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#1 2017-04-19 10:06pm

Stylie B
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1984 Pit 21 Rocking Rocker

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1984 Pit 21 Rocking Rocker

Taiwanese "BMX bike"???

Honestly, I don't know what it is! I just see them around Taiwan, mostly parked in front of houses to prevent people from parking there, and occasionally under a grandma out on errands!!! I finally picked one out of the gutter, rusted af and took it home!
Most interesting are the wheels which actually adjust to either be centered or off-centered, hence the name "Rocking Rocker", and the skateboard-like top tube cover. I guess the wheels roll like googly eyes or something; I haven't tested it, so I don't know!!! I just wanted to take pics and add them to the museum because I think this was a Taiwanese company's foray into "freestyle" for the domestic market, as importing foreign would have been $. I think it's a piece of BMX history just for BMX influence alone.
The Chinese characters don't really mean anything, it's just a brand name that sounds like "pit".
I honestly guessed on the year; I have no idea!




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