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#1 2015-02-15 10:14pm

weasel913
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1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

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1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

From what I understand, A&A only assembled 2,000 bikes. They were out of Redwood City, California.

Got this bike at an Estate sale then restored it. All original parts, even the Goodyear tires.


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#2 2015-02-15 10:43pm

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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

cool

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#3 2015-02-16 2:12am

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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

That's badass!  cool


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#4 2015-02-16 7:19am

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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

Cool!


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#5 2015-02-16 6:07pm

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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

this thing is so cool. some bikes remind me of stallions, this bike reminds me of a donkey. love it! cool

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#6 2015-02-17 8:24pm

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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

Love the Orange A&A's. Nice restoration.


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#7 2015-02-18 5:37pm

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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

70's RULE!smile


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#8 2015-10-26 1:14pm

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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

weasel913 wrote:

http://bmxmuseum.com//image/008b.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/014b.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/011b.jpg

1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

From what I understand, A&A only produced 2,000 bikes. They were out of Redwood City, California

Got this bike at an Estate sale then restored it. All original parts, even the Goodyear tires.


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

Partly true. A&A produced thousands of rigid frames. but only sold the suspension bikes (twin shocks and mono-shocks) as complete bicycles. About 2000 of them. All other models were sold as frame sets only.smile


When I find a part i need for something I am putting together and I have no trust as to weather the part is 30 years old or 30 days old and I'm being charged a price on par with the real genuine and true item. I not only have to question the logic of people with your mind set but the state of the whole hobby in general. That is more to the point why so many people that knew better just walked away. Because they stopped being "OLD" kids bikes and are just kids bikes. Where in all that does the bullshit really lay?

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#9 2015-11-02 10:37pm

weasel913
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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

Thanks for the added info. It's hard to find any info on this bike. Any idea on value?

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#10 2018-04-18 12:16pm

GL_Hywd
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Re: 1974 A&A Moto X Cycle

Great piece of early Bay Area BMX history. My real first BMX bike (they weren't cheap $150.-200. 1974). Then a Redline for Xmas 1975 and last a Champion for Xmas 1976. All three bought at the now gone Haward Cyclery. Still have my Champion, in the process of buying handlebars, seatpost. Lost them in the last 42 years. and more to get it riding again.
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