2003 Supercross NoMoreA 24
Nomura Replica Zeronine prototype forks (1 of 3 made) Powerbend bars Chris King head set Tuff Neck AME Tri grips Alex aluminum wheels NOS OS Bullseye l/f flip-flop hubs Kenda tires KMC Z-Cha
The NoMoreA project was the brain child of Bill Ryan at Supercross BMX. Having completed the limited run of Azusa frames for Todd Britton, there was still an expressed demand for more frames. Since the tooling was already paid for, and sitting idle, why not modify it slightly and offer a frame based on another highly sought after scoot of the day ...the Nomura. This was a logical concept considering the original Nomura's were nothing more than a beefed up JMC DY made of alloy instead of chromoly. All that was basically needed to pull off the project was finding 3" rounded box tubung and making slight adjustments to the tooling ...and of course ...a group of buyers. The second part is another story, but Bill forged ahead and created a short run, in three sizes, of the most well crafted, beautifully welded, looptail aluminum creations the BMX world has ever witnessed. Since these frames were Nomura replicas, and because there were going to be No More Azusa's built, the name NoMoreA was a keeper. As with all of Bill's creations, this bike was built to race and not collect dust as a conversation piece. However, if you are lucky enough to have one of these beauties in your posession, it would probably bring a tear to your eye to build one up and race it. Only twenty-five 20" frames, twenty-five 24" frames, and a handful of 26" frames were built.
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