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1993 Roadmaster Tribal Jonny Safari

1993 Roadmaster Tribal Jonny Safari

I paid 50x more than the guy who got his for $1, but this thing was super clean and obviously barely ridden from the local Goodwill...so what could I do?

COVID quarantine is somewhat is over and the Goodwill opened up, and I'm new to this BMX collecting thing so there was this thing staring at me for $50 and it was super clean. I haven't even take a cloth to it. I think its because whoever put it together put the handlebars backwards for the rims, but at least someone threw it in a garage where it got no rain because this thing is sweet. I still don't know who Jonny Safari is but whatever, this thing looks like Miami Vice come to life as a BMX bike. 


Lee Chee brakes, and the rest, I'm guessing whoever made the heaviest parts in 1993. 
Came with the lock and I'll figure it out or it'll stay until it's sold, if ever. 
Those handle bars are legit though and the stem looks like something cool. 

Everything is still there except the front reflector which broke off when someone turned the forks around, but chain-guard and all...RAD. All I know is "informer" and UB40's "Can't Help Falling in Love" came out in '93 so this thing has some street cred. 

"MFG BY R"
  • All-Around
  • Company: Roadmaster
  • Model: Tribal
  • Wheel Size: 20"
  • Headtube size: 1"
  • Details "MFG BY R" Forks are on backwards!! GAry