You are not logged in.

1998 Dyno Slammer

#1 2008-02-11 3:10pm

oldtime
Member
Signed up: 2007-12-07
Posts: 69
Bikes: 10
Offline

1998 Dyno Slammer

http://bmxmuseum.com/image/img_1063.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/img_1064.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/img_1065.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/img_1066.jpg

1998 Dyno Slammer

(Trevor Meyer's bike)

actual bike trever meyer won the 98x games flatland with


http://bmxmuseum.com/img/view-bike-in-museum.gif

Last edited by oldtime (2008-02-12 12:30pm)

Offline

 

#2 2008-02-11 9:48pm

wds
Pro Member
From: St. Paul, MN
Signed up: 2007-09-20
Posts: 1802
Bikes: 13
For Sale: 1
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

Keep in mind Helmutt, Trevor's bike's weren't "off the line" - they were custom frames made w/ I believe a 21" tt as he's a lanky guy & like bigger bikes.
Oldtime - you got that from Jerry Severson, right?
-Bill

Offline

 

#3 2008-02-12 12:00am

DemonGT
Pro MemberDay-Glo Dynamo
From: Wisconsin
Signed up: 2006-08-08
Posts: 5892
Bikes: 37
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

thought trevor always rode slammers?


WTB: [b]1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs

Offline

 

#4 2008-02-12 9:00am

wds
Pro Member
From: St. Paul, MN
Signed up: 2007-09-20
Posts: 1802
Bikes: 13
For Sale: 1
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

I'll say this, based on the pic, I'm 100% certain oldtime got the frame from a guy I know (Jerry).
And if that is the case, it IS indeed one of Trevor's old frames.
-Bill

Offline

 

#5 2008-02-12 10:20am

bikerman11
Centurion Member
Signed up: 2007-05-31
Posts: 197
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

That bike was on ebay a bit ago.


Nothing at the moment.

Offline

 

#6 2008-02-12 12:16pm

oldtime
Member
Signed up: 2007-12-07
Posts: 69
Bikes: 10
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

i indeed bought it from jerry, thats how i know it was the real deal. I will admit i wasnt a big freestyle guy. i bought because  of the  back ground of this bike and to own a part of history.its not the same as factory, one thing i do know is  the welded it a little tougher.  so what should i put it under.

Offline

 

#7 2008-03-07 7:14pm

King of Pipeline
Museum Addict
From: Rochester, MN
Signed up: 2008-03-07
Posts: 1216
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

It's the real deal. I'm the one that bought it from Trevor, right out of the trunk of his car. I also bought the bars too. Really tall, special made bars. He gave me a deal, and he signed it. Why not. He rode this bike hard, as you can tell, it's been welded from all the tailwhip landings.

Offline

 

#8 2008-03-07 9:45pm

DemonGT
Pro MemberDay-Glo Dynamo
From: Wisconsin
Signed up: 2006-08-08
Posts: 5892
Bikes: 37
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

what ever happend to Trevor anyway? he still sponsored by someone? he was my fav rider back in the day...

id like to get my hands on that 97 slammer he rode for the xgames that was blue with a red overdrive sprocket

Last edited by DemonGT (2008-03-07 9:46pm)


WTB: [b]1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs

Offline

 

#9 2008-03-09 8:08am

King of Pipeline
Museum Addict
From: Rochester, MN
Signed up: 2008-03-07
Posts: 1216
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

Last I heard, he lives in some state like Vermont or something. Still rides of course, possibly does shows, he's still out there. I got video of him practicing this is some sick stuff. That dude is amazing.

Offline

 

#10 2008-03-09 11:43am

DemonGT
Pro MemberDay-Glo Dynamo
From: Wisconsin
Signed up: 2006-08-08
Posts: 5892
Bikes: 37
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

i wonder how meny bikes he got from GT.....


WTB: [b]1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs

Offline

 

#11 2008-03-19 8:37am

King of Pipeline
Museum Addict
From: Rochester, MN
Signed up: 2008-03-07
Posts: 1216
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

I had it on Ebay and there was alot of questions about it. It is a cool conversation piece. I was offered over $150.00 for it, but chose to keep in right here in my town. He pretty much rode the same back for a few years at a time. They are always pretty wore down. I remember him riding a blue bike and also a yellow one, while on GT..

Offline

 

#12 2008-03-19 10:52am

wds
Pro Member
From: St. Paul, MN
Signed up: 2007-09-20
Posts: 1802
Bikes: 13
For Sale: 1
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

Trevor must have been pretty hard on frames. I remember him seeing him on a custom GT Show that he was still riding post-GT. He had it set up fixed gear & the frame had a crack in it behind the BB shell from all the pressure he'd put through the drivetrain.
-Bill

Offline

 

#13 2008-03-19 11:30am

DemonGT
Pro MemberDay-Glo Dynamo
From: Wisconsin
Signed up: 2006-08-08
Posts: 5892
Bikes: 37
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d84/DemonGt/b898_1.jpg


WTB: [b]1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs

Offline

 

#14 2008-03-20 1:26pm

oldtime
Member
Signed up: 2007-12-07
Posts: 69
Bikes: 10
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

im going to build it up i think(not to ride) it would be cool to say he rode most of this  bike

Offline

 

#15 2008-04-06 2:44pm

King of Pipeline
Museum Addict
From: Rochester, MN
Signed up: 2008-03-07
Posts: 1216
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

I sold the handle bars on Ebay a few years back. They were huge and tall.. And extra beefy. when I put this frame on Ebay a few months ago, that same guy wrote me and wanted this frame... It would be cool to get those bars back..

Offline

 

#16 2008-07-08 3:15pm

4130_nasa
Centurion Member
From: Houston, TX
Signed up: 2008-07-08
Posts: 179
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

King of Pipeline wrote:

I sold the handle bars on Ebay a few years back. They were huge and tall.. And extra beefy. when I put this frame on Ebay a few months ago, that same guy wrote me and wanted this frame... It would be cool to get those bars back..

Hey Jerry,  yeah I still have those bars!  AND, the Video tape of Trevor riding, then signing the bike and bars on the back of your suv.  11 inch tall, seems like 30 inches wide, with 1 grips.  Amazing piece of work, I will try to take  pics of them this week and post.

Late, ®ich


I come here to look at bikes...

Offline

 

#17 2008-09-23 8:32am

King of Pipeline
Museum Addict
From: Rochester, MN
Signed up: 2008-03-07
Posts: 1216
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

Those bars were pretty amazing...

Offline

 

#18 2009-07-09 1:53am

justkaelin
Pro Member
From: Beavercreek, OH
Signed up: 2009-07-08
Posts: 802
Bikes: 9
For Sale: 1
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

incredible.. i am awe-struck!! this is so fascinating.. those bars would def. be shadowboxed on my wall if it were me.


[img]https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/31755/screen-shot-2020-10-07-at-9.29.01-pm5f7e6b8f8b.png[/img]

Offline

 

#19 2009-08-02 5:09pm

ANTDOG
Pro MemberSite Advocate!
From: EDISON NJ
Signed up: 2006-12-05
Posts: 11123
Bikes: 2
For Sale: 2
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

Will have to send trevor this link


If I Will Throw An Elbow To My Best Friend  In A Turn,what Makes You Think I Wont Do It To You????????????

Former National 29 35-40x  -NBL
2010 2011 Regional #3  NBL

2019 district 174 USABMX

Offline

 

#20 2009-08-04 7:40am

AJ
Centurion Member
From: Kimberley , South Africa
Signed up: 2009-07-11
Posts: 135
Offline

Re: 1998 Dyno Slammer

This is the bike that they reported in BMX Plus :" people say that flatlander's are hard on bikes, but Trevor had to have his frame welded to compete in the finals" or something like that--I could get the exact quote, if forced.

AJ

Offline

 

Board footer