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2000 Redline Double X

#1 2008-04-13 7:31am

Anacortes40
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2000 Redline Double X

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2000 Redline Double X

Redline Double x Camo Son uses it for a jumping bike, I do believe thats what its for!

Bought the frame at a junk store and went from there, a mix of old and new, not familiar with the double x at all.


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#2 2011-08-26 5:12pm

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Re: 2000 Redline Double X

Very rare bike needs to be kept the way it is. great bikes.

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#3 2011-08-26 5:15pm

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Re: 2000 Redline Double X

zrider6 wrote:

Very rare bike needs to be kept the way it is. great bikes.

These are Rare????

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#4 2011-08-27 6:42am

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Re: 2000 Redline Double X

Yes the Camo editions I believe are very rare to find in prestine condition like that. Especially the 99-01. Not extremely rare but rare enough. The triple X was even more hardcore. They were just built crazy redline was a BMX company and they came out with this very hardcore tough bike, I have never heard any thing bad about it either or anyone breaking one. I actually stomped on mine when I was a kid and TRIED To crack my bottom bracket with a sludge hammer, yeah pretty dumb, it didnt break though.

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#5 2017-05-11 12:06pm

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Re: 2000 Redline Double X

do you still have the bike

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