1982 Ironhorse Dirburner
im not the owner just wanted to show up one early build Ironhorse in this section here
The bike is manufactured by a now defunct company based in Kingston-upon-Hull called Kingston Leisure Products, hence the KLP on the sticker. Iron Horse was the brand name they They were the basic entry BMX available at the time. The bb was that high because they thought it would be better going round the berms... All the parts are the cheapest possible and most definitely of the poorest quality possible. The frame & forks are made by themselves, sprayed by themselves, but the forks were chromed by another local Hull company called Chromex. The mag wheels where known locally as 'matchsticks' and not any good at all, they would flex in the summer and snap and shatter in the cold!
Submitted by commander