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#1 2006-01-27 7:03pm

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1976 Race Inc. RA-8

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1976 Race Inc. RA-8

Looks to be a race inc, with FMF decals? They have a hole in the gusset indicating they are FMF


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#2 2006-01-31 10:55pm

The Goose
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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

Was this bike for Jumping or just taking it on the track?   I remember my friend had a standard, frame and fork,   and it lasted quite a while off the cenderblock and ply woold jumps that we made.

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#3 2007-01-03 4:36am

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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

AWESOME! Just plain awesome. - pkr


"BMXer! BMXer!"

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#4 2007-01-03 4:39am

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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

wow that's in nice shape.

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#5 2007-01-04 9:40am

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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

Man that frame is suuuuper rare. FMF made way less of that mini frame than the std pro frame. Notice that the front gussett doesn't have the std FMF hole in it. Weird....Very nice frame !!!


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#6 2007-05-24 7:59am

emptyshoe
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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

dude are fmf any good nowa days i wanna kno cuz ive nveer known anybody with one


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#7 2007-06-27 8:32am

stevencohen
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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

Check out my bikes.  I am riding a FMF Jr in one of my race photos.  One of the nicest frames I ever got to ride on.


I hate gettng old.

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#8 2008-05-18 6:44am

TylerBeenJamin
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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

emptyshoe wrote:

dude are fmf any good nowa days i wanna kno cuz ive nveer known anybody with one

Ya they are.


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#9 2009-07-16 11:32am

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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

nice one mate

what pars u puttin on it>?

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#10 2011-03-16 12:08am

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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

love those old school aluminum frames''''''''''


old school bmx

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#11 2012-02-18 2:58am

Johnswebs
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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

Looks like a 76 FMF not a 77. The 77 had a brake Bridge. I have a Blue 77 pro JR with the a welded brake bridge .I am repairing some brake ware rub
some crank ware.  Then I need to find the Right rims for it. Have some  1 3/8" Snakebellys in blue to go on it. I'll try taking a few pics as I build it and
send them Here. Then I'll post the complete Bike when finished.
John

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#12 2012-02-28 8:25pm

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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

I have this frame in good condition. Any idea what original parts go on it and where i can buy them?


Tommy

1976 FMF Jr. Pro restoration in progress

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#13 2012-10-14 1:21am

Leviathan
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Re: 1976 Race Inc. RA-8

Johnswebs wrote:

Looks like a 76 FMF not a 77. The 77 had a brake Bridge. I have a Blue 77 pro JR with the a welded brake bridge .I am repairing some brake ware rub
some crank ware.  Then I need to find the Right rims for it. Have some  1 3/8" Snakebellys in blue to go on it. I'll try taking a few pics as I build it and
send them Here. Then I'll post the complete Bike when finished.
John

Correct, it also looks like it was later powdercoated to a "red anodize" color at some point, it looks great. cool

Last edited by Leviathan (2012-10-14 1:31am)


Looking for: Rampar aluminum BMX Frame (looks like Race Inc. Jr), Race Inc. forks, Cycle Pro Foiler's, Spoiler's, Laguna GT's & FMF's in original finish. Needed: Shimano DX or PD pedals blue, IRC Snakebelly 1.75".

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