Frame size: 18
Color: hot pink with black polka dots (original)
Location: Germany/Berlin

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This looks smaller than an 18in.
 

fawndog

New member
I just found one on ebay, shame the fork is gone.

Frame type: Yo Eddy
Frame number: YOM1097
Year of manufacture: 1996 ?
Frame size: M
Color: Sunburst Fade
Location: Oakland, CA
Owner name: Sonny

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I think it reads YO M 1097, any ideas on year and that paint scheme ?
What's the purpose of the studs on the chain stay?
 
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