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Maximum (1981–1986)

Maximum BMX started as a project to build Larry Hess Jr. a frame that combined relatively high ground clearance (11 3/4 inches) with a low slung top tube.  They were welded up out of GT's Santa Anna factory, but the company was otherwise independent of GT.  A number of pro and expert racers including Scott McDaniel, Tinker Juarez and others who were factory sponsored along with many others who received Maximum co-sponsorships across the country.  The company created a 20 standard and extra long (as pictured), a 24 inch cruiser, a junior, bars, posts, jerseys and pants.  The XL received an additional 1/2 of top tube and a larger diameter bottom tube.

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