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#4826 2016-04-16 2:24am

pknzer
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Re: New Zealand

scored this the other day ,serial # m6 h0005. just has a cracked seat tho.
http://i923.photobucket.com/albums/ad79/pknzer/IMG_20160409_162739_zps5cfnmhix.jpg


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#4827 2016-04-16 3:30am

Northland_Rider
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Re: New Zealand

Very cool, they're still out there huh!

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#4828 2016-05-19 7:54pm

DEAD
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From: Auckland, NZ
Registered: 2012-06-13
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Re: New Zealand

Would anyone here be interested in buying a Phase 2 off me?


http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/phase_2/

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#4829 2016-05-23 6:06pm

69GT
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From: Christchurch, New Zealand
Registered: 2010-07-16
Posts: 184
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Re: New Zealand

DEAD wrote:

Would anyone here be interested in buying a Phase 2 off me?


http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/phase_2/

Pictures and price?


" Life may be a zoo, but I'd rather not be caged"

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#4830 2016-05-24 6:50am

DEAD
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From: Auckland, NZ
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Re: New Zealand

69GT wrote:

DEAD wrote:

Would anyone here be interested in buying a Phase 2 off me?


http://bmxmuseum.com/bikes/phase_2/

Pictures and price?

I'll try to remember to take some photos this weekend. It's a '86/'87 Phase 2 Titan. I donno how many are in NZ, this is the only one I've seen, I just know they're rare.

Donno about a price really, kinda keen to hear offers.

Now that I'm looking at it again I'm feeling attached again. hmm

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#4831 2016-06-08 12:47am

Northland_Rider
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Re: New Zealand

pknzer wrote:

scored this the other day ,serial # m6 h0005. just has a cracked seat tho.
http://i923.photobucket.com/albums/ad79 … fnmhix.jpg

What are your plans for this one?

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#4832 2016-06-08 12:36pm

zsirosgazsi
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Registered: 2016-06-08
Posts: 2

Re: New Zealand

Hi every one
Do you like the video.This is my first bmx video What you think about, please write me! big_smile

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#4833 2016-08-26 7:25pm

snakebelly
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From: New Zealand
Registered: 2008-06-03
Posts: 282
Bikes: 18

Re: New Zealand

Does anybody have any 1980s frame and fork for sale ??

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#4834 2016-10-31 12:00am

RebelWheels
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Registered: 2011-04-16
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Re: New Zealand

Just got myself a HMX 500 and single gusset HMX 600 to start again after having got out for a couplr of years. The 600 is amazingly original and no cracks even has original grips and black tuffs but no pads. The 500 is pretty good as well but has not got the original wheels it has some z rims or similar in faded yellow so does anyone have a set of 500 wheels for sale. A bit of a long shot I know but you never know, also have a 500/600 frame and bars  both been stripped. Bare frame but does have a stem if anyone is looking for one, twin gusset.

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#4835 2016-11-05 12:49am

Northland_Rider
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Re: New Zealand

Does anyone out there know much about the Healing made Redlines? Were they the MXII/MXIII frames (Shorter) or were they the true MXIII frames?

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#4836 2017-02-16 10:58pm

pkripper68bmx
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From: Victoria , Australia
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Re: New Zealand

zsirosgazsi wrote:

Hi every one
Do you like the video.This is my first bmx video What you think about, please write me! big_smile

cool

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#4837 2017-02-18 4:40pm

mcam
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From: New Zealand
Registered: 2006-02-11
Posts: 1722

Re: New Zealand

Northland_Rider wrote:

Does anyone out there know much about the Healing made Redlines? Were they the MXII/MXIII frames (Shorter) or were they the true MXIII frames?

They were exactly the same geometry.

As far as I know, just the serial number/stampings were different.


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I'm still learning more every day !
And are more than happy for what old school bikes and parts I own ."
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#4838 2017-02-23 1:43am

bmx_nz
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Re: New Zealand

Hey guys, new BMX owner here saying 'hi' from the Tron !

I need help to ID a bike I pulled out the recycle shop at the dump today - I bought it as a fixer upper to work on with my son. It seems to be a GT and the decals all say Performer Pro on them. Thing is, I can't find any Performer Pro frames that look like this one. It has GT stamped into the rear dropouts, but the serial number under the bottom bracket doesn't seem to match with anything GT-related. Can anyone help me work out what this bike is please ?

https://c1.staticflickr.com/1/263/32219292304_e3b31740c5_k.jpgIMG_0004 by Justin Robert Bailey, on Flickr

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#4839 2017-02-23 3:27am

PaulK
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From: Australia
Registered: 2007-07-31
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Re: New Zealand

Northland_Rider wrote:

Does anyone out there know much about the Healing made Redlines? Were they the MXII/MXIII frames (Shorter) or were they the true MXIII frames?

There may be a couple of different iterations of the Healing built frames; here's one that I've got that got "HT" for Healing Technology stamped under the <REDLINE> stamp under the bottom bracket, but I've heard of a couple of other variations of the serial number stamping.

I know some riders that had these frames, and got off them pretty quick saying "the angles aren't right" or "it's not the same as my other Redline". For reference, here's some shots of my Healing Redline next to a Double Gusset HMX500. They're pretty much identical - same top tube length, same head angle, same seat angle. Without trying to start any arguments, from my observation, they look like they were welded up on the same frame building fixtures.

http://i1064.photobucket.com/albums/u369/pk4130/Frames%20top_zpsomdyxbgq.jpg

http://i1064.photobucket.com/albums/u369/pk4130/Frames20Head20Angle_zpsvr0aeivr.jpg

http://i1064.photobucket.com/albums/u369/pk4130/Frames%20Seat%20Angle_zpsr3ayzpqu.jpg

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#4840 2017-02-23 3:37am

PaulK
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Re: New Zealand

"I need help to ID a bike I pulled out the recycle shop at the dump today - I bought it as a fixer upper to work on with my son. It seems to be a GT and the decals all say Performer Pro on them. Thing is, I can't find any Performer Pro frames that look like this one. It has GT stamped into the rear dropouts, but the serial number under the bottom bracket doesn't seem to match with anything GT-related. Can anyone help me work out what this bike is please ?"

That looks like it's a Trek Subvert 2.0

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#4841 2017-04-18 10:32pm

Lancaster
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From: Hong Kong
Registered: 2016-06-24
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Re: New Zealand

Kia ora, I recently picked up a Healing Mini-max (mostly) on Trademe for my son. Can anyone pls help with parts/restoration advice?
Thx
http://i1146.photobucket.com/albums/o540/cgc0072/533288149%20copy_zps74x5uyhq.jpg


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#4842 2017-04-18 10:34pm

Crisp87
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From: New Zealand
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Re: New Zealand

cool

Last edited by Crisp87 (2017-07-14 7:24pm)


WTB: profile seat post and gyrolite hubs
Wtb national pro straight seat post
WTB: pro neck inverted stem
I have a US shipping address

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#4843 2017-04-19 1:41am

Lancaster
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Re: New Zealand

Thanks mate. I'll check that out.
I'm guessing you are a kiwi in the US? Wow what a goldmine for BMX bikes/parts!
It's very lean in Hong Kong, so I have to rely on postage or visits back home.


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#4844 2017-04-19 1:43am

Crisp87
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Re: New Zealand

Hi no I'm a kiwi in Auckland


WTB: profile seat post and gyrolite hubs
Wtb national pro straight seat post
WTB: pro neck inverted stem
I have a US shipping address

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#4845 2017-04-19 1:46am

Lancaster
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Re: New Zealand

Cool, with a US shipping address....even better cool


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#4846 2017-04-19 1:47am

Crisp87
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Re: New Zealand

Ha ha yep, it's very usefull


WTB: profile seat post and gyrolite hubs
Wtb national pro straight seat post
WTB: pro neck inverted stem
I have a US shipping address

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#4847 2017-04-23 4:54pm

Pearce
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From: Wellington, New Zealand
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Re: New Zealand

DEAD - those Pantha pics are amazing, that bike looks fantastic! You've made me reconsider my whole Stud build... dammit!

Here's my 24" Supersport Harrier I just added to the museum. Those red Kool-Stop pads have already been taken off, I didn't realise just how quickly they'd mark the rims. Lesson learned.

http://i66.tinypic.com/28aj6dc.jpg

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#4848 2017-04-24 4:52am

pknzer
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Re: New Zealand

I got a Supersport a while ago and going to do it up over winter to look like the one a got stolen 30+ years ago. Just need a hutch spider to finish it off smile anyone know of one spare?. The paint is shot on this,  so is a good one for a repaint .http://i350.photobucket.com/albums/q417/Pknzer4130/Mobile%20Uploads/2017-04/IMG_20170424_230041_zpstalodcxq.jpg


Kia kaha - Stay Strong

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#4849 2017-04-24 7:03am

Lancaster
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From: Hong Kong
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Posts: 41
Bikes: 2

Re: New Zealand

Pearce wrote:

DEAD - those Pantha pics are amazing, that bike looks fantastic! You've made me reconsider my whole Stud build... dammit!

Here's my 24" Supersport Harrier I just added to the museum. Those red Kool-Stop pads have already been taken off, I didn't realise just how quickly they'd mark the rims. Lesson learned.

http://i66.tinypic.com/28aj6dc.jpg

Great looking bike. Nice photo!


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#4850 2017-06-17 3:17am

Kelz
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Re: New Zealand

Can any of you Kiwi's help with forks that'd look right on an early 80's 24" Pantha Assassin. I've recently picked up a frame and am building it as a tribute to the last bike I raced which was in the mid 80's. Until a couple of years ago I hadn't touched a BMX in about 20 years but felt the urge again so built this late 88 Goose with some 80's parts and some I thought looked OK on that era bike.
http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn217/kelzweld/BFD59B76-75CC-4ECA-ADCE-5443A2FE3E74.jpg
It felt a little short so I tried a mid 90's Free Agent 24" Ambush, then a new 26" OM Flyer. The OM's 22" top tube gave the room I want but I don't feel the passion for modern BMX's that I have for 80's ones. Two of those three bikes went to ex Mangere BMX club members which is where I raced out of so that was pretty cool. Maybe it was meant to be as a day after the last bike left I stumbled across the Assassin on Trademe advertised as a 20" Diamond Back.
http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn217/kelzweld/24914B48-AE6D-40D5-ADF9-D6970D5F5F7E.jpg
A 22" top tube early 80's frame that's the same as my last race bike. I couldn't not buy it. As you can see, it needs some lovin'. Now about those forks.....

Last edited by Kelz (2017-06-18 1:21am)


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