1986 Raleigh Reflex Pro
Race enters the world of Freestyle design
This garage kept 1986 Raleigh Reflex is bone stock original and in excellent condition. Minus the wheel covers and frame stripe decals it is all there, just like it was in the 1986 BMX Action Mag feature with Chris Moeller doing the test driving. An excellent specimen of the 1980's with excellent components and super light; this rig rests half-way between the BMX track racing frenzy of the 1980's and the emerging freestyle scene that was spreading across the country in 86.
Frame and Fork: Cromo with original paint and decals and in excellent condition.
Bars: Chromo CW Style bars
Grips: Li Chi ODI Style Lavender and White
Stem: Purple Redline Forklifter style stem front mount with six bolts
Brake Levers: Dia-Compe MX
Brakes: Dia-Compe MX Purple in back and Gray in Front (Factory) with red housing.
Cranks: Cromo White
Sprocket: Two Piece White and Red
Pedals: KKT White
Chain: KMC Lavender and Nickel (factory)
Wheels: Very nice Sumo Alloy White shiny side rims laced to white powdered hubs (16T freewheel)
Tires: CST comp III style (back is balding and front is yellowed)
Seat: Purple Dominator with OG guts
Seatpost: Drain pipe with very good chrome (has a eraser sized blem on pipe mid way down)
Seat Post Clamp: Suntour style
Submitted by Jayrev67