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#1 2012-12-22 7:39am

BMXer 4 Life
From: Minnesota
Registered: 2008-12-30
Posts: 5899
Bikes: 1

What are your plans for 2013?

Planning on slimming the herd?
More Hoarding?
What do you plan to build?
Any shows you plan to go to?
What else?

I've got some initial ideas of what I'd like to do.

Year to year, I fluctuate between the idea of focusing on my Haro collection, and branching out with other brands..  2013, I've got the Haro bug.

I'll probably sell a few of my "off" brand bikes, and acquire these:

1984 Haro Sport (any gen)
1986-1987 Haro Group 1 RS1
1992 Haro Master

Now that my son is starting to ride a little more, I'm really thinking about building up a 22" S&M Holmes.  We'll see on that one.

Probably going to make a few trips:

Philly Ride
Society Show in CA

I'll also be visiting a few cities for work, so I'll be lookin to have some beers!

Boston - yeah buddy!
St Pete
New Orleans
San Fran

What do the rest of you have going on in 2013?



#2 2012-12-22 7:43am

Hutch Forever
Old Guy With a Hutch
From: Toronto, Canada
Registered: 2010-07-13
Posts: 2559
Bikes: 6

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

stop buying parts !!!

i think it have all the stuff i want lollollol  well for now...

                        JUST SOME OLD GUY WITH HUTCH STUFF...     

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#3 2012-12-22 7:46am

The Dark Knight
From: Gotham City, CA
Registered: 2009-04-28
Posts: 1183
Bikes: 3

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Riding more.

I said it last year but I really mean it this year. lol

Don't mind me. I'm just here to look at pictures.



#4 2012-12-22 7:52am

Pro Member
From: MN
Registered: 2008-08-09
Posts: 2066
Bikes: 2

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Since I got some experience riding the skate park with my eastern, my goal this next year is to learn how they did it back in the day with old school bikes. I built a rider condition 85 sport for just this purpose. I hope I don't hurt it too bad, or me for that matter! Going to use the skyway mags as well.  cool



#5 2012-12-22 7:56am

Pro MemberBanned
From: Texas
Registered: 2009-05-18
Posts: 7700
Bikes: 13

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

buy more mongoose stuff.  I like to put together a candy blue team mongoose this year.  cool  If i get it done, i ll do a red one same way



#6 2012-12-22 8:01am

Pro Member
From: West Chester/Philly, PA
Registered: 2008-01-09
Posts: 1204
Bikes: 19
For Sale: 1

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Ride a minimum of 3X weekly, not buy any more bikes or parts.

Looking for AC 180mm or Profile box drive side crank arm chrome.



#7 2012-12-22 8:12am

Museum Addict
Registered: 2006-11-16
Posts: 3263
Bikes: 78

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Buy more Bikes , Sell more Bikes and enjoy the Hell out of it.

____HIGH til I DiE ____



#8 2012-12-22 8:16am

Pro MemberMike Hunt
From: Nashville, TN
Registered: 2009-03-09
Posts: 15815

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Hope to finish my 2 current projects. Ride more. Work starts in Australia in 2013. As always, more and more travel.

DG*Red Line*Jag*Mongoose*SE*Patterson*We The People*CW


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#9 2012-12-22 8:16am

Pro MemberProfile Ultimate Pro
From: NJersey
Registered: 2008-01-27
Posts: 11597
Bikes: 4

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

About done building scoots-maybe 2 more unless I find something really cool.  Will still look for hard to find Profile stuff but that's it-will move onto my other hobbies.  Time to start the train layout and do other things.

DON'T be a whining, nit picking, bawling, stalking, sticker nerd.....its not pretty man.



#10 2012-12-22 8:17am

Museum Addict
From: Texas
Registered: 2007-08-13
Posts: 1680
Bikes: 3

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

I plan to finish my Skyway TA 24 and ride it.

As well as another 5,000+ miles on my road and mountain bikes smile



#11 2012-12-22 8:28am

Cb Lee
Pro Member
From: Omaha/CB
Registered: 2008-11-06
Posts: 1936
Bikes: 18
For Sale: 1

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Sell a majority of my bmx collection. Keep a few to ride.  Finish off my '56 F-100 truck and start on a '65 vette that I recently aquired.



#12 2012-12-22 8:30am

Centurion Member
From: Shady Shores, TX
Registered: 2012-03-01
Posts: 201
Bikes: 9

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Definetly ride more, I've got 4 GT Performers that I want to build, '87, '88, '91, and '08, if I get 2 done this year I'll be very happy,  this year I became a dad, so sleep and in turn riding and building time was in short supply.



#13 2012-12-22 8:32am

Pro MemberPsycho Silence
From: Belgium
Registered: 2008-12-25
Posts: 13687
Bikes: 36

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

i wanna loose some weight around my belly, my jeans don’t fit me, and i am not gonna buy new lollol

WTB: * NOS Oakley F1 grips black/yellow * KKT FMX/LMX Pedals * Skyway Tuff Graphite pedals/cages * NOS Oakley 2 red right side only * NOS Oakley 1 red left side only * NOS chrome KKT FMX left side pedal 9/16



#14 2012-12-22 8:51am

Pro Member
From: Port Coquitlam BC
Registered: 2012-04-23
Posts: 664
Bikes: 4

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Ride more, spend less, work a little more now that I scored a long term job $. Hope to get my son out to the track also to watch with hopes he will want to participate.

Shiny side 7x wanted in black with good looseball hubs
Maxy Cross Cranks Wanted
Kuwaharas found



#15 2012-12-22 8:53am

From: Winslow Az
Registered: 2012-12-14
Posts: 31

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Gonna do my first build, an 88 performer. Wishing my 87 performer I had BITD had never gotten stolen,  I miss the hell outta that bike!! big_smile

It's Only Glass, and Tint, They WILL Make More of Both!
Ride it like you have pride in it!!!



#16 2012-12-22 9:00am

general hustler
Pro Member"GHramps"
From: Location,Location,Location!
Registered: 2011-02-05
Posts: 5384
Bikes: 12

Re: What are your plans for 2013?


This just in: Drinking water supply has been compromised. Symptoms include acting irrational and disrespectful when discussing race, religion, and politics. Many impacted.




#17 2012-12-22 9:04am

Pro Member
From: Utah, USA
Registered: 2011-03-09
Posts: 662
Bikes: 1
For Sale: 14

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Always setting a goal to ride more. Winter here really slows me down too near the mountains.

Been thinking about opening a little bike shop in the city. Since I live near the mountains, we get a lot of bmx, road, and mtn/all terrain bikes.

Who knows. Josh

{{\WTB/ 1998 Schwinn Torqueflite in White. 1997-1999 Schwinn El Jefe f/f Raw/}}



#18 2012-12-22 9:05am

From: Roanoke, VA
Registered: 2012-02-12
Posts: 511
Bikes: 3

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Finish up my 2010 Quad the way I want it. It has been my main rider but instead of just riding it and building on my other bikes I keep upgrading it and trying to build my other bikes...not good chip lol

Complete my Skyway 24

Start on my 1995 Redline PL24 project. Going to retro it like my 1984 Pro-Styler that I had BITD...should be fun

Old School BMX bike collecting is a hobby and New School Retro BMX bike riding is a hobby. Respect the part of the hobby I enjoy and I'll promise to respect and even compliment the part of the hobby you enjoy. Disrespect what I like and I'll disrespect you...simple enough right?



#19 2012-12-22 9:20am

"She Loves My 24inches"
From: Blythe, CA
Registered: 2012-01-07
Posts: 3023
Bikes: 4

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

my youngest brother and I cleaned up a small shop at his new house in the and we'll be doing our bike builds. bmx and continuing my side business of building beach cruisers. lol or 24" and up

09 Haro pro 24 and 96 group1 ci 24 projects commenced

Looking for a cheap black 25.4mm 200 to 300mm pivotal. Real tight on money




#20 2012-12-22 9:41am

Pro Member
From: Essex, England
Registered: 2011-02-12
Posts: 324

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Find a decent frameset for these badboys...

...and finish of my F20.


'76 R&R Superlight - '79 Team Murray 330 - '80 Team Murray 330
  '80 Champion 20inch - '95 Hawk F20 - '13 Premium Solo Plus



#21 2012-12-22 9:57am

Pro MemberKuwahara Freestyler
From: Colorado
Registered: 2009-04-30
Posts: 5675
Bikes: 7

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Hoping to pull a couple kuwas out of my junk pile and get them om the road again!

Well if you still don't believe you best get up and leave
Do what you must do, but this ain't the place for you

Kuwahara, its the best!!

When I'm dead, i'll stop riding bikes.



#22 2012-12-22 10:02am

1979 Diamondback
"El Presidente"
From: Lawrence, KS
Registered: 2008-07-02
Posts: 1552
Bikes: 22

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

In 2013 I'm going to be hitting quite a few USA BMX Nationals, and keeping the bikes dialed for the Midwest Gunslingers bike shop team and trophy team.  I want to finish my 78 Powerlite 26".  Things I need (want) to buy are a Park Tool euro bottom bracket chasing and facing tool, headtube reaming and facing tool, and a nice bearing press for hubs.  Those 3 tools will cost me about $800.00.  I will be a mobile BMX repair shop at that point.

"We want to be free! We want to be free to do what we want to do! We want to be free to ride. And we want to be free to ride our machines without being hassled by The Man. And we want to get loaded." -Peter Fonda, Wild Angels 1966



#23 2012-12-22 10:05am

Pro Member
From: Berkley, MI
Registered: 2012-09-01
Posts: 2035
Bikes: 7

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

I plan on doing a lot of riding on my new skyway. Gotta work off all those beer calories I put on over the winter hibernation.



#24 2012-12-22 10:06am

Team Edge RC
Pro Member
From: Florida
Registered: 2011-06-10
Posts: 1014

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Still collect and flatland even harder for 2013!  And lastly,  to finally ride out of a hurricane smoothly and flow into another trick. 


Your only as old as you think you are



#25 2012-12-22 10:14am

Pro Member27 & Counting...
From: Gotham City
Registered: 2010-05-22
Posts: 2096
Bikes: 3

Re: What are your plans for 2013?

Finally make a vancouver ride!
Get down to Portland and check out the Lumberyard.
Meet up with 6s135 a few times for trades and good times.
And Finish some of these projects.

Oh yeah! Get my halfpipe put together so my wife will stop complaining about my piles of lumber!

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