Aussie made bike.
I wish I owned this very nice example of a Maxxim frame & fork.
The MAXXIM company was Australian owned and they manufactured frames and forks out of a small shed in the suburb of Redcliffe, Queensland up until (to the best of my knowledge) the late 1990's. The company was sold off and after that it is unknown as to what happened.
A popular bike among BMX racers along the east coast of Australia. Maxxim also had sponsored riders and their own pro team.
Re: 1995 Maxxim
Hey Guys, Reading your comments is taking me down memory lane. I lived in Redcliffe, Qld and visited the Maxxim shed on a regular basis - I even worked for them for a week over the school holidays with the manager and his girlfriend. I helped them stencil t-shirts and number plates and put trophies together. It was good fun and they were nice people. I remember my payment was a proXL frame and forks - serial number MAX214. I loved the bike and I can still remember some of the accessories - redline flight cranks, DK gooseneck, revcore hubs, arraya (??) rims. I am not sure but I think they may have teamed up with another supplier to make their handlebars - I think it might have been "Fusion"? Does anyone know the answer to this? It's a brain strain - but I am pretty sure that they teamed up with Fusion. I also raced the bike actively all around south-east Qld between the years of 1987 and 1991. I think my mum may have kept my old racing Maxxim racing suit - I will have to check with her - but I sold the bike (silly me) in 1991 - got my car licence and all of a sudden bikes seemed too slow. I would love to hear some comments back!