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1995 Crisp Pro
 

1995 Crisp Pro

1 of 9 produced.  The frame was known for cracking around welds.  Very rare piece of Australian BMX history.

 

This bike has the following parts:

frame: CRISP Pro, 20" tt c to c

fork: CRISP, 1" threaded

bars: S&M Challenger series II

stem: DK XXL, 60mm

headset: FSA Orbit

grips: ATI Pistal

seat: Odyssey Svelt

seatpost: Generic

seat clamp: Campagnelo

cranks: GT, 180mm

bottom bracket: Profile w/ ti spindle

chainwheel: GT Overdrive, 44T

chain: KMC Superlite

chain tensioners: n/a

pedals: Crupi Square Pro

hubs: PMC w/ ti axle, 36h

rims: Sun Rhyno Lite, 1.75

freewheel: White Industries 16T

tyres: Tioga Comp III re-issue, 1.75/1.75

brake lever:

brakes:

cable:

padset:

Serial number:XL0895258

Total weight: kg / lbs

Frame Specs:

Original Retail: US$

Material: 4130 Chromoly

Top Tube Length: 20" c to c

Wheelbase:

Head Tube Length:

Head Tube Angle:

Seat Tube Angle:

Head Tube: 1 1/8

Bottom Bracket: American

Seat Post OD:

Frame Weight:

Fork Weight:

Colours: Alloy

Ridden By:

/>The saga continues and i can't wait to see the final episode.

Here is a copy of the email sent by my cousin to Brendan Arnold the other day trying to clarify some details:


G'day Brendan hows things? sorry to bother you but i have a cousin in QLD who is an old BMXer like us but now just collects old race bikes. i have spoken to him a couple of times about bikes i've had in the past and he is really keen to find out more info on the aluminium Chrisps' that you and i had for a while. do you have any info on how many were made, what sizes they came in, when they were made and if there are any still floating around? also would you happen to have a pic of one? any info you can share would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers Craig 


his reply:


Brendan Arnold 01 March at 12:00 
hey mate thy were made by a company called genesis bike in qld. they made road bikes and also made bikes for warwick stevenson. 6061 alloy but the heat treating wasnt done right. they were reall nice bikes but not tested enough. i believe they made 8 of them. The design came from raystanley who got the design from his sone scott.. they were really ahead of there time but not tested enough. they were expensive because they were linited edition. i think mine is still in my mums garage.. i think/

Brendan 

Submitted by primal

  • Race
  • Company: Crisp
  • Wheel Size: 20"
  • Toptube length: 20"
  • Headtube size: 1-1/8"