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#1 2005-06-01 9:55pm

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1982 Bridgestone MK-II

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1982 Bridgestone MK-II

bridgstone made bmx bikes for a short time in 80's
Yes, I have two of these bikes.

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#2 2006-01-05 8:32am

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

Wow, I never knew or forgot that Bridgestone made BMX bikes. They still make bikes here in Japan like low end Mountain bikes and shopping bikes with baskets on them, but no more BMX. That is a cool bike !!

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#3 2006-01-26 12:46pm

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

What year is the Bridgestone in the first pic, the one with the blue/white checkered padset? Serial number config? I think I may have just ID'd my '84 mystery bike!!!


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#4 2006-03-16 1:00pm

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Does anybody have more info on these bikes, specifically the one in the first pic???


-J


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#5 2007-05-20 5:55pm

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

It's been awhile. Thanks again, Gary for posting my Bridgestone. I need to send you some more updated pics. I've been playing with it and have changed to some more OG parts since the 2hip show.

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#6 2007-05-20 6:28pm

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

its-all-good wrote:

It's been awhile. Thanks again, Gary for posting my Bridgestone. I need to send you some more updated pics. I've been playing with it and have changed to some more OG parts since the 2hip show.

Looking good Rob. Make sure you post pics of the Panda and the Diamond Back and the Torker!  I still can`t believe your collection. big_smile

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#7 2010-03-13 1:08pm

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

Nice bike! My first real BMX bike in the early 80's was a Kabuki made by Bridgestone. Nice frame and fork, it just had some cheesey Kabuki face on the gussets and head tube. I won alot of races with that bike. Then I stepped up to my Kuwahara.

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#8 2014-10-01 10:21am

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

Is that seatpost bent? Or was it designed to be angled back like that?


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#9 2014-10-01 2:37pm

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Yes way bent.


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#10 2014-10-24 1:22am

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

cmc wrote:

Is that seatpost bent? Or was it designed to be angled back like that?

hah! less than a month later, I read the same bike post--and think exactly the same thing--THAT SEATPOST MUST BE BENT!!


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#11 2014-12-22 6:19am

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

Blue and chrome gets me every time. Fave.


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#12 2014-12-22 6:20am

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Re: 1982 Bridgestone MK-II

The fave button is not working.


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