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#1 2009-10-30 3:48pm

bluetoad47
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From: Gold Coast Australia
Registered: 2009-10-12
Posts: 15
Bikes: 11

1975 Crossrider Monoshock

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1975 Crossrider Monoshock

tihs is not the best looking bike

This bike i don't rember form back in the day.  I got it to use as spare parts for my Yamaha moto-bike as the forks and more to the point the fork boots look like the yamaha ones. But now that I own it I think I may rebuild it as well, that will then give me 3 diffrent suspension BMX bikes that were sold in Australia. again if anyone has any info I would like to find out more about this bike.


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#2 2009-12-10 2:25am

elguapo
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Registered: 2009-08-11
Posts: 28

Re: 1975 Crossrider Monoshock

dude this bike is unqiue where did u get it? ive got two repco monoshoks my self.

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#3 2010-03-07 6:03am

alberteau
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Registered: 2010-03-07
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Re: 1975 Crossrider Monoshock

I bought mine in 1980 from the trading post.  It was in pretty good nick then.  It had yellow mudguards, and yellow pads on the handle bars and frame with crossrider written in blue.  Think there was one on the stem too.  My mates had Repcos, a million times lighter than the Crossrider.

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#4 2010-04-07 2:21am

bmx351xs
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From: Australia
Registered: 2009-12-25
Posts: 602

Re: 1975 Crossrider Monoshock

I have one complete Made by actuall crossrider that made the comet and the crossrider pro Very nice these are as they are like bmx with the added monshock not your regular monshock I will post you a pick one day.

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